COUN-6722D/COUN-6722/COUN-6301S Week 5 Quiz


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Exam – Week 5 (25 out of 25 points)

  1. One of the views that Gestalt theory holds regarding the individual is that he or she is:
  2. A client tells the counselor that he is falling in love with the counselor. This is an example of:
  3. What is a realistic criticism of person-centered counseling or therapy?
  4. There are few specifics regarding actions for the new counselor or therapist.
  5. Individuals are seen by Adlerian counselors as wanting to contribute and cooperate for the betterment of self and others.
  6. Unique among theories, an existential approach provides:
  7. Alfred Adler was the first to notice that the development of children within families was heavily influenced by:
  8. Generally, the primary goals of Jungian analysis are:
  9. The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI), an assessment instrument developed by Katherine Briggs and Isabel Myers to differentiate personality types, is widely used today and based on the work of:
  10. The technique of free association:
  11. A.Uses intuition and linking, which leads to new personal insights and meanings
  12. Which of the following is not considered a necessary and sufficient condition for change in the person-centered framework?
  13. Adolescence is a time when existential issues:
  14. The three people credited for the development of Gestalt therapy are:
  15. Stage 1 (relationship development) of the helping process includes all but which of the following activities?
  16. If fixation occurs at the stage, the individual will have issues with dependency or aggression later in life, which may result in problems with an emphasis on oral stimulation, such as drinking, eating, smoking, or nail biting.
  17. The benefits of existential counseling are that it allows people to circumvent anxiety and escape thoughts of death and dying.
  18. Psychoanalytic theory suggests that behavior is largely determined by irrational forces, unconscious motivations, and biological or instinctual drive.
  19. An example of a theory that currently uses symbolic approaches as a basis for counseling is:
  20. A method in which the counselor or therapist leads the client through a number of questions to become aware of thoughts and distortions in thinking and to find and implement more adaptive replacements is called Socratic questioning.
  21. The phenomenological perspective describes the concept that all persons view the world in a similar manner.
  22. Which statement is true of the person-centered approach?
  23. According to Jung, one way in which the archetype is expressed is through:
  24. Change during Gestalt counseling comes about as clients become more aware of themselves through:
  25. Jung parted ways with Sigmund Freud over Freud’s emphasis on biological drives and sexual urges as prime human motivating factors.
  26. The concept of core conditions, as applied to the helping relationship, includes all but one of the following:
  27. One of the most attractive features of Gestalt theory is its attention to the holistic nature of humankind.
  28. Ask clients to focus on why they behaved in certain ways
  29. According to Jung, which of the following represents the integration of the conscious, personal unconscious, and collective unconscious in the individual?
  30. The most important factor in the therapeutic alliance is the:
  31. The organized, realistic part of the psyche that mediates and seeks a balance between the other two is known as the superego.
  32. People who respond to others by acting on the conditions of worth others place on them are most likely to lead productive, satisfying lives.
  33. Regarding psychotherapy outcome, research shows:
  34. A traditional technique in psychoanalysis that invites clients to relate whatever comes into their minds during the session without self-censorship is:
  35. Which of the following best describes those strategies used to add depth and enhance the relationship?
  36. Immediacy is the ability of the counselor or therapist to deal with the relationship between past and present behaviors of the client.
  37. According to Carl Jung, the process that allows a person to become more self-aware is called:
  38. Research on existential theory:
  39. Which of Adler’s four types of individuals cooperates and contributes to the social world?
  40. Which component of the personality is responsible for helping an individual cope with reality and preventing the individual from acting on his or her basic urges?
  41. The person-centered view of human nature:
  42. As a person becomes more congruent, which of the following change is most likely to be seen?
  43. According to Adler, what is social interest?
  44. From an existential point of view, which is not true?
  45. Which of the following is not a principle of Adler’s theory?
  46. According to person-centered theory, for counselors to be continuously believed and trusted by a client they must:
  47. According to Adler, which of the following is not one of the three life tasks?
  48. The defense mechanism of redirecting thoughts, feelings, and impulses from an object that gives rise to anxiety to a safer, more acceptable one is known as:
  49. Which of the following did Adler not stress?
  50. Awareness is the key to Gestalt therapy.