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- The process of redirecting sexual energy into some form of socially acceptable behavior is known as:
- The existential vacuum represents a place of reflection and solace.
- Existential therapy groups are particularly helpful for clients working on:
- The main function of the ego is to:
- Which person is not associated with the existential movement?
- According to Adlerians, inferiority feelings:
- The relational model of psychoanalysis regards therapy as an interactive process between the client and therapist.
- Existential therapy is:
- Who was the Danish philosopher that addressed the role of anxiety and uncertainty in life?
- In regards to techniques, existential practitioners believe:
- A person experiencing persistent feelings of inadequacy has probably had difficulty attaining a sense of _________ during the_________ stage.
- The psychoanalytic approach provides practitioners with a framework for understanding the origins and functions of symptoms.
- Which of the following statements is not true with regard to the relational approach to psychoanalysis?
- The ego defense mechanism in which a person exhibits behavior that clearly shows signs of reverting to less mature stages is ________?
- The therapist’s presence is:
- Adlerians emphasize reeducating people and reshaping society.
- Time-limited existential treatments:
- A central existential concept is that although we long for freedom we often try to escape from our freedom by defining ourselves as a fixed or static entity.
- Who developed the object-relations view that focuses on separation and individuation?
- In helping clients to examine their mistaken goals and faulty assumptions, an Adlerian therapist does not use:
- The outcomes of existential therapy have been submitted to rigorous empirical testing.
- Self psychology and object relations theory emphasize all of the following except:
- Adlerian psychology is a __________, holistic, optimistic, and socially embedded theory based on basic assumptions that have woven into various theories of counseling.
- Henry has the impulse to gamble excessively whenever he goes to Las Vegas. Aware of this, he has decided to turn down a job offer in Las Vegas to avoid the temptation to gamble. What part of Henry’s personality helped him to reach this decision?
- A person who unconsciously exhibits overly nice behavior to conceal hostile feelings is probably using which ego defense?
- Alfred Adler believed that genetics and heredity are not as important as what we choose to do with the abilities and limitations we possess.
- The existential approach is particularly well-suited to clients who:
- Adler and Freud created very different theories, even though both men grew up in the same city in the same era and were educated as physicians at the same university.
- Typically, analytically oriented therapists assume an anonymous stance, which is sometimes called the “blank screen” approach, as a necessary way to foster transference.
- Existential anxiety is the unavoidable result of being confronted with the “givens of existence.”
- Which of the statements below about social interest is true?
- The central goal of existential psychotherapy is to:
- Which child is most likely to demand center stage, tends to have difficulties in life when he or she is no longer the center of attention, and is likely to become dependently tied to the mother?
- All of the following are true about the superego except:
- __________ is often described as our perceptions regarding self, others, and the world, and includes the connecting themes and rules of interaction that give meaning to our actions.
- The relational model of psychoanalysis downplays the role of countertransference.
- In Erikson’s view, the major developmental task in adolescence is:
- Adlerian therapists strive to establish and maintain an egalitarian therapeutic alliance and a person-to-person relationship with their clients.
- One of the most important Freudian concepts, which consists of pushing unacceptable life events and painful feelings into the unconscious, is:
- Which of the following techniques is not used in Adlerian family counseling?
- The developmental crisis involving initiative vs. guilt occurs during:
- Adlerian therapists pay careful focus to techniques and work in structured, set ways.
- Manufacturing “good” reasons to explain away a bruised ego, or to explain away failures or losses, is known as:
- From a scientific perspective, existential psychotherapy:
- Existential therapy is rarely used for group treatment.
- Adlerians maintain that change is not possible without insight; understanding the causes of one’s problems is a prerequisite to behavioral change.
- Freedom implies that we are responsible for the lives of others around us.
- Existential therapists prefer to be thought of as:
- Existential therapy grew out of a reaction to the limitations of both the psychoanalytic and deterministic stance.
- Existentially, humans both long for and wish to escape from their freedom.
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