Quiz 9 - Score: 1/1 5. What do Miller and Rollnick mean by...

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Quiz 9 In the alcohol/drug recovery field, the term "hitting bottom," refers to:    Student Response Value A. abusing crude versions of drugs such as  rubbing alcohol. B. committing illegal activities in order to  acquire drugs. C.  reaching the point where individuals  decide to do something about their  drug/alcohol use. 100%  D.  bring committed in a psychiatric institution. Score: 1/1    2.   Common defense components of resistance to change include all but:    Score: 1/1    3.   Effective motivational strategies include all but: 
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Quiz 9   Score: 1/1    4.   The stage of change, when you tip the balance, evoke reasons for change, risks for not changing, is the: 
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Unformatted text preview: Score: 1/1 5. What do Miller and Rollnick mean by FRAMES? Quiz 9 Score: 1/1 6. The non-directive motivational interview is symbolized by OARS. What does OARS stand for? Score: 1/1 7. The stages of a formal intervention in order are: Quiz 9 Score: 1/1 8. The "primary" goal of a formal alcohol/drug intervention, is to: Score: 1/1 9. According to this chapter, interventions are more effective when: Score: 1/1 10. Quiz 9 Participants in an intervention need to guard against an abusers ability to:...
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This note was uploaded on 03/03/2011 for the course ADA 3330 taught by Professor Simpson during the Summer '10 term at Western Michigan.

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