General Counseling Questions. Please Answer!?

Question by Kelvin K: General counseling questions. Please answer!?
1. Action-oriented theories primarily focus on:

2. The role of the counselor in action-oriented theories tends to be:
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3. The influence and principles of behaviorism in the field of counseling have been:…
4. The Behavioral approach to counseling views clients’ problems as:

5. The primary goal of cognitive therapy is to:

6. Rational Emotive Behavioral Therapy (REBT) practitioners tend to be:

7. Play Therapy is useful for children because:

8. The testing and assessment process is crucial to accomplishing which of the following tasks?…
9. One of the advantages of using testing in counseling is:

10. Counselors rely on the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual for which of the following reasons?…
11. Many professionals in the counseling field oppose the concept of formal diagnosis because:…
12. Ideally, an assessment should include:

13. Which of the following best describes a standardized test?

14. The interpretations of assessment data should:

15. Because family counseling sessions can become emotionally charged, the effective family counselor tends to be:…
16. Power in the family is directly related to:

17. Family counseling shares greater similarity with:

18. Preparation for family counseling should include:

19. Compared to individual counseling, family counselors tend to be more:…
20. We would expect to find the strategy of a family counselor to include:…
21. The primary task of a vocational counselor is to:

22. Certain developmental problems such as career immaturity may be helped by the counselor applying ______________….
23. The first step in helping clients with career decisions involves:

24. Career counseling tends to focus on decision-making but also includes which of the following:…
25. A primary goal of career counseling is to optimize resources and decisions that lead to:…
26. John Holland’s theory of vocational development is divided into six categories and focuses on:…
27. Addictions counseling involves clients who abuse:

28. The difference between drug use and drug abuse is:

29. Narcotics affect a person’s system by:

30. Frequent adolescent drug abusers appear to be which of the following?…
31. With the elderly and disabled populations which of the following may trigger alcohol and/or drug abuse?…
32. Treatment of the drug abuser usually requires:

33. When working with a diverse population of clients the counselor’s job is to:…
34. When counseling culturally different clients, it is suggested that counselors:…
35. Aging clients may experience which of the following:

36. What is a major problem that persons with physical challenges face?…
37. When working with the disabled, it is important:

38. Family members of disabled individuals may experience which of the following?…
39. It is more useful to consider ethical issues and possible resolutions at which critical times:…
40. The process of seduction of a client by a counselor is:

41. The confidential nature of the counselor/client relationship may be ethically breached when:…
42. In a landmark court case, now referred to as the Tarasoff decision, a counselor:…
43. Counselors have an ethical and legal obligation to breach the vow of confidentiality when all of the following occur except:…
44. In experiments the ______ is manipulated by the experimenter.

45. Good research:

46. In an experiment the ______ is usually the measuring instrument (test)….
47. The experimental method tries to:

48. _______ is a plan, structure, and strategy of investigation conceived so as to obtain answers to research questions and to control variance….
49. A research design tells us:

50. Which of the following research method is used most often?

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