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Unformatted text preview: 1. For a conversation between two people to be considered "therapy," all BUT WHICH of the following must be involved? A fee paid for the B. service 2. Telling your friend about a clients dysfunctional relationship, but leaving out the clients name and any other information (like his job, his age or where he lives) that may identify your client would be a breach of confidentiality. False 3. Which approach to therapy views humans as neither "good" nor "bad," but merely a product of their environment? D. Behavioral theory 4. A good psychological theory should do all BUT WHICH of the following? All of these things B. should be done by a good psychological theory. 5. A multiple role is: being both a C. counselor and something else (like a business associate) to a client. 6. Eysenck's 1952 article on the effectiveness of therapy concluded that: no evidence B. supported the effectiveness of therapy. 7. Which approach to therapy focuses on helping the client tap into her or his natural capacity for personal growth? Person-centered E. theory 8. YAVIS would fall under which category of common therapeutic factors? D. Extratherapeutic change 9. The unconditional positive regard that the therapist holds toward the client is considered a component of which common therapeutic factor? Therapeutic A. relationship 10. Which approach to therapy involves a neutral to pessimistic view of human nature and focuses on the importance of early childhood relationships? Psychoanalytic/psychodynamic/obje D. ct relations theory ...
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