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BCS - Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Strategies for Treating Anxiety 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 What are three parenting styles that foster anxiety in children?
2.1 What are the three bases of Claire Weekes’s Self Care Approach Treatment?
3.1 In systematic desensitization, how is nonfunctional behavior gradually modified and converted into a desired behavior?
4.1 Why do clients need help differentiating thoughts from reality?
5.1 What is a core issue for clients with anxiety?
5.2 What did Psychologists Michel Dugas and Robert Ladouceur find out about clients with anxiety?
5.3 What idea may not work for anxiety clients, and might actually make things worse?
6.1 What may be the only strategy for some clients if certain obsessions couldn’t or shouldn’t be acted out in real life?
7.1 Why does unfinished business take on a life of its own?
8.1 Where is one of the most common forms of restitution found in?
8.2 If a client makes the vital decision to move forward, what can their past teach them?
8.3 What does ‘relational restitution’ mean in this section?
9.1 What are the three steps in the “Overcoming Regret” technique?
9.2 How can clients work out their mental muscle?
9.3 What two examples rank high on the “Wish-I’d-Done-It” list?
10.1 What may be the main benefit that clients, like Samuel, could achieve from role playing?
11.1 What are two functions of observing anxiety?
12.1 What is a person’s attractiveness to others powerfully influenced by?
12.2 Under “Discovering the Good,” what are some questions therapists may ask their clients?
13.1 What technique may helps clients begin to increase their capacity for humor?
13.2 Positive emotions from laughter and humor help reduce what?
13.3 What can daily recreation and laughter provide clients?
Answers:

A. 1) adequate explanation to the patient of sensitization and nervous symptoms. 2) on teaching the importance of the four concepts 3) full explanation of the obstacles met during all stages of recovery and warning of the probable occurrence of setbacks and their treatment.
B. Overprotective, over controlling, and inconsistent parenting
C. Thoughts are internal experiences that change every second and are different from someone else’s thoughts
D. Through a series of successive approximations
E. Clients with anxiety cannot tolerate not knowing something for sure
F. Intolerance of uncertainty
G. Imaginary exposure
H. Thought Stopping Idea
I. Relationships
J. The brain remembers incomplete tasks or failures longer than any success or completed activity
K. The simple act of rebuilding an intangible trait
L. How to build on their success and bring purpose to their pain.
M. By picturing life without dragging around if-onlys.
N. First, identify the source of the client’s regrets. Second, find the lesson to be learned by identifying the root regret. Third, make amends and move on.
O. Empathy and improved assertive confrontation and anxiety management skills
P. A lack of education and not having children
Q. Confidence, warmth, character, intelligence, personality spirit, and style
R. First, monitoring forces the clients to be aware of their emotions. Second, the clients will see that their anxiety goes up and down throughout the day
S. “Playing with Language” technique
T. What talents and abilities does she want to develop over the next few years? What are her work and career goals?
U. A sense of control over anxiety triggers by giving clients more control over moods.
V. The level of stress hormones, blood pressure, and pain

Course Content Manual Questions The answer to Question 23 is found in Section 23 of the Course Content. The Answer to Question 24 is found in Section 24 of the Course Content... and so on. Select correct answer from below. Place letter on the blank line before the corresponding question

Please note every section does not have an additional question below. Some sections may have more than one question.

Questions:

15.1 What is a common clinical scenario that occurs in 40% to 77% of patients with major depression?
16.1 Besides behavioral inhibition, what has been found to increase the risk of childhood anxiety disorders?
17.1 What does covert alcohol abuse increase?
18.1 What is used to help measure anxiety symptom severity (e.g. nervousness, difficulty breathing, fear of dying)?
19.1 What are some examples of common disabilities associated with the illnesses such as anxiety and depression?
20.1 What did Okazaki report about Asian Americans as compared to Caucasian Americans?
21.1 According to family and twin studies, what percent is the heritability of GAD?
23.1 According to Lesure-Lester et al., what factors have been found to be associated with apprehension about dating?
23.2 According to Schlenker, how is social anxiety defined?
24.1 What is Pathological Excoriation (PE), also referred to as?
24.2 What do patients with Pathological Excoriation disorder do to their skin?
26.1 What are some symptoms of ‘traumatic or complicated grief’ that is related to separation anxiety?
Answers:

A. Additional aspects of temperament
B. Comorbid anxiety
C. Beck Anxiety Inventory (BAI)
D. The risk of pharmacotherapy
E. Asian Americans endorsed significantly more social avoidance and distress than Caucasian Americans.
F. More missed days at work, reduced work performance, and increased financial assistance
G. Dating frequency, poor dating skills, assertion, loneliness and shyness
H. About 30%
I. “neurotic excoriation” or skin picking
J. As anxiety that results from the prospect or presence of personal evaluation in real or imagined social situations
K. Obsessive yearning after the dead person, imagining that he or she is alive or feeling his or her presence, ruminating about the events preceding the death, and blaming oneself or others for the death
L. Touch, squeeze, or pick at an area of their skin repeatedly, often causing bleeding, infection, or scarring of the skin.

 
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