Hello, and thanks for the question.
18. B. he may be crisis prone.
19. B. the humanistic approach.
20. A. critical incident
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Hello, and thanks for the request.
I have to log off for an hour or so, but I'll work on this one for you when I come came online.
Here are the answers to exam #40650600 for comparison with your own.
1. B. behavioral problem solving.
2. C. enmeshed family.
4. A. effective coping behavior
6. C. Situational
7. C. Existential
8. D. Humanistic
9. B. Behavioral problem-solving theory
10. B. be his ego strength.
11. A. an ego defense mechanism.
12. A. material.
13. D. situational crisis.
14. D. Caplan
16. D. Lanterman Petris Short Act
17. A. Community Mental Health Centers Act
18. A. his perception is positive.
I'm shocked. I don't understand how 13 of these answers could be incorrect. If you can give me the numbers of the ones that were incorrect, I'll see if I can correct them. You mentioned that you got a "bad grade" of this exam. Had you taken it already?
I didn't mean to insinuate you were lying! I actually had access to part of the text online and used it to answer several of the questions. Even after reviewing your grade report, I can't understand why some of these answers are incorrect. For example, on question #14: You're in training to become a counselor. Your supervisor reminds you that a crisis is "an upset in the steady state of the individual." Who is your supervisor quoting?, the text states "according to Caplan, it is 'an upset in the steady state of the individual' (1961, p. 18)." Of course, you usually can't argue with the course instructor's grading. I'm not saying I got then all right, but that some of the questions seem to be "poorly constructed." I'm very sorry for the low grade. If I can determine for sure what some of these answers are according to the text, I'll post them here.
I was checking back on this and I just noticed what the problem was. These answers are for exam 40650500! This is the exam for which you were making separate posts of the questions and it's the first one on the .pdf of the crisis exams. I don't know if you can do anything about submitting answers for the wrong exam. Very sorry, I did type "40650600" in the heading.
Here are the answers for exam #40650600 for comparison with your own.
1. B. self-advocacy.
2. C. consider involuntary hospitalization.
3. A. gravely disabled.
4. C. elderly.
5. D. developmental crisis.
6. B. identity versus role confusion.
7. C. Educational statements
8. C. attending behavior.
9. D. suicide.
10. B. refer him to a physician.
11. D. Using the ABC model
12. A. 15-19
13. C. identify the precipitating event.
14. A. pregnancy.
15. D. seeking autonomy.
16. B. explore the client's perception.
17. C. an open-ended question.
18. A. reflection
19. C. Eric Erikson
20. A. generativity versus stagnation.
Here are the answers to exam #40650700 for comparison with you own.
1. D. Acute stress disorder
2. B. the witness of a violent crime.
3. A. a batterer.
4. C. the Tarasoff case.
5. B. secondary PTSD.
6. B. personalismo.
7. C. Cultural norms
8. B. cultural sensitivity
10. B. general neglect.
11. B. childhood sexual abuse.
12. C. battering parents.
13. D. countertransference.
14. B. dual relationship.
15. D. the parents of a murder victim filed suit.
16. D. elder abuse.
17. D. ARC.
18. A. African
19. A. a battered wife.
20. B. an abused child.
I'll post the answers for this exam tomorrow, if that will work for you.