Quiz 5: Case Approach to Person-Centered Therapy
Q 1Q 1
In person-centered therapy assessment occurs: A)during the first session. B)as an ongoing process throughout therapy. C)only after a solid therapeutic relationship has been built. D)only at the initial and termination phases of therapy. E)none of the above
Q 2Q 2
Person-centered therapists are: A)less invested in effecting client movement directly than in enabling their clients to make changes that they have chosen freely based on their desire to live in a more effective and satisfying manner. B)no longer convinced that the therapeutic relationship is of paramount importance in their work with clients. C)likely to adopt techniques from the cognitive behavioral approaches when working with deeply troubled individuals. D)in high demand at agencies that value brief therapy. E)all of the above.
Q 3Q 3
As basic assumption in counseling Ruth from a person-centered perspective is that counseling: A)should be directed at solving problems. B)is best aimed at teaching coping skills. C)works best when the therapist makes appropriate and timely interpretations. D)proceeds best if clients are provided with structure and direction. E)is aimed at helping clients tap their inner resources so she can better deal with her problems.
Q 4Q 4
What does the author believe about the trajectory of the person-centered therapist's development? A)With accumulating experience, person-centered therapists increasingly understand that the responsibility for change rests primarily with them (the therapists). B)Beginning therapists recognize early in training that active listening is very easy. C)The beginning therapist's empathic responding often remains superficial and sometimes becomes repetitive, which results in lack of progress because no deeper understanding of clients' experiences take place. D)Beginning therapists tend to be much more enthusiastic about the work than more experienced therapists, which makes them far more effective in their role. E)both (b) and (d).