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Which of the following questions might be asked by a counselor conducting a biopsychosocial interview as part of a new client’s intake appointment?
Which of the following interviews use the DSM-5?
For which client would a partial hospitalization program be the best place to get care?
Jacob – A thirteen year old whose mother recently died. While he is exhibiting some signs of depression, he is still maintaining a normal routine as far as school and his social life are concerned.
Amanda – A six year old who was recently diagnosed with ADHD. She is struggling in school because she is exhibiting a wide range of behaviors typically associated with ADHD. Her parents recently joined a support group for parents to try to help them sort through different treatment options.
Robert – A nine year old who is diagnosed with Oppositional Defiant Disorder and Disruptive Mood Dysregulation Disorder and is unable to currently control his emotional and behavioral outbursts at both home and school.
Olivia – A sixteen year old who has attempted suicide in the past and recently disclosed to her therapist she is feeling suicidal again.
You are doing an intake, and you ask about family constellation, particularly the client’s family of origin. Your client tells you she has three siblings, all older by eight years or more, and she has one younger sibling, three years her junior. According to Adlerian theory, you can assume she will take the role of:
After your initial session with Nicole, she asks you what you have diagnosed her with. Because your theoretical orientation is Rogerian, you answer:
A counselor is setting up group therapy screening appointments. She gathers the information that she will give the members to help them understand the process of being part of a therapy group. The best predictor of client success in a therapy group is:
In terms of a process group, pre-screening clients ______________group member satisfaction.
The following is not appropriate content for the pre-group screening discussion?
Children who experience frequent mood swings, tantrums, periods of anger and depression were once diagnosed as having bi-polar disorder. Today, the diagnosis would be:
A couple is concerned about the behavior of their 5 year old who periodically throws tantrums and experiences angry outbursts when he is frustrated. This child does not quite meet the criteria to be diagnosed with bi-polar disorder but a counselor should withhold making the diagnosis because:
The criteria for diagnosing children with autism and related disorders is known as:
Which of the following conditions is a criterion for determining an eating disorder?
Which of the following would be affected by Major Neurocognitive Disorder?
What categories is Neurocognitive Disorder broken into?
A client’s father passed away over a month ago. Her symptoms are consistent with Major Depressive Disorder. In supervision, your Clinical Supervisor challenges you to reconsider your diagnosis based on the current DSM V which indicates:
A professional counselor is making a diagnosis to submit to the insurance company. The client has no other mental health issues other than grieving the loss of her cat of 20 years. How should the counselor document this?
Your supervisor suggests that you give your client a Beck’s Depression Inventory (BDI) Test. This is a(n)
Self-report tests like the BDI: