Check What You’ve Learned
These quizzes are provided for you to help you check what you have learned from the text. Each quiz includes short answer and essay questions.
- What is wrong with the following therapist response: “Was it your elder or younger brother who asked you for help?”
- What is wrong with the following therapist response: “Tell me why you haven’t quit this job that you so despise.”
- What are the two primary types of reflections?
- What type of reflection elicits the most depth and why?
- What type of reflection is this: “You feel like it is her fault.”
- What is good about this therapist response: “You’re anxious and afraid that you won’t get it all done because you are overcommitted and have very little free time.”
- What direction is the therapist attempting to go with the following statement: “Tell me about the first time you remember feeling this way.”
- What might cause you to have the experience that the session is going in circles?
- What are the consequences of asking, “How does that make you feel?”
- What is wrong with the following reflection: “That’s really sad.” Rephrase it to make it better.