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  • 1. 

    Thoughts, feelings, and behaviors characteristic of group members during the transition stage of the group process include:

    • A.

      Defensiveness and resistance, anxiety and fear, struggles for control, conflict and confrontation.

    • B.

      Trust, cohesion and a sense of inclusion, open communication, self-disclosure, and taking risk, shared leadership, effectively managed interpersonal conflict, control, and power issues, direct communication among members, and giving feedback freely.

    • C.

      Defensiveness and resistance, anxiety and fear, giving feedback, and self disclosure

    • D.

      Anxiety, sadness and fear, concerns about unfinished business,and questioning what comes next

    Correct Answer
    A. Defensiveness and resistance, anxiety and fear, struggles for control, conflict and confrontation.
    Explanation
    During the transition stage of the group process, members may experience defensiveness and resistance as they adjust to the group dynamics and new ideas. Anxiety and fear can arise due to uncertainty about the group's direction and individual roles. Struggles for control may occur as members try to assert their influence and establish their position within the group. Conflict and confrontation can arise as differing opinions and perspectives clash. Overall, these thoughts, feelings, and behaviors are characteristic of the transition stage as the group navigates through initial challenges and establishes its dynamics.

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  • 2. 

    The leadership style characterized by group leadership and control concentrated in the leadership(s), with the leader functioning as a teacher/director is:

    • A.

      Democratic

    • B.

      Parental

    • C.

      Dominant

    • D.

      Authoritarian

    Correct Answer
    D. Authoritarian
    Explanation
    The leadership style characterized by group leadership and control concentrated in the leadership(s), with the leader functioning as a teacher/director is authoritarian. In this style, the leader has complete control over decision-making and sets strict rules and guidelines for the group. The leader directs and instructs the group members, making all the important decisions without much input or participation from the group. This style is often characterized by a top-down approach and a lack of autonomy for the group members.

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  • 3. 

    A democratic leadership style is likely to impact the group by:

    • A.

      Leading to group member compliance, little enthusiasm from group members, and no particular feelings of satisfaction or responsibility for accomplishments

    • B.

      Resulting in more active participation, greater enthusiasm, more responsibility and initiative, and a greater sense of ownership of the group members.

    • C.

      Leading to group member compliance, greater feeling of caring about other group members, and feelings of confusion and frustration.

    • D.

      Causing feeling of confusion and frustration, lowe productivity, and uneven participation among members

    Correct Answer
    B. Resulting in more active participation, greater enthusiasm, more responsibility and initiative, and a greater sense of ownership of the group members.
    Explanation
    A democratic leadership style encourages active participation and involvement from group members. This style promotes greater enthusiasm, as individuals feel valued and included in the decision-making process. It also fosters a sense of responsibility and initiative, as members have a stake in the group's outcomes. By giving individuals a voice and involving them in the decision-making process, democratic leadership cultivates a greater sense of ownership among group members, leading to increased engagement and commitment.

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  • 4. 

    Some group building and maintenance roles that are central to the group process are?

    • A.

      Coordinating, energizing, opinion giving, elaborating, and orienting

    • B.

      Information seeking, recording, encouraging and harmonizing

    • C.

      Compromising, standard setting, encouraging, and group observing

    • D.

      Initiating, evaluating-criticizing, procedural expediting, and harmonizing

    Correct Answer
    B. Information seeking, recording, encouraging and harmonizing
  • 5. 

    The theory that states that problems within a group may serve a function for the group, may be a function of the group's inability to operate productively, and may be a symptom of dysfunctional patterns that are handed down across generation is:

    • A.

      Bowen's family system therapy

    • B.

      Psychoanalytical family therapy

    • C.

      Social constructionism

    • D.

      Family system theory

    Correct Answer
    D. Family system theory
    Explanation
    Family system theory suggests that problems within a group may serve a function for the group, indicating the group's inability to operate productively and may be a symptom of dysfunctional patterns that are passed down across generations. This theory focuses on understanding the dynamics and interactions within a family or group, emphasizing the interconnectedness of its members and the impact of these relationships on individual behavior and functioning. It aims to identify and address dysfunctional patterns in order to promote healthier and more functional family systems.

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  • 6. 

    The key figure in strategic family therapy is:

    • A.

      Luigi Boscolo

    • B.

      Nathan Ackerman

    • C.

      Jay Haley

    • D.

      Carl Whitaker

    Correct Answer
    C. Jay Haley
    Explanation
    Jay Haley is considered the key figure in strategic family therapy. He was a prominent American therapist and author known for his work in family therapy and strategic therapy. Haley was a protégé of Milton Erickson and played a significant role in developing and popularizing strategic family therapy. He emphasized the importance of communication patterns, power dynamics, and strategic interventions in bringing about change within families. Haley's contributions have had a lasting impact on the field of family therapy, making him the correct answer for this question.

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  • 7. 

    The ethical code to which all certified rehabilitation counselors are bound in the

    • A.

      Hippocratic oath

    • B.

      ASGW best practice guidelines

    • C.

      Each certified rehabilitation counselor is bound by the ethical code of their respective institution

    • D.

      Code of professional ethics for rehabilitation counselors

    Correct Answer
    D. Code of professional ethics for rehabilitation counselors
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Code of professional ethics for rehabilitation counselors". This is because certified rehabilitation counselors are bound by a specific set of ethical guidelines that govern their professional conduct. These guidelines ensure that counselors adhere to high standards of ethical behavior and protect the rights and well-being of their clients. The code of professional ethics for rehabilitation counselors provides a framework for ethical decision-making and outlines the responsibilities and obligations of counselors in their practice.

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  • 8. 

    One major goal of behavioral and cognitive-behavior family therapy is?

    • A.

      To increase family members capacity to experience their lives more fully by sharing their struggle with the here and now

    • B.

      To modify the specific behavior or thought pattern to alleviate symptoms

    • C.

      To decrease anxiety and increase the level of differentiation of self

    • D.

      Encouraging clients to shift from talking about problems to talking about solutions

    Correct Answer
    B. To modify the specific behavior or thought pattern to alleviate symptoms
    Explanation
    Behavioral and cognitive-behavior family therapy aims to modify specific behavior or thought patterns in order to alleviate symptoms. This approach focuses on identifying and addressing maladaptive behaviors and thought processes that contribute to psychological distress. By targeting these specific patterns, therapists can help individuals and families develop healthier coping mechanisms and improve their overall well-being. This approach is rooted in the belief that by changing these behaviors and thoughts, individuals can experience symptom relief and improve their quality of life.

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  • 9. 

    Gestalt therapy, reality therapy, and person-centered therapy are examples of what type of approach to counseling

    • A.

      Experiential

    • B.

      Cognitive-behavioral

    • C.

      Psychoeducational

    • D.

      Psychodynamic

    Correct Answer
    A. Experiential
    Explanation
    Gestalt therapy, reality therapy, and person-centered therapy are all examples of experiential approaches to counseling. These approaches focus on the present moment, the client's experience, and the client's own self-awareness and personal growth. They emphasize the importance of the client's subjective experience and encourage them to explore their thoughts, feelings, and behaviors in order to gain insight and make positive changes in their lives. These approaches often involve experiential techniques such as role-playing, guided imagery, and mindfulness exercises to help clients explore and process their emotions and experiences.

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  • 10. 

    If you are involved in group work with culturally diverse population, it will be important for you to

    • A.

      Be an expert in each of the population

    • B.

      Accept the challenge of modifying your strategies to meet the unique needs of the members

    • C.

      Be of the same ethnic background as the members in your group

    • D.

      Conduct empirical research on your groups to validate your effective

    Correct Answer
    B. Accept the challenge of modifying your strategies to meet the unique needs of the members
    Explanation
    In order to effectively work with a culturally diverse population, it is important to accept the challenge of modifying your strategies to meet the unique needs of the members. This means being open to adapting your approach and techniques to accommodate different cultural backgrounds, beliefs, and values. By doing so, you can create an inclusive and supportive environment that respects and addresses the specific needs of each individual in the group. Being an expert in each population, having the same ethnic background as the members, or conducting empirical research may provide some insights, but they are not as crucial as being flexible and responsive to the diverse needs of the group members.

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