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Licensed Chemical Addictions Counselor Study Questions Question List

1 A vocabulary of counseling theories help counselors communicate with client and other staff better. What statement is true?
  1. Repression is involuntary removal of threatening thoughts, experiences, and feelings from our consciousness.
  2. Denial is pretending that something that is true is not true.
  3. The Id is the force of our personality utilized to obtained goals.
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3 One of the hyperactive adolescence clients threatens to try to overdose. It is suspected it is a ploy to get sympathy. How should the suicide threat be handled? What two options would you take?
  1. Check his records, social history and see if there were other suicide threats
  2. Interview the client. if he reveals he has attempted or had thoughts of suicide find out how; search the room.
  3. Discharge him immediately; threatening suicide is counterproductive for him and the other clients.
  4. Ignore the threat; he is faking, but keep a watch.
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4 Why it is necessary for a client to agree with a problem statement?
What statement is not correct?
  1. It will enhance the corporation of client’s efforts to achieve treatment goals.
  2. The complaint cannot be made that problem statements are not suitable for the client’s situation.
  3. It will ensure that client and counselor are in accord with problem to be address.
  4. Actually it does not manner. Problem statements are selected by a counselor from a list of problem statements provided by the administration of the center.
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5 Which does not describe Reality Therapy?
  1. The focus is to help clients change in the here and now.
  2. The major goal is to hold people accountable for their behavior and to teach them better and more effective ways of getting their needs met.
  3. One focus of this therapy is to help clients see how issues from their past continue to influence them and to help them with it.
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