Approaches to Therapy in Substance Abuse Treatment and Family Therapy 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. Providers must ____ and ____ client’s ability to effect change in their own lives.
2. Due to the influence of a psychoanalytic tradition, ________ receives much less emphasis in family therapy than in substance abuse treatment.
3. Recent post-modern therapies such as __________ emphasize the meaning of language not subjectivity of treatment.
4. ____ for families commonly in substance abuse treatment settings are not always sufficient to bring about lasting change in family relationships, therefore almost all clients with substance use disorders can benefit from family therapy.
5. The client’s _____ of recovery may have the greatest effect on the ability to participate in family therapy and substance abuse treatment.
6. McGoldrick and Gerson (1985) developed a pictorial chart of three generational family relationships with symbols that illustrate births, marriages, divorces, and other family events, which is called _______.
7. Genograms can help identify all of the following EXCEPT ______.
8. Painful or embarrassing histories for families that often are obscured can be revealed through the _______.
9. A variation of the genogram, ____, arranges family members in relation to a specific problem.
10. O’Farrell and Fals-Stewart (1999) suggested conducting a(n) ______ prior to beginning family therapy to determine stage of readiness for treatment of assess for substance abuse.
11. According to Northey (2002), ______ of AAMFT members reported assessing a client for substance abuse within the previous year.
12. Essential topics for review in therapy are all of the following EXCEPT ______.
13. People in recovery are required to accept their ________ over the substance formally abused in traditional substance abuse treatment.
14. Respect, attention and all of the following EXCEPT _______ are the perceived needs in the therapy session that fostered the modality of family therapy.
15. According to Prochaska et al (1992), all of the following are stages of change EXCEPT _____.
16. Historically, in the substance abuse community, it was believed that breaking through client's defenses through the use of _________ was necessary to overcome denial.
17. Miller et al (1998) found that sometimes confrontation is the _______ effective method for getting clients to change substance abuse behaviors.
18. When the individual with a substance abuse disorder is motivated to seek treatment is ______ evidence that the family is equally motivated.
19. Family members may fear treatment due to _____ .
20. One cultural barrier to treatment is the _____ of families or individual to comply with the customs of the dominant culture.
21. Family therapy can be divided into two groups with the focus of ______.
22. According to Steinglass et al (1987) and Behavioral Contracting, substance abuse is the ______ for the substance-abusing family.
23. Bepko and Krestan’s (1985) theory utilizes the technique of interrupting and blocking emotional and functional overresponsiblity using the pride system of the spouse in the ________ stage of treatment.
24. Behavioral marital Therapy as discussed by McCrady and Epstein (2002) proposes that external antecedent and substance use relations is ________ by recognition and affective states.
25. One strategy and techniques of Brief Strategic Family Therapy is the intervening __________.
26. Both normative and nonnormative crisis are instrumental in starting and maintaining adolescent drug problem as indicated by Liddle (1999) and Hogue (2001), in _______ modality of therapy
27. One goal of _____ is to consolidate abstinence by focusing on resolving dysfunctional rules, roles and alliances.
28. In multisystemic therapy, interventions are ______ and _______.
29. __________ focuses on helping client to realize they can maintain sobriety and has so on occasions in the past
30. A strategy of Stanton’s therapy techniques (1982) is to emphasize _____ over ________.
31. According to the Wegscheider-Cruse’s Theory all of the following on basic roles family members adopt in a family when substances are abused, EXCEPT _____________.
32. One strategy of the Wegscheider-Cruse’s Theory is to _______.
33. Fulfillment of unconscious needs and demands are the outcome when family’s establish roles as part of what element of the family as a system?
34. All of the following are examples of family subsystems as provided by Richardson (1991) EXCEPT _____.
35. ______ is a tendency in all families to resist change to maintain the family’s balance.
36. Steinglass, Bennett, Wolin and Reiss (1987) defined a family that has adjusted to substance abuse as ________.
37. Family systems model can explain what a family of a client with a substance abuse disorder may act differently when the substance abusing family member enters recovery.
38. _____ is when two family members divert their attention towards another family member in an attempt to avoid their own conflict and reduce their emotional pain.
39. Families with high levels of _____ tend to result in triangulation occurring.
40. According to ______, improvement in the quality of marital interactions can increase motivation to seek treatment and decrease marital dissolution.
41. In structural therapy techniques, the therapist motivates change through the process of _____ with the family
42. _______ helps family members build new systems or remove themselves from existing systems.
43. Which of the following can have a significant influence on an individual’s substance use in the sociocultural model?
44. Wallace (1989) describes the holistic approach as a ____________ model.
45. Detoxification is a form of substance abuse treatment according to the text.
46. ________ provides counseling and other forms of non-pharmacological assistance for helping with treatment, but generally do not have onsite medical services.
47. According to Gerstein (1999), SIT is typically used in programs toward insured populations. SIT stands for _________.
48. TC’s also work on which of the following in addition to helping clients abstain from substance abuse?
49. One benefit of a therapist attending 12 step meetings is __________.