The main goal of behavior therapy is
a. eliminating maladaptive learning and providing for more effective learning.
b. assisting clients in making value judgments concerning their behavior.
c. expanding self-understanding and insight.
A factor that distinguishes the person-centered approach to group counseling from other approaches is
a. the focus on building genuine relationships among members.
b. the focus on creating a collaborative spirit.
c. the therapists role as facil
Which of the following individuals is not associated with family therapy?
a. Albert Ellis
b. Alfred Adler
c. Salvador Minuchin
d. Carl Whitaker
e. Cloe Madanes
In working with a triangulated relationship, Bowen would be inclined to p
In psychoanalytic therapy, how do clients work with their dreams?
a. They report their dreams and are encouraged to free associate to elements of dreams.
b. They look for mystical meanings underlying dreams.
c. They become each part of their dr
Assessment is a useful method of
a. involving the client as an active participant in treatment.
b. gaining insight into the clients subjective world.
c. evaluating a clients current level of functioning.
d. forming a case conceptualization.
One contribution of Adlerian therapy has been an emphasis on
a. social and psychological factors.
c. unconscious motivations.
d. empirical validation.
e. unleashing buried feelings.
Which approach to therapy focuses on
In the solution-oriented approach, which is NOT considered one of the three
basic parts to the structure of summary feedback?
b a bridge
c suggesting a
All of the following are techniqu
Glasser would agree with all of the following conclusions except which one?
a We strive to change the world outside ourselves to match our internal
pictures of what we want.
b We do not have to be the victim of our past.