What is a verbal sign of active listening?
Expressing in fresh words the client's essential feelings, stated or implied is called what?
What is a technique a therapist can use to check and clarify their understanding, and give direction to the dialogue?
What is a Non-verbal sign of listening?
Saying "You must be really sad to have not had any children" to a client is an example of:
Identifying salient points, drawing them together, and presenting them in a clear way to the client is known as:
The client says "I don't think I could be away from my boyfriend for an entire year". The therapist responds by saying "You feel like you'd be so lonely that you would not be able to function without him?". The therapist's response is an example of:
An approach that combines psychoanalysis with evidence-based therapy.
The treatment of mental disorder by psychological means.
A long-term approach to the treatment of mental disorders involving a client and therapist.
The treatment of mental disorders through a process of case formulation, client assessment, and therapy evaluation.
What are the major steps in psychotherapy?
Assessment and observation, Case formulation, treatment plan, evaluation
Assessment and observation, Case formulation, treatment plan, evaluation, and termination
Assessment, observation, case formulation.
Assessment, case formulation, treatment plan, termination.
What part of the psychotherapeutic process can be considered to be 'the theory of the individual client'?
According to Murdock (2009), a good theory has:
precision and testability, parsimony, practicality, and external validity.
precision and testability, parsimony, practicality, and empirical validity.
precision and testability, parsimony, internal validity, and empirical validity.
empirical validity, parsimony, testability, and practicality.
Past occurrences of mood disturbance within the family, and core beliefs about one not being smart enough are an example of: