1. When engaging in a self-management approach, the client’s work occurs:
a) a mainly during formal sessions
b) equally during and outside of formal sessions
c) mainly between formal sessions
d) after formal sessions have been terminated
2. Diaphragmatic breathing serves to balance the _______ nervous system and _____ nervous system.
a) circulatory; sympathetic
b) symphathetic; parasympathethic
c) parasympathetic; circulatory
d) endocrine; parasympathetic
3. In DBT, a(n) ______ mind represents the middle ground between a completely rational mind and a wholly emotional mind.
4. ______ is defined as processes of re-establishing physiological homeostasis or stability of functioning through change.
5. ______ is a method of exposure theraphy in which there is gradual exposure over time to the feared stimulus using imagery, virtual reality, role plays, or in vivo approaches.
a) implosive therapy
c) systematic desensitization
d) acceptance and commitment therapy
6. In stress inoculation, the client is educated about the nature of a stress reaction and possible coping strategies that might be employed. The client is made aware that the coping strategies must focus on:
a) both physiological arousal and covert self-statements
b) cognitive processes such as covert self-statements
c) physiological arousal
d) inner dialogue only if accompained by physiological arousal
7. In solution-focused approaches, the client is viewed as a(n) _____ and the helper is viewed as a(n) _______ in the process of identifying what will be helpful.
a) student; student
b) student; expert
c) expert; student
d) expert; expert
8. Exposure therapy is considered to be a form of ______ therapy.
9. Self-management approaches are time-limited, deal with the ______, and focus on pragmatic problem resolution.
c) short-term future
d) long-term future
10. In motivational interviewing, ______ reflections add substantial meaning or emphasis to what the client is saying.