What will the second stage of treatment generally

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What will the second stage of treatment generally involve? a. brief and intensive group therapy with other clients who have borderline personality disorder to discuss Alvira’s suicidal thoughts b. meeting with a cognitive therapist at least twice a week to learn self-respect and problem-solving skills c. discussing the loss of her parents at age five and how this relates to Alvira’s current emotional problems d. working to replace her most extreme and dysfunctional behaviors with more adaptive and effective ways of coping ANS: C DIF: Moderate OBJ: 14.3b MSC: Understanding NOT: APA Goal 1, Knowledge Base in Psychology | APA Goal 3, Ethical and Social Responsibility in a Diverse World | APA Goal 5, Professional Development 81. Madeline is in treatment for a mental health disorder. In the first step of the process, she learns that every time she feels like cutting herself, she should instead listen to jazz music, which soothes her. By substituting a harmful behavior with a more adaptive one, Madeline is learning coping skills that will help her in the next step of therapy as she reflects on the abuse she suffered in childhood. Madeline is being treated with a. cognitive therapy. b. behavioral therapy. c. rational-emotive therapy. d. dialectical behavior therapy. ANS: D DIF: Easy OBJ: 14.3b MSC: Applying NOT: APA Goal 1, Knowledge Base in Psychology | APA Goal 5, Professional Development
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82. The last stage of dialectical behavior therapy is __________, and this stage is important because __________. a. identifying the traumatic experiences; these experiences caused the emotional problems b. helping the client develop as an independent, self-respecting person; it reduces the client’s problematic dependence on others c. replacing dysfunctional behaviors with adaptive ones; the underlying cause of the disorder is classical and operant conditioning d. dealing with the self-harming behaviors; it increases the client’s self-esteem ANS: B DIF: Moderate OBJ: 14.3b MSC: Applying NOT: APA Goal 1, Knowledge Base in Psychology | APA Goal 5, Professional Development 83. Alberto has antisocial personality disorder, and in addition to therapeutic sessions, his doctor would like to prescribe a psychotropic medication to treat his symptoms. The doctor may have some small success with all of the following EXCEPT a. atypical antipsychotics. b. stimulants. c. anti-anxiety drugs. d. lithium. ANS: A DIF: Difficult OBJ: 14.3c MSC: Remembering NOT: APA Goal 1, Knowledge Base in Psychology | APA Goal 3, Ethical and Social Responsibility in a Diverse World | APA Goal 5, Professional Development 84. Sean is receiving treatment for antisocial personality disorder. His therapist knows that treating Sean will be __________ because Sean __________. a. easy; has low self-esteem, which is quickly fixed with cognitive therapy b. moderately difficult; may not respond to mood-stabilizing drugs c. very difficult; has difficulty creating a positive client–therapist relationship d. impossible; views his problems as too overwhelming to treat ANS: C DIF: Easy OBJ: 14.3c MSC: Understanding NOT: APA Goal 1, Knowledge Base in Psychology | APA Goal 3, Ethical and Social Responsibility in
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