Impact of Substance Abuse on Families 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. An example of how substance abuse has distinct effects on different family structures could be a parent of small children who may attempt to ___________________ for deficiencies that his or her substance abusing spouse have developed as a consequence of the substance abuse.
2. Reilly (1992) describes all of the following as characteristics of patterns of interaction in families where the parent or child abuses substances EXCEPT ________________.
3. In couples were one partner abuses substances, the partner who is not using substances often _____________ the provider role.
4. Codependents Anonymous (CoDA) (1998) describes codependency as ________________.
5. According to CoDA (1998), all of the follow are a pattern of behaviors for codependent people EXCEPT _______.
6. One of the lifelong problems for children who parents have an alcohol problem is ____________.
7. According to the text, _________ can become blurred when the child assumes the adult role and the parent who is abusing substances assumes the child role.
8. Anderson (1997) proposes all of the following as strategies for addressing substance abuse in a stepfamily EXCEPT _________.
9. One of the issues adolescent who are complete treatment need to be prepared for is the going back to a(n) ____________ family.
10. When a client how abuses substances is receiving treatment for the substance use as well as family therapy concurrently, it is important that ________________ does not occur.