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LB - ADD: Treating the Locking in & Blocking Out ADD/ADHD Adults 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 the two steps for “Asking for Clarification” technique for the clients?
2.1 What are the five steps an ADD client must follow for “Around the Anger” technique?
3.1 What are the two parts to “Registration”
3.2 What are the four storage systems for memory?
4.1 What simple coping technique helps clients better deal with their ADD diagnosis?
5.1 What are the ADD adults’ passive methods of coping with the diagnosis?
6.1 In the Acceptance Stage, what technique is suggested to help ADD clients make progress in overcoming their depression?
7.1 What are the four steps in the “Daily Log” exercise for ADD clients?
8.1 What issue is integral to the “AA Twelve Steps” program, and is closely related to spiritual awareness?
9.1 What are the two common Slippery Social Situations an ADD adult may encounter?
10.1 What are the five tips for group interfacing?
11.1 What are the five tips for dealing with one-on-one interfacing?
12.1 What are the four steps in the “STAR” technique?
13.1 What skill does awareness of physical and emotional boundaries rely on?
14.1 What are seven common comorbid condition for ADD adults?

A. Coding and Rehearsal
B. “Laugh It Off” technique
C. The client inhibits him/herself from lashing out, remove yourself from the situation, cool down, write down the reasons for your anger, re-approach the situation.
D. The client has to listen to what the other person has to say, and the client interrupts the speaker when the client realizes that his/her mind is wandering.
E. “Who Cares?” attitude, “Take Me or Leave Me” attitude
F. Instant recall, active working memory, short-term memory, long-term memory
G. The issue of morality and wrongdoing
H. First, note the activity done. Second, write down (next to the activity) how much time the activity took. Third, rate the difficulty of each task on a scale of one to ten. Fourth, examine the log for observable patterns.
I. Being prepared, doing your homework, practicing, watching and listening, and watching your watch
J. “Adding Up Blessings” technique
K. Relaxing and listening, clarifying the message, avoiding fighting words, watching the intensity level, and slowing down
L. Good Manners, Fear of the Phone
M. Learning disabilities, substance abuse, antisocial personality disorder, Tourettes syndrome, conduct disorder, mood disorder, and anxiety
N. Non-verbal communication skills
O. Stopping, thinking, acting, and reflecting

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15.1 What are three core childhood symptoms of ADHD?
15.2 What are the three types of ADHD that the DSM currently recognizes?
16.1 What are four uses of comprehensive evaluation for both adolescents and adults?
17.1 What are the three main components of cognitive remediation program (CRP)?
18.1 Based on Cathy’s diagnostic results, what two kinds of therapy should similar ADD clients seek?
19.1 Why do many ADHD clients suffer from social isolation or rejection?
19.2 What are indicators of relationship problems that continue into adulthood in the form of loud, angry arguments with family, friends, and bosses?
20.1 According to Stein, what are four common symptoms reported by women?
20.2 What is often the most painful challenge for a woman with ADHD?
20.3 What other kinds of support may ADHD women need aside from medication?
21.1 What are two vegetative symptoms of depression?
22.1 What is “The Couple’s Dialogue” process?
22.2 What does “The Couple’s Dialogue” restore which allows people to relax their defenses?
22.3 How does Image Relationship Therapy (IRT) facilitate healthy communication?
23.1 According to Nadeau, what are the four external resilience factors common to successful adults with ADD?
23.2 According to Nadeau, what are the three “Garber’s Resilience Factors?”
24.1 What is the difference between a “job” and a “career”?
24.2 Under the Current Workplace Concerns, what should be the first consideration in a career consultation?
25.1 What must a psychologist be competent in to probably be best equipped to take on Paul’s fascinating and challenging task?
27.1 What are some tips of home to help children with ADHD?

A. 1. Understanding better the individual’s strengths and weaknesses when planning treatment. 2. Generating a baseline against which to monitor change through interventions, both from pharmacotherapy and psychotherapy. 3. Providing evidence for legally mandamandated accommodations at school or on the job. 4. Informing diagnosis.
B. (1) Eight, weekly, therapist-led group sessions (2) support people who acted as coaches (3) a participants’ workbook with exercises
C. Tantrums, arguments, and poor anger management
D. Pharmacotherapy and psychoeducation
E. Predominantly Hyperactive Impulsive Type, Predominantly Inattention Type, ADHD Combined Type
F. Hyperactivity, inattention, impulsivity
G. Dysphoria, inattention, organization problems, and impulsive conduct
H. Because their ADHD behaviors are misattributed to selfishness, lack of caring, thoughtlessness, laziness, stupidity, or craziness
I. Empathic connection
J. Struggle with her own sense of inadequacy in fulfilling the roles she feels are expected of her by her family and by society
K. Sleep and appetite disturbances
L. By slowing the process, providing structure, and containing reactivity.
M. Psychotherapy, coaching, a professional organizer, career or marriage counselors, and support groups
N. Reframing, desire and persistence, goal orientation
O. A structured process that helps create the emotional safety required for people to communicate their needs or vulnerabilities to each other, without being defensive
P. Goodness of fit, supportive social environment, mentors, support services
Q. To understand the multiple factors involved in current workplace difficulties
R. "Job" is used to refer to specific employment while "career" refers to a general field of endeavor
S. Sychotherapy, testing and measurement
T. focus on discrete rewards and consequences for appropriate and inappropriate behavior; set daily routine and stick to it; have tangible reminders; and avoid repeating patterns of inappropriate behavior followed by ineffective punishment, administering consequences without prior warning, and responding inconsistently to inappropriate behaviors

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