Help & Review for Substance Abuse, Mental Health & Rehabilitation Counseling Chapter Exam

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Question 1 1. Support services can

Question 2 2. Select the set that contains only opiates.

Question 3 3. Mental disorders are marked by

Question 4 4. Mental Disorders are drawn from the

Question 5 5.

John consumes alcohol. He is seen as having less cognitive capacity available to process all on-going information.

What is John's present level of using alcohol?

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Question 6 6. Severe alcohol withdrawal

Question 7 7. Joanna has abused alcohol regularly and will most likely die from withdrawal. What treatment option would be best for her?

Question 8 8. We've created a program to identify individuals who have had psychotic breaks and get them into treatment. What type of prevention is this?

Question 9 9. To determine what needs to be done with the client, a rehab counselor will

Question 10 10. Training involves

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Question 11 11. Counseling and therapy are

Question 12 12. Tony has been abusing on salvia. He constantly feel like he is trapped on a wheel outside of time. What type of abuse would this define?

Question 13 13. 'I have the skills recommended by the governing body of counseling because I came from a(n) _____ school'

Question 14 14. This client is severely mentally ill and will likely not be able to feed or house themselves. You might recommend

Question 15 15. The psychological theory of alcoholism focuses on the idea that drinking

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Question 16 16. The biopsychosocial theory combines psychological and social theory. The 'bio' aspect adds what to the other two theories?

Question 17 17. Eclectic theory uses

Question 18 18. Jimmy has abused marijuana, cocaine, ecstasy, and meth, but most of the time he uses marijuana. He is NOT given a diagnosis of polysubstance abuse. Why?

Question 19 19. Steven has trouble regulating his alcohol consumption at parties, and his friends and family have begun to notice he drinks too much. Steven would be described as a:

Question 20 20. Alcohol is primarily metabolized in

Help & Review for Substance Abuse, Mental Health & Rehabilitation Counseling Chapter Exam Instructions

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