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CTI - Anger Management: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Post Test

Psychologist, Ohio MFT and Counselor Post Test:
Only Psychologists, Ohio MFT's and Ohio Counselors taking this course for credit need to complete these additional questions below to be in compliance with their Boards. requirements. If you are not a psychologist, Ohio MFT or Ohio Counselor please return to the original Answer Booklet. You do not need to complete the additional questions below.

Audio Transcript Questions The answer to Question 1 is found in Track 1 of the Course Content. The Answer to Question 2 is found in Track 2 of the Course Content... and so on. Select correct answer from below. Place letter on the blank line before the corresponding question.
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Questions:

1.1 Which three methods of handling anger perpetuates anger?
1.2 What is an explanation for open aggression?
1.3 What is the objective for the Breathing to Relax Technique?
1.4 Which two methods of handling anger can lead to success?
2.1 What are four examples of active control?
2.2 What is the “Untwisting the Twister technique?
3.1 What is the Thrive Anyway exercise?
4.1 Which exercise helps a client focus on nurturing the relationships he had to fulfill personal needs that he felt were not being met?
4.2 What are the three columns used in the Underlying Values technique?
5.1 What technique focuses on disputing irrational thoughts about a situation and replacing them with rational ones?
6.1 Which technique helps prevent clients from showing negative anger towards their children?
6.2 Which of the five keys in handling children’s anger helps the client relate to their child on a personal level as well as provide insight to how the child may solve his or her own problems?
7.1 Which technique requires deep breathing to help the client focus their immediate attention on something rather than the object of their anger?
7.2 Which of the Four Rationalizations that Perpetuate Anger describes a situation where anger has become so routine that clients can’t imagine responding in any other way?
8.1 Of the four steps in “Assertive Training Through Role Playing”, which step requires the client to close his eyes and visualize the way the incident actually happened to help understand what initially went wrong in the situation?
8.2 Of the four steps in “Assertive Training Through Role Playing”, which step requires the client to role play the situation twice with other group members?
9.1 Which technique requires the client to write down how he felt about an angry situation that put stress on his relationship with another person, how he imagined the other person felt, and his plans for making amends?
9.2 Of the four behavior chance concepts, which helps the client deliberately establish a reputation as someone who cares rather than someone full of grudges?
10.1 Which technique helps deal with anger management client’s judgment based on personal rules?
11.1 Which technique is a creative visualization technique in which the client closes their eyes, focuses on a recent situation when she was angry, and evaluates his internal communication to find other emotions underlying his anger?
12.1 In which technique does the client write his needs and his fallback position and devise a specific need response and a negotiation response?
13.1 Which technique’s goal is to switch the client’s focus from depression and anger to more positive activities?
13.2 What two types of depression are mentioned in Intrapersonal Dynamics ?
14.1 Which technique requires the client to answer “What am I feeling?”, “Why am I feeling this way?” , What can I do about it?”, and “What am I going to do about it"?
Answers:

A. Personal insecurities
B. Suppression, open aggression, and passive aggression
C. Assertiveness and dropping it
D. Have the client focus on something else prior to displaying anger
E. this technique involves asking the client to look into a mirror for several minutes then looking at a photo of his/her controlling spouse, then asking the couple to imagine what their spouses felt about them. This technique may help a client understand the reasons for control.
F. Bossiness, criticism, stubbornness, and chronic rebuttals
G. Relationship developing exercise
H. A self-affirmation exercise in which the client repeats a few phrases to his/herself each week to focus on the meaning behind these phrases.
I. Rational emotive therapy
J. Verbal dialogue, inner monologue, equality response
K. Share your own experience
L. Let go by holding on
M. Breath deeply technique
N. Anger is a familiar habit
O. Step four
P. Step one
Q. Choosing positive communication
R. Making Amends Journal
S. Reframing technique
T. Order on chaos technique
U. Response choice technique
V. Suppressed and agitated
W. The fishbowl technique
X. Four Question Challenge

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Questions:

15.1 According to Mace, what are four different anger expression styles that he found during his research on love and anger in marriage?
15.2 According to Holt, what are the two categories of anger expression?
15.3 Social Learning Theory asserts that responses to anger can be learned through modeling. What are the four steps in the Social Learning Theory?
16.2 According to Towl and Crighton, poor anger management can result in what kind of health problems of the individual and of those affected by their anger?
17.1 What do cognitive methods mainly focus upon, according to Novaco?
18.1 Of the two different categories of impulsive behavior set by Milligan and Waller, internally directed and externally directed, women are more likely to engage in which category?
18.2 Of the two different categories of impulsive behavior set by Milligan and Waller, internally directed and externally directed, men are more likely to engage in which category?
18.3 What are some examples of impulsive behaviors that are internally directed?
18.4 What are some examples of impulsive behaviors that are externally directed?
19.1 In the Health Behavior of School-Aged Children survey, children in grades 6-10 were stratified into what 2-stage cluster of classes?
20.1 When associating gender and their behavior when angry, which activity had no gender difference?
21.1 Serious substance abuse is associated with what two disorders?
22.1 John was diagnosed with what type of disorder?
23.1 What are three groups of drug abusers seeking outpatient treatment that were evaluated with regard to levels of anger and depression?
24.1 What kind of behavior is associated with cocaine abusers according to Helfrich and colleagues?
25.1 According to the data, aggression proneness was significantly higher among which culture?
26.1 Therapists mediated the student’s ability to engage in reciprocal problem-solving by encouraging them to do what four steps?
Answers:

A. Constructive anger (positive ways to express anger and involves ‘an interpersonal transaction in which there can be more than one winner) and destructive anger (a situation in which ‘the angry person wants to win at any cost’)
B. venting anger (putting up a fight verbally or physically), suppressing anger (avoiding the issue), processing anger (both parties sitting down to look at the situation objectively), and dissolving anger (detaching oneself from the situation and accepting no concern about it nor involvement in it)
C. To model behavior, it needs to first be observed and attended to; second, the observer needs to remember the behavior; third, the observer needs to mentally rehearse the behavior; fourth, rewarding and punishing consequences usually determines whether a behavior becomes modeled
D. Modification of anger-inducing triggers
E. Externally directed
F. Physical and mental ill health
H. Self-harm, drug use, alcohol abuse, binge eating
I. Uncontrolled buying, risky sexual behaviors, risky driving
J. Internally directed
K. Racial/Ethic status, geographic region and countries’ metropolitan statistical area status
L. Antisocial Personality Disorder and Borderline Personality Disorder
M. Cigarette smoking
N. Impulsive behavior, acting out, and poor relationships with authority figures
O. Borderline Personality Disorder
P. Cocaine abusers, heroin abusers, and marijuana abusers
Q. Recognize and identify a problem, consider possible options and outcomes, choose a problem-solving strategy, and plan on how to evaluate the outcome
R. Japanese

 
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