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  1. Group Therapy PSY633 • Chapter 14, The Therapist: Specialized Formats and Procedural Aids. • Chapter 15, Specialized Therapy Groups

  2. 1. According to Yalom, nothing will ensure failure as well as: (477) a. difficult patients b. a nervous therapist c. severe pathology d. inappropriate goals e. anxious clients

  3. 1. According to Yalom, nothing will ensure failure as well as: (477) a. difficult patients b. a nervous therapist c. severe pathology d. inappropriate goals e. anxious clients

  4. 2. Joseph Hersey Pratt, a Boston internist, is generally acknowledged to be: (539) a. the father of contemporary group therapy b. the founder of estc. the leader in bereavement group therapy d. guru of internet support groupse. inventor of the here and now focus

  5. 2. Joseph Hersey Pratt, a Boston internist, is generally acknowledged to be: (539) a. the father of contemporary group therapy b. the founder of estc. the leader in bereavement group therapy d. guru of internet support groupse. inventor of the here and now focus

  6. 3. Yalomand others did a major study of encounter groups using college students. They concluded that ____. (536) a. the ideological school to which the therapist belonged outcome b. gestalt was more effective than synanon or traditional T-groups c. leaders’ orientation predicts their behavior in group d. leaders’ behavior largely determines group effectiveness e. Gestalt therapists lead a group in a way different from TA therapists

  7. 3. Yalomand others did a major study of encounter groups using college students. They concluded that ____. (536) a. the ideological school to which the therapist belonged outcome b. gestalt was more effective than synanon or traditional T-groups c. leaders’ orientation predicts their behavior in group d. leaders’ behavior largely determines group effectiveness e. Gestalt therapists lead a group in a way different from TA therapists

  8. 4. In analyzing the study from question 3, the researchers determined that _____ involves challenging, confronting, modeling and high self-disclosure. a. meaning attribution b. executive functionc. emotional activation d. caring e. b & d

  9. 4. In analyzing the study from question 3, the researchers determined that _____ involves challenging, confronting, modeling and high self-disclosure. a. meaning attribution b. executive functionc. emotional activation d. caring e. b & d

  10. 5. The purpose of the Johari Window is to _____(529) a. make the familiar strange b. clarify the function of feedback and self-disclosure c. keep participants in the here and now d. provide for meta-analysis e. clarify the role of the leader

  11. 5. The purpose of the Johari Window is to _____(529) a. make the familiar strange b. clarify the function of feedback and self-disclosure c. keep participants in the here and now d. provide for meta-analysis e. clarify the role of the leader

  12. 6. Therapists recognize that psychotherapy is often cyclotherapy because : (488) a. patients cycle in and out b. life becomes therapy, paperwork, therapy, paperworkc. managed care drives therapy d. they return again and again to the same issuese. all of the above

  13. 6. Therapists recognize that psychotherapy is often cyclotherapy because : (488) a. patients cycle in and out b. life becomes therapy, paperwork, therapy, paperworkc. managed care drives therapy d. they return again and again to the same issuese. all of the above

  14. 7. The single-session time frame for group demands: (488) a. patience & a sense of humor b. persistence & cohesiveness c. commitment & caringd. relaxation & calmness e. efficiency & activity

  15. 7. The single-session time frame for group demands: (488) a. patience & a sense of humor b. persistence & cohesiveness c. commitment & caringd. relaxation & calmness e. efficiency & activity

  16. 8. The acute inpatient setting is _____ group therapy. (481) a. inviting to b. easy for c. uncommon tod. inhospitable to e. ideal for

  17. 8. The acute inpatient setting is _____ group therapy. (481) a. inviting to b. easy for c. uncommon tod. inhospitable to e. ideal for

  18. 9. One problem with inpatient groups is: (482) a. slow turnover of members b. homogeneity of pathologyc. excessive time to fill d. clear and rigid boundariese. limited therapist control

  19. 9. One problem with inpatient groups is: (482) a. slow turnover of members b. homogeneity of pathologyc. excessive time to fill d. clear and rigid boundariese. limited therapist control

  20. 10. Which of the following is a reasonable goal for an acute inpatient group? (485) a. to diminish hallucinations b. resolve a psychotic depressionc. decrease isolation d. slow down a patient with maniae. decrease psychotic panic

  21. 10. Which of the following is a reasonable goal for an acute inpatient group? (485) a. to diminish hallucinations b. resolve a psychotic depressionc. decrease isolation d. slow down a patient with maniae. decrease psychotic panic

  22. Bonus: Group CBT arose from the search for greater: (513) • Meaning • Psychodynamic relevancy • Clinical efficiency • Understanding of existential issues in therapy • Understanding of the effect of the past on current functioning

  23. Bonus: Group CBT arose from the search for greater: (513) • Meaning • Psychodynamic relevancy • Clinical efficiency • Understanding of existential issues in therapy • Understanding of the effect of the past on current functioning

  24. The End

  25. .1-d, 2-a, 3-d, 4-c, 5-b, 6-d, 7-e, 8-d, 9-e, 10-c