NUR2207 Module 1 (Basic Counselling Skills)

Amy Symons
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This quiz incorporates objectives of Module 1, including lecture notes, in a range of questions.

Resource summary

Question 1

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What type of questions should be used when interacting with a client?
Answer
  • Rhetoric questions
  • Open questions
  • Leading questions
  • Loaded questions
  • Closed questions

Question 2

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What are the aims of the counselling process?
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  • goal setting
  • giving unsolicited advice
  • rapport building
  • assessment and problem definition
  • likening issues to own personal experience
  • initiating interventions
  • encouraging blame of others

Question 3

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Interventions which may be used during a counselling session include [blank_start]...[blank_end]
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  • relaxation, meditation, mindfulness
  • CBT, pharmocotherapy, ECT
  • DBT, hypnosis, meditation

Question 4

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A counselor needs to exhibit...
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  • positive regard
  • bias
  • sympathy
  • a non-judgmental outlook
  • self-awareness
  • disinterest
  • confidential

Question 5

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Barriers to effective counselling include:
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  • low cost
  • linguistic
  • good previous experience
  • unrealistic expectations
  • personal bias
  • labelling & judging

Question 6

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Counselling can be defined as being a process which occurs when a client and a counselor have established rapport and set aside a time to explore presenting difficulties, while enabling the client to focus on feelings and facilitating positive change.
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  • True
  • False

Question 7

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What is psychoeducation?
Answer
  • Explaining emotional discharge
  • Basing treatment off what is best for everyone, not the client
  • Sharing information and facilitating information transfer
  • Providing assistance for self-help

Question 8

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What makes a client less likely to adhere to a medication regime?
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  • Acceptance of an illness
  • Positive therapeutic alliance
  • Impaired judgement
  • Involuntary Treatment Order

Question 9

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What does SOLER stand for? S: [blank_start]...[blank_end] O: [blank_start]...[blank_end] L: [blank_start]...[blank_end] E: [blank_start]...[blank_end] R: [blank_start]...[blank_end]
Answer
  • sit squarely
  • speak slowly
  • sound interested
  • sit closely
  • open-ended questions
  • open posture
  • organising thoughts
  • lean towards client
  • lean away from client
  • listen carefully
  • look client directly in the eyes
  • observe client
  • eye contact
  • extract information
  • exclude personal bias
  • encourage client
  • radiate positivity
  • repeat/paraphrase what has been said
  • read client's body language
  • relaxed

Question 10

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Paraphrasing shows to the client that the health care professional is actively listening and confirms what has been said
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  • True
  • False

Question 11

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Summarising does not allow the condensing of two or more paraphrases
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 12

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What is "recovery" in regards to mental health?
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  • Returning to a normal state of health
  • Managing the mental health issue with minimal effects
  • Process of change through which an individual achieves abstinence

Question 13

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A nominated person is not able to make decisions in the best interest of the compulsory client
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  • True
  • False

Question 14

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The nominated person....
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  • manages the client's financial assets during the length of the admission
  • receives information regarding the client
  • cannot be consulted about treatment options
  • makes informed decisions regarding the client's care

Question 15

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Consumers of the counselling service [blank_start]...[blank_end]
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  • are living the experience of the illness
  • have main responsibility of care
  • have knowledge through training

Question 16

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Carers in the counselling service [blank_start]...[blank_end]
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  • are trained and experience in MHN
  • experience the illness
  • provide care to acutely unwell consumers

Question 17

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Service providers are [blank_start]....[blank_end]
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  • committed to an improved outcome
  • frequently faced with providing care
  • considered experts by experience
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