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John H. Williamson HUSV 106 Dr. Connolly 13 Dec 18 Final Exam Part I 1. Name as many of the goals for therapy as you can. a. Increase motivation for recovery; b. Convey the whole family message; c. Change family patterns that work against recovery; d. Prepare the family for what to expect in Early recovery; e. Hook family members into longer term source of support. 2. Which technique allows the family to work on their own, outside of therapy? a. Enactment. 2. Session one is the easiest for the therapist and the hardest one for the family. b. True 3. When a child continues to use drugs and alcohol, the parents can take a series of steps, ranging from small to very large, to get through to the child. Describe them. 1. Talking, lecturing, and giving good advice. 2. Setting clear and measurable consequences (removing privileges, restriction, etc.) and enforcing them. 3. Refusing to give the child money except for the basic needs. 4. Not rescuing if the child gets in school trouble. 5. Not rescuing if the child gets in legal trouble. 6. Locking the child out of the house after curfew. 7. Calling the police for illegal activities such as driving while impaired, assault, or property damage. 8. If the child is eighteen or older, giving him or her the ultimatum: “We love you and we want to help. But if you continue to use alcohol or other drugs in any amount while living with us, you must either go to inpatient treatment of leave home.” 9. If the child is a minor, taking out a petition through a judge, declaring him or her an “un- disciplined child” (or similar terminology). Depending on the local jurisdiction, the child may then be taken from the home and placed in a training school or other institution. 10. Legal commitment to inpatient treatment because of danger to self or other. 4. What assumptions are related to the medical model of chemical dependence?
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Addiction is: -a progressive disease that goes through stages. -a chronic, long-term condition. -can only be treated NOT CURED. -is a PRIMARY disease. -ABSTINENCE is the only viable option. -ingesting drugs leads to loss of control. Part II 5. Define psychological trauma. Is a type of damage to the mind that occurs as a result of a severely distressing event. Trauma is often the result of an overwhelming amount of stress that exceeds one's ability to cope, or integrate the emotions involved with that experience.
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