ch04038 The attachment that a client develops toward the therapist and the

Ch04038 the attachment that a client develops toward

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5.ch04038The attachment that a client develops toward the therapist and the therapy process is known as the ________.Student ResponseValue CorrectAnswerFeedback A.working allegianceB.reciprocal allegianceC.therapeutic alliance100%D.transferenceneurosis
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Score:1/1 6.ch04063The concept of cognitive distortions would be most important to ________.Student ResponseValue CorrectAnswerFeedback Score:1/1 7.ch04042Sue goes to a therapist for treatment of her depression. She is asked to lie down on a couch and say anything that comes to her mind. Her therapist sits in a chair behind her, out of direct view. For the next50 minutes she lets her mind wander, saying whatever she wants. Her therapist says very little. Her therapist is using ________.Student ResponseValue CorrectAnswerFeedback free association 100%Score:1/18.ch04024 Shakespeare's quote "There is nothing either good or bad, but thinking
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makes it so," most closely reflects the views of ________ therapists.Student Response Value CorrectAnswerFeedback cognitive100%C.humanisticD.existential Score:1/1 9.ch04010In psychoanalytic therapy, it generally takes ________ for a transference relationship to develop and be resolved.Student ResponseValue CorrectAnswerFeedback A.several hours ora few daysB.several days or a few weeksC.several weeks ora few monthsD.months or years100%Score:1/110.ch04002Freud called ________ the "royal road to the unconscious."Student ResponseValue CorrectAnswerFeedback
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