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Quiz 6 :
Developing Counseling Goals

Quiz 6 :
Developing Counseling Goals

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Using goal-setting to determine when counseling should terminate is an example of the:
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Helping a client overcome her fear of talking about goals and her future is an example of a:
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A

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Who is more responsible for process goals in counseling?
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A good outcome goal should:
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In the context of goal-setting, the confrontational response is likely to address:
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When the affirming response is misused:
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A by-product of goal-setting by clients is:
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When working with clients of a different cultural background, the counselor should:
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Client resistance to goal-setting should be interpreted as:
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Roleplay may be used by the counselor in the goal-setting stage when:
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Process goals will be different for each client.
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Outcome goals that describe desired behavior change are poor goals for some clients.
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Counselor questioning is one way to get clients to set goals for counseling.
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The confrontational response tends not to be useful in getting clients to think about discrepancies in their communications.
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The affirming response may be thought of as a way of saying to the client "I know you have within you the capability to do this".
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Often, goal-setting allows clients to have a different view of their problems and concerns.
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Most guidelines for counseling goal-setting are similar for multicultural clients.
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Clients are more likely to contribute to outcome goals than to process goals.
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When clients resist goal-setting, it usually is because they don't want to commit themselves to change.
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In the Goal-Setting Map, overall goals lead to sub-goals which, in turn, lead to specific tasks.
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