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  1. Group Therapy PSY633 • Chapter 10, Creation of the Group • Chapter 11, In the Beginning

  2. 1.When it is clear that someone is not working out in group the therapist should. (335) a. adopt a laissez-faire posture b. ask the group’s permissionc. invite the member back for a final meetingd. schedule an individual meeting with the client e. all of the above

  3. 1.When it is clear that someone is not working out in group the therapist should. (335) a. adopt a laissez-faire posture b. ask the group’s permissionc. invite the member back for a final meetingd. schedule an individual meeting with the client e. all of the above

  4. 2 .The phrase mirabile dictum means: (325) a. by the fact itself b. wonderful to relatec. healing power or quality d. one who gives up easilye. Of, relating to, or dealing with existence.

  5. 2 .The phrase mirabile dictum means: (325) a. by the fact itself b. wonderful to relatec. healing power or quality d. one who gives up easilye. Of, relating to, or dealing with existence.

  6. 3. When members are often late or absence search for: (325) a. source of the group resistance b. anger at the therapist c. bad traffic in the area d. fear of contagion e. problems with time management

  7. 3. When members are often late or absence search for: (325) a. source of the group resistance b. anger at the therapist c. bad traffic in the area d. fear of contagion e. problems with time management

  8. 4. A group settings requires a circle so that : (282) a. there is an inviting atmosphere b. people can all see one anotherc. there is no hierarchy and power structured. tendency to take turns e. all of the above

  9. 4. A group settings requires a circle so that : (282) a. there is an inviting atmosphere b. people can all see one anotherc. there is no hierarchy and power structured. tendency to take turns e. all of the above

  10. 5. There is a consensus among group therapists that after about _____, the group session reaches a point of diminishing returns. a. 2 hours b. 3 hours c. 60 minutesd. six weeks e. 7 p.m.

  11. 5. There is a consensus among group therapists that after about _____, the group session reaches a point of diminishing returns. a. 2 hours b. 3 hours c. 60 minutesd. six weeks e. 7 p.m.

  12. 6. Quality research suggests that marathon or time-limited groups: (286) a. favorable influence communication patterns in subsequent meetingsb. show favorable results far exceeding that of shorter groupsc. enhances opportunities for transfer of learningd. have not be shown to be effective e. it remains very popular regardless of ifs merits

  13. 6. Quality research suggests that marathon or time-limited groups: (286) a. favorable influence communication patterns in subsequent meetingsb. show favorable results far exceeding that of shorter groupsc. enhances opportunities for transfer of learningd. have not be shown to be effective e. it remains very popular regardless of ifs merits

  14. 7. Brief therapy requires that leaders: (290) a. omit the preparation session b. have less structurec. attend to the transfer of learning d. remember that the name of the group determines the work of therapye. focus more on intrapersonal that on interpersonal concerns

  15. 7. Brief therapy requires that leaders: (290) a. omit the preparation session b. have less structurec. attend to the transfer of learning d. remember that the name of the group determines the work of therapye. focus more on intrapersonal that on interpersonal concerns

  16. 8. If the group is used as a source of friends, : (302) a. it is less likely to have resistance b. it will perform more effectively and more quicklyc. it will be better in the long run d. it will turn into a marathon group e. it loses its therapeutic effectiveness.

  17. 8. If the group is used as a source of friends, : (302) a. it is less likely to have resistance b. it will perform more effectively and more quicklyc. it will be better in the long run d. it will turn into a marathon group e. it loses its therapeutic effectiveness.

  18. 9.The cognitive approach to group therapy preparation has several goals. Which of the following is not one of them? (303) a. provide a rational explanation for the therapy process b. prevent any feelings of discomfort c. raise expectations about the effects of the groupd. establish a contract about attendance e. describe behavior expected of members

  19. 9.The cognitive approach to group therapy preparation has several goals. Which of the following is not one of them? (303) a. provide a rational explanation for the therapy process b. prevent any feelings of discomfort c. raise expectations about the effects of the groupd. establish a contract about attendance e. describe behavior expected of members

  20. 10. The first group therapy session is: (310) a. a time of considerable conflict among members. B. eagerly anticipated by most membersc. invariably a success d. a time for therapists to be passive and inactivee. too early for any group norms to be established

  21. 10. The first group therapy session is: (310) a. a time of considerable conflict among members. B. eagerly anticipated by most membersc. invariably a success d. a time for therapists to be passive and inactivee. too early for any group norms to be established

  22. Bonus: According to Yalom, clinicians have an ethical responsibility to: • Pay their taxes • Support the March of Dimes • Vote Democrat • Advocate for effective therapy • All of the above

  23. Bonus: According to Yalom, clinicians have an ethical responsibility to: • Pay their taxes • Support the March of Dimes • Vote Democrat • Advocate for effective therapy • All of the above

  24. The End

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