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  1. Group Therapy PSY633 • Quiz Chapters 5 & 7

  2. 1. Underlying all considerations of technique must be: (117) a willingness to challenge the client b. a general competencec. building a group culture d. maintaining a good mix of memberse. a positive therapist-client relationship

  3. 1. Underlying all considerations of technique must be: (117) a willingness to challenge the client b. a general competencec. building a group culture d. maintaining a good mix of memberse. a positive therapist-client relationship

  4. 2____ is necessary for clients to generalize group experiences to outside life.(229) a. emotional responding b. therapist transparencyc. cognitive learning d. responsibility by the cliente. client transference

  5. 2____ is necessary for clients to generalize group experiences to outside life.(229) a. emotional responding b. therapist transparencyc. cognitive learning d. responsibility by the cliente. client transference

  6. 3.General principles that prove useful to the therapist when receiving feedback, especially negative feedback include: (223) a. correct anything that is wrong b. agree with whatever clients sayc. obtain consensual validation d. tell how that makes you feele. ask clients why they feel that way

  7. 3.General principles that prove useful to the therapist when receiving feedback, especially negative feedback include: (223) a. correct anything that is wrong b. agree with whatever clients sayc. obtain consensual validation d. tell how that makes you feele. ask clients why they feel that way

  8. 4.Freud called the intense and conflicted relationship that often develops with the therapist as: (202) a consensual validation b. reaction formationc. parataxic distortion d. transference neurosise. genetic insight

  9. 4.Freud called the intense and conflicted relationship that often develops with the therapist as: (202) a consensual validation b. reaction formationc. parataxic distortion d. transference neurosise. genetic insight

  10. 5. Yalom said that therapist’s behavior may sometimes see pedantic. Pedantic means: (140) a. characteristic of those having an inflated idea of their own importanceb. cockamamie: ludicrous, foolish c. characterized by maliced. making a vain display of learning e. healthy: exercising or showing good judgment

  11. 5. Yalom said that therapist’s behavior may sometimes see pedantic. Pedantic means: (140) a. characteristic of those having an inflated idea of their own importanceb. cockamamie: ludicrous, foolish c. characterized by maliced. making a vain display of learning e. healthy: exercising or showing good judgment

  12. 6. Estelle was a hostile member of a group who was always turning positive comments made to her into negative, combative ones. To deal with her Yalom used: (139) a. a contract b. ridicule c. warm, positive regard and acceptanced. group pressure e. all of the above

  13. 6. Estelle was a hostile member of a group who was always turning positive comments made to her into negative, combative ones. To deal with her Yalom used: (139) a. a contract b. ridicule c. warm, positive regard and acceptanced. group pressure e. all of the above

  14. 7.Yalom encourages members to think of the group as: (136) a. minor part of their lives b. a time to relax c. a unique experienced. the most important event in their week e. a place to give and receive advice

  15. 7.Yalom encourages members to think of the group as: (136) a. minor part of their lives b. a time to relax c. a unique experienced. the most important event in their week e. a place to give and receive advice

  16. 8.Yalom talks about vertical disclosure as: (133) a. metadisclosure b. disclosure about the disclosurec. an essential part of therapy d. greater in-depth disclosure e. b & c

  17. 8.Yalom talks about vertical disclosure as: (133) a. metadisclosure b. disclosure about the disclosurec. an essential part of therapy d. greater in-depth disclosure e. b & c

  18. 9.Many members enter therapy with a big secret. Yalom states that: (131) a. whether to reveal the secret is up to the client b. sometimes it is better not to reveal itc. eventually they will have to reveal it d. some reveal and some do note. they should reveal the secret when doing so does not make them uncomfortable

  19. 9.Many members enter therapy with a big secret. Yalom states that: (131) a. whether to reveal the secret is up to the client b. sometimes it is better not to reveal itc. eventually they will have to reveal it d. some reveal and some do note. they should reveal the secret when doing so does not make them uncomfortable

  20. 10.There is considerable research evidence that therapist self-disclosure leads to: (218) a. anger and resentment b. greater openness among group membersc. a loss of respect for the therapist d. discomfort among sensitive patientse. all of the above

  21. 10.There is considerable research evidence that therapist self-disclosure leads to: (218) a. anger and resentment b. greater openness among group membersc. a loss of respect for the therapist d. discomfort among sensitive patientse. all of the above

  22. Bonus Question: The Therapeutic Relationship requires authentic engagement and empathic attunement to the client’s: • Internal emotional and subjective experience. • Fiscal health • Interpersonal rationale • Dreams and other insights • All of the above.

  23. Bonus Question: The Therapeutic Relationship requires authentic engagement and empathic attunement to the client’s: • Internal emotional and subjective experience. • Fiscal health • Interpersonal rationale • Dreams and other insights • All of the above.

  24. THE END

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