Chestnut Hill College Motivational interview

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Chapter 8 and 9 in the Textbook

PowerPoints attached below for Chapter 8 and Chapter 9

ASSIGNMENT 4

1: Claudia Black (1982) identified some of the “rules” about keeping secrets in an alcoholic family system, these include: Don’t talk, don’t trust, and don’t feel.What role do these rules play in the recovery process?

2:The text reviews in some detail the form of intervention called ‘Motivational Interviewing’. This approach has been embraced by a majority of treatment facilities Each student will need to research this therapy model and come to their own conclusion to its effectiveness in the recovery process.

Please include the following within your paper:

1. Provide a brief introduction to the Motivational Interviewing.

2. Prepare a brief synopsis of the various other therapeutic models.

3. Use appropriate information from text to support data claims.

4. Use external research to enhance and support your paper.

5. Conclude and summarize.

Submit the text contents of your Motivational Interviewing Paper via the text box of this Journal link. Please be sure to attach it to this Journal link as well. The research paper should be no more than 2 to 3 pages in length using APA 6th edition format. The paper will also have a cover page identifying the course, paper title, author, date and instructor. The analysis should be typed and double spaced. The purpose of the exercise is gain a more accurate understanding of Motivational Interviewing and its relevance in today’s treatment protocols.

3:

QUESTION 1

  1. Participants in an intervention need to guard against the alcoholic/addict’s exceptional ability to:
    A.

    be aggressive towards their family members and peers.
    B.

    make behavior-specific statements.
    C.

    assemble a bottom-line script.
    D.

    distract the intervention group from the goals of the intervention.

1 points

QUESTION 2

  1. When an adult child learns to avoid shame-based messages and does not get emotionally hooked by displaying anger, rage, or lack of emotional control, it is referred to as:
    A.

    improved interpersonal communication.
    B.

    emotional detachment.
    C. second-order change
    D.

    individuation.

1 points

QUESTION 3

  1. Which of the following reasons makes interventions 100 percent effective, regardless of whether an alcoholic decides to get help and treatment?
    A.

    The alcoholic admits he might have a little problem.
    B.

    None of these are correct.
    C.

    All family members get a chance to complain.
    D.

    The family has begun the process of change.

1 points

QUESTION 4

  1. The non-directive motivational interview is symbolized by OARS. What does OARS stand for?
    A.

    Openness, attitude, rehearsal, and sharing
    B.

    Open, alive, real, and sincere
    C. Open-ended, affirmation, reflecting, and summarizing
    D.

    Operational, attitude, rehearsal, and success

1 points

QUESTION 5

  1. The stage of change in motivational interviewing when a therapist raises doubt and increases a client’s perception of risks and problems is called the _____ stage.
    A.

    relapse prevention
    B.

    maintenance relapse
    C.

    precontemplative
    D.

    contemplative

1 points

QUESTION 6

  1. Which of the following is part of an effective motivational strategy?
    A.

    Giving advice and removing barriers
    B.

    Clarifying goals and providing feedback
    C.

    Decreasing desirability
    D.

    Practicing empathy
    E.

    All of these

1 points

QUESTION 7

  1. Changing old, imbalanced patterns is possible only if individuals feel they have choices.





1 points

QUESTION 8

  1. Change is described in Buddhist teachings as:
    A.

    mindful surrender.
    B.

    engaging in confrontation.
    C.

    reflecting through skepticism.
    D.

    procrastination.

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1 points

QUESTION 9

  1. The stages of a formal intervention in order are:
    A.

    assessment, preintervention, intervention, and debriefing.
    B.

    assessment, preintervention, intervention, and postintervention.
    C.

    preintervention, assessment, intervention, and postintervention.
    D.

    assessment, confrontation, preintervention, and intervention.

1 points

QUESTION 10

  1. In the alcohol/drug recovery field, the term “hitting bottom” refers to reaching the point where individuals decide to do something about their drug/alcohol use.





1 points

QUESTION 11

  1. The “primary” goal of an alcohol/drug intervention is to get the addicted person to recognize his problem and then get that person into treatment





1 points

QUESTION 12

  1. According to the Textbook, interventions are most likely to be effective in getting individuals into treatment when addicts recognize their behavior has been a problem.





1 points

QUESTION 13

  1. _____ is defined as feeling two ways about something, being in conflict between the pros and cons of the status quo (or the pros and cons of changing).
    A.

    Triangulation
    B.

    Overattachment
    C.

    Ambivalence
    D.

    Individuation

1 points

QUESTION 14

  1. The tone of a successful intervention is non-judgmental.





1 points

QUESTION 15

  1. Miller and Rollnick described _____ as a state of readiness or eagerness to change.
    A.

    cognition
    B.

    motivation
    C.

    confidence
    D.

    confrontation

JOURNAL ENTRY

Please use the text box of this Journal link to enter your Weekly Diary response. Please comment on a real life experience that relates to the required readings or any of the material in this Unit. Be sure your answer is complete and at least at least a couple of chunky paragraphs (Five (5) to Ten (10) sentences per paragraph).

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