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RM - Risk Management and Assessment 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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1.1 What are some level two drugs of choice for an addicted teen?
1.2 What are some level two social consequences for an addict teen?
1.3 What are personal consequences for a teen addict?
2.1 What are three essential qualities to an effective rule?
2.2 What are three contracts that may help parents and counselors determine if the teenager needs to be placed in a more protective environment to treat their substance use?
3.1 How are clients with Fetal Alcohol Syndrome often characterized?
3.2 . What may FAS clients have difficulty with, especially as they mature?
4.1 What is a helpful technique for clients to overcome the abuse of their fathers?
5.1 What might be examples of categories to have on an ‘Impulse Control’ log for clients who want to control their paths towards healing?
6.1 is one exercise that helps the client become more comfortable in telling the truth about their scars?
7.1 may some parents do to their child because they are so intent on having a popular child?
8.1 What in general can be an effective way to make a bully lose focus?
9.1 What are three steps in the ‘Time Out’ technique?
9.2 What is the ‘I was Wrong’ technique?
9.3 How do somatic narcissists treat women and sex?

C. Simple contracts, turf contracts, bottom-line contracts
D. More frequent hangovers, “bad trips”, trouble sleeping, spending large amounts of time planning for the next use, minimizing, severe and unpredictable mood swings, and the delay of normal emotional tasks such as grieving
E. Hard liquors, foreign marijuana (including hashish), stimulants such as amphetamines, depressants such as Dexedrine, natural hallucinogens like peyote or mushrooms, and cocaine
F. Smaller eyes and head, a pursed mouth, and a malnourished look.
G. 1. Couples should physically separate from each other during the argument. 2. Both should relax his/her body. 3. Each person should use positive self-talk to facilitate change.
H. This exercise asks both partners to talk openly and honestly about their own mistakes and say nothing of the other person’s mistakes.
I. Response exercise
J. Acting out/self injury thoughts, time and date, location, situation, feeling, what would be the result of self injury, what would I be trying to communicate with self injury, action taken, outcome
K. Evaluating a situation and using their past experiences to cope with the problems at hand
L. First arrest for possession, school activities and assignments begin to suffer, sneaking out at night at home, and feeling strong peer pressure to use at social events
M. Using humor
N. Women as objects and sex as a means to obtaining narcissistic supply
O. Push their child towards those who may be a negative influence
A. Specific, reasonable, enforceable
B. Fantasy technique

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10.1 In order for family reunification to proceed, what do misdirected child welfare mandates require opiate-dependent women to do?
11.1 According to Holt, what are the two categories of anger expression?
12.1 Serious substance abuse is associated with what two disorders?
14.1 What do Ethical standards require school counselors to do?
15.1 What are four motivations that students face that makes them commit violent acts at school?

A. Stop MM treatment
B. Inform appropriate authorities when a student's behavior is indicative of clear, imminent danger to others
C. Antisocial Personality Disorder and Borderline Personality Disorder
D. Alienation, disaffection, powerlessness, revenge
E. 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’)

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