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- Narrative therapy has been found to be particularly effective with diverse client populations for all of the following reasons except:
- The solution-focused approach was originally designed as a brief model of psychotherapy.
- One of the major goals of reality therapy involves:
- Narrative therapists attempt to do all of the following except:
- The common factors approach to psychotherapy integration:
- A key theme of SFBT is, when you know what is working, do more of it. If something is not working, try something different.
- Modernists believe in the ability to describe objective reality accurately and assume that it can be observed and systematically known through the scientific method.
- Which of the following approaches contends that the nature of the human condition includes self-awareness, freedom of choice, responsibility, and anxiety as basic elements?
- The linguistic approach stresses the expert role of the therapist in suggesting solutions to a family’s problems.
- Techniques are more important to models that see the therapist-as-expert and in charge of making change happen. Collaborative approaches require:
- Narrative therapy is a strengths-based approach that emphasizes collaboration between client and therapist to help clients view themselves as empowered and living the way they want.
- There is a trend in the field of family therapy toward rejecting an integrative model of practice.
- We create, maintain, and live by often __________ that we hope will keep the family (and each of its members) functional.
- Structural family therapy includes all of the following goals except for bringing about structural change by:
- The concept of triangulation is most associated with:
- Structural-strategic family therapy has its foundation in behavioral theory.
- All of the following are techniques used in solution-focused therapy except for:
- A key concept of Gestalt therapy is:
- The creation of the self, which dominated the modernist search for human essence and truth:
- All are true of solution-focused brief therapists except that they:
- Minuchin and other structural family therapists initiated their work with wealthy suburban clients.
- __________ is designed to evaluate and to improve the quality and effectiveness of counseling services.
- Family systems therapy represents a paradigm shift that is sometimes called “the fourth force.”
- A main task of the narrative therapist is to help clients construct a:
- Which approach to family therapy contends that one’s current family problems will not significantly change until relationship patterns in one’s family of origin are understood and directly challenged?
- Which of these solution-focused therapy techniques involves asking clients to describe times in their lives when they were able to solve their problem or when their problem was less severe?
- Which of the following approaches to therapy most attempts to provide a growth-promoting climate that is conducive to a client’s self-exploration?
- Satir’s human validation process model emphasizes:
- A limitation of the family systems model is:
- The systems perspective implies:
- Assessment is not considered useful in the family systems perspective.
- Which of the following theorists emphasized the development of a nurturing triad?
- Which of the following orientations avoids exploring problems, and instead, focuses on creating solutions in the present and the future?
- Which of the following approaches places emphasis on challenging clients to recognize that they are responsible for events that they formerly thought were happening to them?
- A key technique of Adlerian therapy is:
- From a social constructionist perspective, change begins with:
- The negative impact of discrimination and oppression for both men and women has surfaced as a result of:
- Alfred Adler and Rudolf Dreikurs and their associates were the first known practitioners of family therapy, often using a model now called:
- The main goal of brief therapy is to help clients efficiently resolve problems and to move forward as quickly as possible.
- Minuchin’s structural-strategic therapy is based on the notion that an individual’s symptoms are best understood from the vantage point of interactional patterns within a family, and that structural changes must occur in a family before an individual’s symptoms can be resolved.
- Understanding family process is almost always facilitated by “how” questions.
- During the solution-focused initial therapy session, it is common for solution-focused therapists to ask, “What have you done since you called for the appointment that has made a difference in your problem?” This describes:
- Which of the following approaches to therapy stresses the attitude of the therapist over the use of techniques?
- The role of the family therapist involves being in charge of the session.
- Even science is not free from the influence of such processes of social construction.
- Which of the following statements about creating alternative stories is not true?
- The one central principle agreed upon by family therapy practitioners, regardless of their particular approach, is that:
- Which of the following approaches most emphasizes principles of learning?
- Which of the following individuals is not associated with family therapy?
- The goal of Bowen’s multigenerational family therapy is to understand one’s family of origin issues and to differentiate self within a system.
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