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  1. Group Therapy PSY633 Quiz Chapter 6 The Therapist Working in the Here and Now.

  2. 1.The here-and-now focus rapidly reaches the limits of its usefulness without the second tier which is called: (142) a. catharsis b. the social microcosm c. vertical disclosured. metadisclosure e. illumination of process

  3. 1.The here-and-now focus rapidly reaches the limits of its usefulness without the second tier which is called: (142) a. catharsis b. the social microcosm c. vertical disclosured. metadisclosure e. illumination of process

  4. 2. In interactional psychotherapy, ____ refers to the nature of the relationship between interacting individuals—members and therapists. (143) a. process b. metadisclosure c. horizontal disclosure d. substantive e. transactional

  5. 2. In interactional psychotherapy, ____ refers to the nature of the relationship between interacting individuals—members and therapists. (143) a. process b. metadisclosure c. horizontal disclosure d. substantive e. transactional

  6. 3 .Yalom suggested that there are often many potential process comments a therapist could make. He suggested that the primary consideration for this choice should be: (146) a. which one is correct b. the first event should be discussed firstc. the immediate needs of the group d. reason the conflict arousee. The willingness of the group to hear the particular interpretation

  7. 3 .Yalom suggested that there are often many potential process comments a therapist could make. He suggested that the primary consideration for this choice should be: (146) a. which one is correct b. the first event should be discussed firstc. the immediate needs of the group d. reason the conflict arousee. The willingness of the group to hear the particular interpretation

  8. 4 .Which of the following is a reason to avoid process commentary in general adult interactions? (130) a. it is so common as to be banal b. people would be bored by it c. fear of retaliation d. it shows a lack of interest e. all of the above

  9. 4 .Which of the following is a reason to avoid process commentary in general adult interactions? (130) a. it is so common as to be banal b. people would be bored by it c. fear of retaliation d. it shows a lack of interest e. all of the above

  10. 5. Process commentary undermines: (131) a. group cohesiveness b. the effectiveness of a therapy groupc. arbitrary authority structure d. here and now behaviore. the group leader’s credibility

  11. 5. Process commentary undermines: (131) a. group cohesiveness b. the effectiveness of a therapy groupc. arbitrary authority structure d. here and now behaviore. the group leader’s credibility

  12. 6. Process illumination by group members is: (152) a. always expected of them b. likely to be resented by other membersc. essential if the group is to have a here and now focus d. requirede. the best way for members to be appreciated by other members

  13. 6. Process illumination by group members is: (152) a. always expected of them b. likely to be resented by other membersc. essential if the group is to have a here and now focus d. requirede. the best way for members to be appreciated by other members

  14. 7. The therapist moves the focus from: (158) a. the inside to the outside b. from the specific to the abstractc. from the generic to the personal d. from the interpersonal to the personal e. all of the above

  15. 7. The therapist moves the focus from: (158) a. the inside to the outside b. from the specific to the abstractc. from the generic to the personal d. from the interpersonal to the personal e. all of the above

  16. 8. When clients initially resist talking in the here and now Yalom often uses ___ which provides safety and distance. (159) a. self-disclosure b. humor c. story tellingd. the conditional verb form e. an ahistorical approach

  17. 8. When clients initially resist talking in the here and now Yalom often uses ___ which provides safety and distance. (159) a. self-disclosure b. humor c. story tellingd. the conditional verb form e. an ahistorical approach

  18. 9. Resistance occurs in many forms. Often it appears in the cunning guise of: (160) a. here and now talking b. regular attendance c. total equality toward all membersd. talking about important matters e. careful listening

  19. 9. Resistance occurs in many forms. Often it appears in the cunning guise of: (160) a. here and now talking b. regular attendance c. total equality toward all membersd. talking about important matters e. careful listening

  20. 10. In the vignette about the insecure woman named Claudia who thought she would fail at her new job, the therapist dealt with her work insecurity by: (161) a. pointing out that she was working 80 hours a weekb. detailing examples of her success in her careerc. asking her to relate stories of success from her careerd. giving her a high mark for group participation e. all of the above

  21. 10. In the vignette about the insecure woman named Claudia who thought she would fail at her new job, the therapist dealt with her work insecurity by: (161) a. pointing out that she was working 80 hours a weekb. detailing examples of her success in her careerc. asking her to relate stories of success from her careerd. giving her a high mark for group participatione. all of the above

  22. Bonus Question 1: The placement of a dagger (†) in the text indicates the existence of: (xviii) a. a clarification at the bottom of the page b. a note at the end of the chapterc. corroborative data and references d. a change from the first edition of the booke. an area of controversy in the field of psychotherapy

  23. Bonus Question 1: The placement of a dagger (†) in the text indicates the existence of: (xviii) a. a clarification at the bottom of the page b. a note at the end of the chapterc. corroborative data and references d. a change from the first edition of the booke. an area of controversy in the field of psychotherapy

  24. Bonus 2: Yalom suggested that the First step in techniques of here-and-now activation is: a. Think here and now b. Analyze the transference c. Use the active verbd. Use a check-in procedure e. Seek vertical disclosure

  25. Bonus 2: Yalom suggested that the First step in techniques of here-and-now activation is: a. Think here and now b. Analyze the transference c. Use the active verbd. Use a check-in procedure e. Seek vertical disclosure

  26. No Cheating!

  27. Plagiarism (from http://www.umuc.edu/writingcenter/plagiarism/) • “Introduce Source Material • Introducing source material alerts readers that you are, for the moment, no longer speaking entirely in your own voice. Quotations, paraphrases and summaries all must be properly introduced.” • “Citing Source Material” • “Citing means identifying for the reader the source of the quotation, paraphrase, or summary.” • Label Direct Quotes“Place quotation marks around words copied verbatim (exactly) from a source, even if you've credited the author in the same sentence.”

  28. Please submit an electronic copy of your paper so that I can check for plagiarism. • Please send me a copy of your certificate from the post test

  29. Group next Tuesday

  30. The End