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unit 1

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QUESTION 1

  1. Identify a perceptual factor that most likely causes alcoholics to relapse.
    A.
    Painful memories
    B.
    Imbalanced lifestyle
    C.
    Existential despair
    D.
    Difficulty maintaining sobriety

1 points

QUESTION 2

  1. Which of the following concepts does mindfulness-based relapse prevention include?
    A.
    Once you fall off the wagon, there is no getting back up.
    B.
    You create and explore awareness of and relationship to thoughts.
    C.
    Everyone hits rock bottom.
    D.
    Everyone hits rock bottom.

1 points

QUESTION 3

  1. One of the drugs that have emerged in the last few years to help reduce cravings in opioid addicts is _____.
    A.
    suboxone
    B.
    anatabuse
    C.
    trazadone
    D.
    xanax

1 points

QUESTION 4

  1. Which of the following is an advantage of the Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) approach as outlined in Chapter 12?
    A.
    Mutual sharing by members
    B.
    All of these
    C.
    Absence of membership fees and non-discrimination
    D.
    Frequent and regular meetings
    E.
    Provision of a regular support group

1 points

QUESTION 5

  1. In the context of troublesome behavior patterns identified by Groves in describing patients who arouse negative feelings in counselors, identify a feature of self-destructive deniers.
    A.
    They have given up hope to have their needs met.
    B.
    They need a great deal of “attention.”
    C. They are unaware of their dependency needs.
    D.
    They try to intimidate and devalue their counselors.

1 points

QUESTION 6

  1. Identify a feature of the withdrawal stage of alcohol/drug recovery.
    A.
    Anxiety and fatigue
    B.
    High levels of energy
    C.
    Clarity
    D.
    Optimism and overconfidence

1 points

QUESTION 7

  1. Which of the following is a feature of the adjustment stage of alcohol/drug recovery?
    A.
    Inability to prioritize
    B.
    Ability to remain sober for a longer duration
    C.
    High energy levels
    D.
    Increased depression

1 points

QUESTION 8

  1. Identify the first stage of alcohol/drug recovery.
    A.
    Withdrawal
    B.
    Resolution
    C.
    Honeymoon
    D.
    Adjustment

1 points

QUESTION 9

  1. As outlined in this chapter, what are some common reasons individuals give for not attending Alcoholics Anonymous (AA)?
    A.
    Being concerned about confidentiality
    B.
    All of these
    C. Being uncomfortable in a group of people
    D.
    Having lack of tolerance to those who are on medications
    E.
    Difficulty with the concept of a higher power

1 points

QUESTION 10

  1. Identify from the following the four troublesome behavior patterns that have been identified by Groves in describing patients who arouse negative feelings in counselors.
    A.
    Dependent clingers, manipulative help-rejecters, demanders, and self-destructive deniers
    B.
    Acting out, acting in, shutting down, and shutting out
    C.
    Borderline, antisocial, narcissistic, and dependent
    D.
    Help seekers, help destroyers, help scavengers, and help requesters

1 points

QUESTION 11

  1. Richard Rawson describes the “Wall Stage” of recovery as occurring at _____
    A.
    0–15 days
    B.
    16–45 days
    C.
    45–120 days
    D.
    46–90 days

1 points

QUESTION 12

  1. Identify the “relapse-prone” behavior.
    A.
    Displaying compulsive behavior
    B.
    Asking for help
    C.
    Responding with action when prepared
    D.
    Detaching to gain perspective

1 points

QUESTION 13

  1. Which of the following acronyms is used in the text to assist clients in dealing with relapse potential?
    A. FRAMES
    B. HALTS
    C. OARS
    D. HOW

1 points

QUESTION 14

  1. Which of the following is a familiar and an extremely valuable relapse-prevention technique that can be easily invoked and is often used in the Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) approach?
    A.
    “You must be taking care of number one”
    B.
    “You must be taking care of number one”
    C.
    Serenity prayer
    D.
    “What comes around goes around”

1 points

QUESTION 15

  1. Identify a true statement about the honeymoon stage of alcohol/drug recovery.Identify a true statement about the honeymoon stage of alcohol/drug recovery.
    A. The behavioral symptoms during this stage include an increased need for sleep.
    B.
    The emotional symptoms during this stage include optimism and overconfidence.
    C.
    The cognitive symptoms during this stage include short-term memory disruption.
    D. It lasts from about 120–180 days.

    assignment 2
    Contrast and compare the relapse rates for chemical dependency and other diseases. Are they the same? Higher? Or lower?


    assignment 3
    Please use the text box of this Journal link to enter your Weekly Diary response. Please comment on a real life experience that relates to the required readings or any of the material in this Unit. Be sure your answer is complete and at least at least a couple of chunky paragraphs (Five (5) to Ten (10) sentences per paragraph).

    assignement 4
    The text glances over the use of Medication Assisted Therapy (MAT) such as: Methadone, Suboxone, Naltrexone, and Vivitrol. These medications are being used extensively especially in the Philadelphia region. You will need to research these medications and come to your own conclusion to their effectiveness in the recovery process.Please include the following within your paper:1. Provide a brief introduction to the Medication Assisted Therapy.2. Prepare a brief synopsis of the various medications used.3. Use appropriate information from text to support data claims.4. Use external research to enhance and support your paper.5. Conclude and summarize.Submit the text contents of your Medication Assisted Therapy Paper via the text box of this Journal link. Please be sure to attach it to this Journal link as well. The research paper should be no more than 2 to 3 pages double spaced in length using APA 6th edition format. The paper will also have a cover page identifying the course, paper title, author, date, and instructor. The purpose of the exercise is gain a more accurate understanding of MAT and its relevance in today’s treatment protocols.
    unit 2quiz

    QUESTION 1

    1. According to Fossum and Mason, hope is the major focus in a balanced family system.

      True False

    1 points

    QUESTION 2

    1. People suffering from abandonment depression have a limited capacity for spontaneity.

      True False

    1 points

    QUESTION 3

    1. According to Chapter 6, which of the following happens when shame is attached to a feeling?
      A.
      The person experiencing the shame becomes numb.
      B.
      The feeling is escalated.
      C.
      The person experiencing the shame becomes completely paranoid.
      D.
      The feeling is immediately extinguished.

    1 points

    QUESTION 4

    1. Merle Fossum and Marilyn Mason defined shame as a poor decision that leads to embarrassment.

      True False

    1 points

    QUESTION 5

    1. Which of the following is one of the major forms of boundary inadequacy according to Coleman and Colgan?
      A. Extended

      B. Decisive

      C. Flexible

      D. Overly rigid

    1 points

    QUESTION 6

    1. Haley defined _____ as at least two adults involved in an offspring’s problem, where the parent-child dyad is pitted against a more peripheral parent, stepparent, or grandparent.
      A. Emeshment

      B. Flexibility

      C. Triangulation

      D. Individuation

    1 points

    QUESTION 7

    1. According to Carol Kempher, which of the following factors contributes to parental imbalance?
      A.
      Decreased positive responses
      B.
      Poor bonding
      C.
      Inappropriate disciplining techniques
      D. All of these

      E.
      Lack of knowledge of parenting

    1 points

    QUESTION 8

    1. Which of the following is a characteristic of a shameful experience?
      A.
      Making decisions without any self-doubt
      B.
      Having little difficulty in assessing the reality
      C.
      Feeling helpless, powerless, with no way out
      D.
      Having complete faith in the ability to perceive things properly

    1 points

    QUESTION 9

    1. Abandonment depression, as defined by Masterson, is an affective (feeling) disorder with six key elements, one of which is panic.

      True False

    1 points

    QUESTION 10

    1. Haley defined cohesion as at least two adults involved in an offspring’s problem, where the parent-child dyad is pitted against a more peripheral parent, stepparent, or grandparent.

      True False

    ASSIGNMENT 2Depending on which movie you viewed; ‘Pleasure Unwoven’ or ‘The Anonymous People’ what was the main point you acquired from that film? Your posting should be a minimum of one hundred (100) words. You will need to post your response before you are able to view your classmates’ posts. You are required to read all of your classmates’ posts and respond to at least two classmates. Your replies to your classmate should be substantive, at least fifty (50) words. See the rubric in the Syllabus for grading details. ASSIGNMENT 3Please use the text box of this Journal link to enter your Weekly Diary response. Please comment on a real life experience that relates to the required readings or any of the material in this Unit. Be sure your answer is complete and at least at least a couple of chunky paragraphs (Five (5) to Ten (10) sentences per paragraph).