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Question number: 1

» Therapeutic Approaches » Psychotherapy

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Saying whatever comes to mind, even if it seems senseless, painful, or embarrassing, is part of the Freudian technique known as

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Choice (5) Response

a.

unconditional regard.

b.

non-directive therapy.

c.

directive therapy.

d.

free association.

e.

transactional analysis.

Question number: 2

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The most enthusiastic or optimistic view of Psychotherapy comes from:

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a.

Reports of clinicians

b.

Outcome research

c.

Applied research

d.

Psychologist Hans Eysenck

e.

All of the above

Question number: 3

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Freud called which of the following the “royal road to the unconscious”?

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a.

dream analysis.

b.

analysis of transference.

c.

free association.

d.

analysis of resistance.

e.

understanding consciousness

Question number: 4

» Therapeutic Approaches » Humanistic Therapy

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Two explicitly directive psychotherapeutic approaches are

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Choice (5) Response

a.

Behavior therapy and humanistic therapy

b.

Behavior therapy and psychodynamic therapy

c.

Humanistic therapy and existential therapy

d.

Cognitive therapy and behavior therapy

e.

None of the above

Question number: 5

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The therapeutic alliance involves each of the following aspects of the therapeutic context except for:

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a.

quality of the emotional bond

b.

spontaneous remission

c.

ability of client/therapist to agree on therapy goals

d.

time of collaboration

e.

degree of collaboration