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  1. Group Therapy PSY633 • Chapter 12, The Advanced Group

  2. 1. Subgroup formation in group therapy is: (345) a. to be avoided at all cost b. always harmful to the groupc. inevitable d. found only in groups with novice leaderse. no the concern of the therapist

  3. 1. Subgroup formation in group therapy is: (345) a. to be avoided at all cost b. always harmful to the groupc. inevitable d. found only in groups with novice leaderse. no the concern of the therapist

  4. 2. When a group is getting ready to end it is possible to keep it going by: (389) A. reunions b. regularly scheduled social meetingsc. ignoring the approaching termination d. all of the above e. none of the above

  5. 2. When a group is getting ready to end it is possible to keep it going by: (389) A. reunions b. regularly scheduled social meetingsc. ignoring the approaching termination d. all of the above e. none of the above

  6. 3. Clients who leave the therapy group: (385) a. are almost always cured b. ready to go without goodbyes etc.c. can never return d. seem glad to finally be leavinge. all of the above

  7. 3. Clients who leave the therapy group: (385) a. are almost always cured b. ready to go without goodbyes etc.c. can never return d. seem glad to finally be leavinge. all of the above

  8. 4. Which of the following is true of subgrouping? (345) a. group life is simpler b. group life is more rewardingc. complications involve only those included in the groupd. subgroup goals may overtake group goalse. all of the above

  9. 4. Which of the following is true of subgrouping? (345) a. group life is simpler b. group life is more rewardingc. complications involve only those included in the groupd. subgroup goals may overtake group goalse. all of the above

  10. 5. Acting out behavior in group becomes resistance only when: (346) a. it makes people uncomfortable b. it occurs early in the groupc. it occurs late in the group d. one refuses to examine it e. all of the above

  11. 5. Acting out behavior in group becomes resistance only when: (346) a. it makes people uncomfortable b. it occurs early in the groupc. it occurs late in the group d. one refuses to examine it e. all of the above

  12. 6. A group therapist saw two members of a group walking arm in arm. He should have; (350) a. told the group b. confronted the individuals individuallyc. ignored the event d. terminated them from the groupe. all of the above

  13. 6. A group therapist saw two members of a group walking arm in arm. He should have; (350) a. told the group b. confronted the individuals individuallyc. ignored the event d. terminated them from the groupe. all of the above

  14. 7. The cardinal principle is: it is not subgrouping per se that is destructive to the group but the ____ that surrounds it. (352) a. air of sexual tension b. conspiracy of silence c. sense of unfairness and exclusion d. rebellion and resistance e. threat to the therapist’s authority

  15. 7. The cardinal principle is: it is not subgrouping per se that is destructive to the group but the ____ that surrounds it. (352) a. air of sexual tension b. conspiracy of silence c. sense of unfairness and exclusion d. rebellion and resistance e. threat to the therapist’s authority

  16. 8. Group therapy should be seen as: (353) a. a place for social gratification b. something that will provide social relationshipsc. a place for lonely people to make friends d. a dress rehearsal for lifee. a substitute for family and neighborly relationships in an increasingly mobile world

  17. 8. Group therapy should be seen as: (353) a. a place for social gratification b. something that will provide social relationshipsc. a place for lonely people to make friends d. a dress rehearsal for lifee. a substitute for family and neighborly relationships in an increasingly mobile world

  18. 9. In the long vignette about Jan and Bill, groups members who had an affair, Yalom said: (363) a. they both terminated early due to the affair. b. the affair was an indispensable part of their therapyc. the group benefited from the vicarious experience of the affaird. the affair was a complication that slowed growth by both Jan and Bille. all of the above

  19. 9. In the long vignette about Jan and Bill, groups members who had an affair, Yalom said: (363) a. they both terminated early due to the affair. b. the affair was an indispensable part of their therapyc. the group benefited from the vicarious experience of the affaird. the affair was a complication that slowed growth by both Jan and Bille. all of the above

  20. 10. Conflict in the therapy group: (363) a. is invariably present b. is not always negativec. sometimes negative and destructive d. can be exceedingly valuable to the course of therapye. all of the above

  21. 10. Conflict in the therapy group: (363) a. is invariably present b. is not always negativec. sometimes negative and destructive d. can be exceedingly valuable to the course of therapye. all of the above

  22. Bonus. Yalomstates that termination of therapy is a jolting reminder of the: a. utility of group therapy b. nature of realityc. built-in cruelty of the psychotherapeutic processd. existential nature of the human condition. E. all of the above

  23. Bonus. Yalomstates that termination of therapy is a jolting reminder of the: a. utility of group therapy b. nature of realityc. built-in cruelty of the psychotherapeutic processd. existential nature of the human condition. E. all of the above

  24. The End

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