Addressing the Specific Behavioral Health Needs of Men Post-Test

Please complete the following questions. You must score at least an 80% or higher to pass the test. You have unlimited attempts to complete the test.

1. Pressures on men can stem from
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2. The term sex refers to:
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3. The term gender:
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4. Gender identity
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5. Masculinity ideologies
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6. Rituals are socially supported events that people use to:
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7. In the United States masculinity rituals include
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8. Males are more likely than women to respond to emotional stress by drinking because:
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9. Non-expressive males often deal with:
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10. Alexithymia is:
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11. Risk taking behavior in males can lead to:
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12. The following theories detail the socialization of men:
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13. The Gender Role Conflict Scale is used in the following areas EXCEPT:
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14. According to Exhibit 1.1, the following are the most common used substances EXCEPT:
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15. The difference between screening and assessment:
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16. Males respond differently to screening and assessment settings compared to females because:
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17. The following is the correct order of screening and assessment:
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18. A young male is brought to the ER after a road traffic accident with minor injuries. He is aggressive and reluctant to share information. He has slurred speech and an unsteady gait. What should be the next step of the health care provider?
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19. Sensation seekers:
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20. Highly stimulating activities such as bungee jumping, car racing, and substance use are:
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21. The feeling of shame associated with a behavioral health problem can lead to:
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22. The following are the signs of bypassed shame except:
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23. The scale that documents the extent to which shame as a negative emotion is internalized as a feeling of inferiority, worthlessness, inadequacy and alienation is:
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24. A behavioral health clinician sits down with a male client to assess him for the first time. What are the steps he should ensue?
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25. Males usually avoid expressing themselves in discussions. How can the behavioral health provider engage the client during a counseling session?
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26. How does a behavioral clinician (male or female) overcome gender bias while addressing a male client?
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27. What is countertransference?
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28. Two of the most potent countertransference issues female counselors may experience in working with men are:
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29. Female behavioral clinicians may face countertransference issues of anger while working with men because:
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30. Male health counselors are at an advantage with male clients because:
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31. Disadvantages of male counselors in all male setting are:
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32. The following features are prominent in individuals who have difficulty in expressing emotions EXCEPT:
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33. A male client is deficient in expressing his emotions in a group setting. How should the behavioral counselor facilitate him?
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34. A 33 year old male with history of heroine abuse seeks professional assistance. He admits to committing violent acts and has had a relapse after his previous rehabilitation course. What measures should the clinician take to help him?
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35. Regarding domestic violence:
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36. The following is not preferred while treating men who have suffered domestic violence:
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37. A newly wed male client comes to a counselor for help. He has bouts of depression and is trying to conceive a baby with his wife. He is a heavy drinker and this is affecting his role as a husband. What should te clinician advise him to do?
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38. Regarding one's sexual identity:
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39. How should a behavioral health clinician address a male client who has been sexually assaulted in his childhood?
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40. A male client is worried about his role as a father to his three young children. He feels he is not involved enough and this feeling of guilt is causing alterations in his behavior which is simultaneously taking a toll on his relationship with his wife. He seeks help from a behavioral counselor. What should the counselor tell him?
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41. The following are disadvantages of a father suffering from substance abuse except:
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42. The difference between religion and spirituality is:
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43. How does spirituality/religion help behavior therapy?
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44. Clients with co-occurring mental disorders should:
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45. A thorough mental health exam of the client is important because:
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46. Regarding treatment of co-occurring disorders in men:
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47. Women are more likely to have anxiety disorders as compared to males. The only two exceptions are:
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48. Regarding anxiety disorders among men:
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49. Obstacle in treating anxiety disorders in men:
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50. PTSD rates are generally higher:
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51. The rate of PTSD is twice as high in:
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52. Among men, the two types of trauma that most likely lead to PTSD are:
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53. A young male soldier was discharged from the Army after serving in Iraq for six months. He had encountered near death experiences twice. When he got home he experienced trauma symptoms. The following describe his state EXCEPT:
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54. M-TREM is a modality of treatment used for PTSD patients. This abbreviation stands for:
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55. The M-TREM model is based upon eight assumptions and responses of how treatment of men with PTSD should differ from that of women. The following are among those eight points accept:
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56. Masculine ideology may hinder the treatment process of males with PTSD in the following way:
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57. CSR is the abbreviation for:
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58. CSR is defined as:
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59. All of the following are common causes of CSR except:
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60. Freezing up, feeling of impending doom and unpredictable responses to ordinary situations are all symptoms of:
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61. Veterans are entitled to the following after returning home from war:
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62. Social phobia:
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63. Men with social phobia are more likely to seek treatment as compared to females because:
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64. Regarding anticipatory anxiety:
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65. Regarding treatment of Social Anxiety Disorder:
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66. Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
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67. GAD is the abbreviation for:
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68. A young female had been suffering from GAD for the past three years. Her symptoms are debilitating at times. She has started to take alcohol to cope with her symptoms. She wants to seek treatment:
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69. Regarding mood disorder
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70. The difference between dysthymia and cyclothymia is:
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71. Depression in general is known to be more common among females due to:
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72. Depressive symptoms:
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73. Depression can be treated by the following methods EXCEPT:
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74. Which one is true regarding depression manifestation in males and females:
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75. Regarding manifestation of Bipolar Disorder in males and females:
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76. Bipolar Disorder should be treated by:
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77. Schizophrenia is defined as:
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78. Age of onset of schizophrenia:
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79. Hallucinations and delusions are called Positive Symptoms in Schizophrenia. This terms refers to:
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80. Regarding treatment of Schizophrenia:
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81. Pathological gambling is defined as:
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82. GATE is a method formulated to deal with suicidal patients. E in GATE stands for?
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83. Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI):
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84. Treatment of TBI should aim to:
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85. Homosexual and Bisexual men are more likely to suffer from substance use disorder. They are also more likely to:
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86. During counseling of a gay client, the sexual orientation of the counselor should be taken into account due to:
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87. Which statement is true regarding Detoxification?
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88. The following are treatment modalities except?
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89. What is the most widely used treatment modality in substance abuse treatment?
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90. According to Van Wormer sex segregation is important in group treatment because:
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91. Who developed Time Out! For Men (TOMFEN) and how many sessions does it comprise of?
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92. The following are goals for working with male clients in couples/family therapy except:
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93. One of the most effective treatment strategies is enhancing Motivation and Motivational Interviewing. In motivational interviewing:
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94. A young male working successfully at a consulting firm was found to have substance abuse disorder. His employer mandated him for therapy and cautioned him for job loss if he denied. The outcome was better than expected because:
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95. Men are more likely to relapse into illicit drug use. What are the determinants of relapse?
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96. The availability and accessibility to over drugs/medication has become easier over the past decade. Factor which fosters substance use disorders is:
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97. An epidemiological study was carried out (Perron et al 2009) of Barriers to seeking treatment. Roughly a quarter a quarter of those who admitted a need for treatment but did not seek it said that embarrassment was a key factor in their decision. How can a clinician facilitate the client into changing is decision?
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98. The 12 Step program is the best known mutual help group for clients seeking eradication of substance use. Some of the associated advantages are:
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99. Sponsorship augments group therapy. A sponsor is:
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100. The most important contributing factor for drug availability is:
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