Answer Brief e mails are no way to make a diagnosis Emotional icons are a poor

Answer brief e mails are no way to make a diagnosis

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Answer Brief e-mails are no way to make a diagnosis. Emotional icons are a poor substitute for real human interactions.
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Internet communications could be intercepted and misused. All of these are objections to Internet therapy. Add Question Here Question 202 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question Overall concerns with Internet therapies include Answer the fact that some providers may not be "trained" professionals. the possibility that communications can be intercepted and misused. whether a psychologist licensed in one state can legally do therapy in another, via the Internet. all of these concerns. Add Question Here Question 203 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question _____ allows the client and therapist to see and talk with each other over long distances through a two-way audio-video link, although it still lacks the close personal contact of face-to-face interaction. Answer REBT Person-centered therapy Videoconferencing EMDR Add Question Here Question 204 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question Regarding videoconferencing, which of the following statements is/are TRUE? Answer It provides more information about body language and other visual cues than the other "distance therapies." It is a helpful resource when clients live far away from therapists. It still lacks the close personal contact of face-to-face interactions. All of these statements are true. Add Question Here Question 205 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question Timon lives in a rural area that does not have ready access to mental health specialists nor is he able to travel long distances. So, his home health service provides him and his family with an audio-video link through computer monitors and speakerphones to a therapist once a week. Timon and his family are receiving the help of a trained therapist through Answer REBT. EMDR. videoconferencing. person-centered Internet therapy. Add Question Here Question 206 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question The man described in the text who was attempting to control his kleptomania by repeatedly and vividly imagining himself being arrested, handcuffed, taken to jail, and facing his wife’s anger and his son’s disappointment was using _____, which is a form of _____. Answer covert sensitization; behavior therapy avoidance therapy; REBT overt sensitization; existential therapy escape therapy; insight therapy Add Question Here Question 207 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question _____ is the use of learning principles to make constructive changes in behavior and includes aversion therapy, desensitization, and token economies. Answer Existential therapy Person-centered therapy Behavior therapy Brief psychodynamic therapy Add Question Here Question 208 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question Which of the following would NOT be considered a behavior therapy? Answer aversion therapy somatic therapy desensitization applied behavior analysis Add Question Here Question 209 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question _____ approaches include aversion therapy, desensitization, and token economies.
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