ask a lot of questions to get her talking. tell her what you would do in her situation. actively listen to try to clarify the problem. Add Question Here Question 46 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question The basic counseling skill of accepting the person's frame of reference involves all of the following EXCEPT Answer trying to understand the person's viewpoint. not imposing your opinions on the person seeking help. examining the person's problem through your own experiences. recognizing that there is no one "correct" perspective. Add Question Here Question 47 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question Darnell’s friend has just broken up with his girlfriend and appears depressed. Which of the following statements should Darnell use to effectively counsel his friend? Answer “Cheer up, there are plenty of girls at this college. Just go ask another one out.” “Go buy some flowers and surprise her. She’ll take you back.” “You’re better off without her. She was a nag, and she was spending all of your money.” “How are you feeling about breaking up with her?” Add Question Here Question 48 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question In counseling a friend, which of the following would NOT be one of your goals? Answer providing advice regarding a solution for your friend’s problem helping to clarify your friend’s problem providing support accepting your friend’s frame of reference Add Question Here Question 49 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question In counseling a friend, you are most likely to experience the "Yes, but" game, according to Eric Berne, if you Answer use closed questions. give advice. use reflection. fail to maintain confidentiality. Add Question Here Question 50 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question Your friend has just confided in you that she has failed a test. Which of the following statements would be the most helpful? Answer "If you study a little more, I'm sure you will do better." "That teacher gives the hardest tests and is so unfair." "I failed a test my first year, too. You'll get over it." "You must be feeling very frustrated." Add Question Here Question 51 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question Anna tells her friend Jeffrey that she is thinking about "dropping out of college." Jeffrey asks her, "Are you having trouble with your science and math courses? Did you talk to your instructors? Are you having trouble with your boyfriend?" Jeffrey's attempts to help might be more successful if he Answer asked more specific closed questions. explained how he studied for his college classes. told some of Anna's female friends about her problems so they could help her. refrained from doing any of these. Add Question Here Question 52 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question Your friend Linda comes to you with a personal problem. Which of the following behaviors should you AVOID?