FSN417 wint05 midterm exam

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Unformatted text preview: 9 \_/ e ff; 93 ‘15 W?_‘33/l5a ewe FSN 417 Winter 2005 ‘ NAME: Midterm Exam - 150 points total Dr S. Swadener 1 1. G‘ e two reasons why people don’t eat what they are “supposed” to eat. (4 points) .3 QM (ts—tM/W 2. prcSS’LUl—ILS o“? ‘% Questions 2 —6. Match the following goals to the appropriate treatment theory for listed below. (3 points each) Theory: Person-centered therapy ,Bf Cognitive therapy .' Behavioral therapy g7 Family therapy XSolution—focused therapy Is: 2. Encourage clients to see themselves with {Legitivq yet realistic, self-perception though a non-judgmental supportive environment. ‘ C/ 3. Encourage clients to identify “trigger” situations that result in undesirable outcomes and to discover a new, different (re)—action to make in the same situation. E 4. Encourage the client to look at successfiil strategies they have employed at other times and apply those to these new behavior challenges. E 5. Encourage clients- to identify negative and irrational internal dialogues and to create alternate, positive, rational statements. E 2 6. Encourage clients__ to see howr the people around them, their social suppoift system,__can shape and influence'bch'aviOI. fiom this bmnch of psychologigal mm? (4 pain—ts LhSiql/li‘ onhKeLps (Analog/[c W IS _ 100 Lin Mew-Jo p—e/VJOYW who! cause/bun _ ‘1ng New + mes.ln5iqh+ miuflzzflfiwseas MSW‘S Wsmm‘ ,OIWMWU aim/Hy +9 8. Explain what is action-orien ychologi theory and '-- e two exam es 71‘ aoWEMEL—Mw? (4 Points) Fbwfim 6%.vale 6‘ 9‘ a +0 S'HW .WS Fruit—heal 1804323 Oh how 3% WWW VCM iofledJFéver-exq-vynae 151” m5 W film/3W be; £4an mo-fix/oCCUz/_ For questions 9-11, identifi: the ego state from which the client is speaking in each of the following responses. (2 points each) Counselor: “Your doctor has referred you to me for counsding regarding your diet and your high blood presswe. ” (Adult ego state) Adult Parent Child 9. 4 Lb i [9] Client: “I just want to eat what I want to eat. ” 10. M Client: “It is time for me to make some changes in my diet. ” 11. {— Clien : “Everyone s s I s old do something ab terri le diet. ” . Lo . W 2. Why is transactional analysis used in Medical Nutrition Therapy? (3 points) is uswl Mn Mexico—(9 Nmifimqwcqay grown/5mm ‘Ma/W ‘ L+is so WWW 106138658 PMfieMAfllthWMojh assess W W306 mufivwr-im, 13. What is self-efficacy and give two ways a nutrition counselor can increase self- fii ' l' 3 ' ? . o gafifimfi%&.$mis imam N} a §tym3 sot/35c 01’: 9% L tmx CW (NIH/l a FMW’L WW 3 lm WQW ij/LOLX’O Y‘éSpUYxSlbe—E, “Ry The transtheoretical model contains several stages: precontemplation, contemplation, preparation, action and maintenance. 14. What is one suggested strategy to use in treatment working with a client in the Action stage (client is ready)? (3 points) . brag, cud-1M 10 lac-(>de "W W5 pa$+ vac.ce&§e,s W 760.4! or W 60“ SOW.WS (\§ 17‘“? W_ wW 09}- Pmrcwmm o bM—hbl/w ’ PYe' 0mm. We. so be is wmaajflo fioug (asn .9 .v iVoDOS ‘v 15.Whatis one suggested smmmmgofigwifllac entinthe recontcmplation stage (client is not ready)? (3 points) a'ugw m homotoqu {a read W S43, would 30M confide/r Veaotga w WJM W CH'iI/I bod/IL To i—C W ‘M low WC Og/Y‘WQSW 'W UP figure?" 16. What approach would you avoid when a client comes to you in the W P ontemplation stage (client is not ready)? (3 points) A‘P fisswwmjw Mud" is “mm WMWM Womqtoi’. .k risk; WW‘WW Uh Wlhmfi. 17. Describe the process of using a “typical Day” strategy to collect diet information. Why would you use this strategy? (3 points) ’Mg W3 Mgcsg¢gw {OW 8mm. pass/Ham. erigys tow-ohm c—(DLQ W H'wcru—Ld Maybe WLJLQL 18. In responding to a client’s statement, what are three possible intents (rationales) for the counselor’s response? 2 point each) a. Lafitte/met. 7’0 19. When the counselor chooses to focus on the experiences the client describes, responses might be about the clients feelings, thoughts, or behaviors. I was just so depressed about what had happened dwing the day I didn ’tfiael like watching what I ate so once I got to the party and started to eat, I just kept eating and eating. I elt o - "by and disggting. afterwards. From the text above: (2 points each) Write a unselor response that focuses on the feelings aspect. amgeuawu rm, 00th gm rascal Winfiw 0L3 “W W UAW tht— Write a ounselor response that focuses on the behavioral aspect. ' MOUOI “the Magma“ ‘hri 6% [40M 0mm {who 7 W0 ‘3 {WW Law W3 sum)? WSW 0am gm, WMPVDPYIQXL Pade b'WWanWPV‘C’K CWSUW c. 301w mlémK/rprti'f ® Q d. (Swag/Lev elm/«cs \masw‘wfi WWI/+61? atoN‘cL. #531“; M at wwegsquresgm t 5 21. What do roadblocks do? (2 points) OM blooms ‘thbH—W W ‘RKOYH WON/SSW) tWvaeg,wW—btxp CWQetcfv 9w 5, . flm—Pted bwavtcmresmzt mellow WW out/wt- Lag u "l9 Progress Okhwq’ would Wynn/{j Write the letter from the response type below next to the most appropriate definition or description (questions 22-32). (2 points each) ,K Noting discrepancy, confrontation, challenge B. Self-disclosing, self-referent, self-involving Giving feedback, Immediacy ,D.’ Legitimation, Affirmation, Normalization ,E.’ Respect F. Empathizing or Reflection «G. Mirroring or Parroting ,Pl'. Questioning A! Paraphrasing, Summarizing 1 Attending, Active listening ,K’. Clarifying, Probing, Prompting Identificatiofi and acknowledgement of a client’s feelings. Accept and validate the client’s emotional ex - - ‘ence. 26. Q Repeat back to a client exactly what was said or wi very few words chan ed. Rephrasing of the content of what the client said and meant. The counselors I best guess of what the client meant. Summarize the content of several statements. . m Feedback about what has been direct] observed. In the office. . Gatherin information. Enco - ' 31 versus what is done. ’ E Focus on counselor. Build trust, provide a model. Counselor describing his or her own emotion. 6 Write into the blank M task that needs to be monplished in each of the follmvt’ng four phases of the mtivatlonal n n " n-counseling algorithm (2potnts each) Involving Exploration & Education l Resolving "' -' In the Resolving phase, levels are related to readiness. For each of the following levels, what is the goal; what is the major task to accomplish and give ONE example of a strategy or approach you might take to accomplish at this level. (2 points each) a ‘ Task to Accomp ' h 0 ti» (avg-r Ape M 00 nix 7 40. Your 45-year old client has been told by his doctor that he needs to lose weight and the doctor has recommended he see you for help in working on a eating plan. In talking to your client he has told you more reasons why he CAN’T work on his weight right now than why he CAN. You “decide to try reducing his ambivalence about weight loss—by creating a ‘balance sheet’ for the pros and cons for behavior change versus no behaviOr change. Draw a 2x2 grid, label the cells appropriately, and write an appropriate example of what your client might say in each of the cells. You can make up any details necessary to create examples. You only need an; example for each cell. (5 points) 6" fiqm TYD ‘ bcthZic-j Mirthr> Pad/UM In as W wivm wit» 60cm: blot/roam.» ’ loo Conga/ho floo‘n 9=C gh‘czem (0“ ‘1' Lb”) P W l % wHQ3IuollA WWlUpC/Vfi mm L" 5x —bhi£ woe-0K- 42.Na1‘ne three co nents of a comprehensive nutrition assessment according to the Mew Association. (3 points) wad; HWer - M3 WW3 {744th VDPWl o 00cm 8 43. Circle the two most useful physical assessment and weight standard for assessing obesity. (2 points) a. Weight for height tables 44. John has come to see you regarding his high blood pressure. He feels that he does not have a health problem and the doctor is being overly cautious. He weighs 195 lb. and is 5’8”. His blood pressure is 150/105. John lives with his wife and two children. He does not exercise and he eats out at a fast food place for breakfast and unch. Write up a SOAP note for John for your first session. (4 points). 8: ($ub]edwe/> High 9210061 PFCSSWowwrici, does raw 4w (zit/2c M haS (kWh pYDIolwm. Dims wim 'h/OO (/XWKL m ummmMewf’S MiaC-f 00! . ifcuhve, F D 3 PreSE-SUM 'u \ED—D/Lob .Pf': {OM is quh 'YlSk @SSLssmmfia/LM +0 Ms We)»: blood p'resw,matjhvb j URGMIL 0M M,PW\S cubism [s w P :Swmw chsiwgfiseeoa Conwam (PW) W pvt/row: game 40 8x0: Mag ‘ ' . 6W1 Chm/~19! “(Mafia fed/CW waqht P modyww 45. Give two examples of the social meaning of food. Give a technique how a nutrition counselor can determine the social meaning of a food from their client. (4 points) /_ RmmW/gr'P-F/ohoco LOLH.’ ‘/ Zea/notional? Vet/Q9 19W“ Wags E: b0 outta Me W'nh—bhrm/Lq ‘ obj W a 2L] "bar. rcaathuk-tfi Ma—Gg/tldohw wwmn W Lp/w WWrupfiW-fi" mam “Wu-’9'? W Cng’g‘lfi 46. If you are working with a client who has a different culture than yours. Give two Wm . techniques at will allow you to leam about his/her culture regarding certain foods. points) - I ‘ ___t)(\,\‘g wt LA f" Wi" ‘ amigauim wit/k h°+ am flicker-e flffidmwg. Mkrnfiabrwplb WWW gustiohs +0 Lu— ‘l7i0 (9W WK lama/rm m baggag- W W 47. Draw the A Model of Communication that we studied from Chapter 2 (p. 29? in Bauer. Explain the model and give 2 ways that ’ ' e a- e s - dedmeamng can be distorted. (8 points) I wharf - 1 I O {St L h CMSOW W W 2 . bodj S LamalLG-Ol C! a 0W \' [countetw not Mi on Ship amt .' -’ Shows Wow ectij UV i3 {M 6m ' ‘ I v r «org m «to W g ( g _ WiSlfiNerWmm‘rfi ; - 'Dnv; Showg Wlmj Ur l3 Wort-WM b PMaphaseé, QLM 48. Jane weighs 175 lbs. and is 5’2”. What is her BMI? 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