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Which of the following is NOT a tip for choosing a co-leader?

Question 1    1.    Which of the following is NOT a tip for choosing a co-leader?      a.  Share all aspects of planning and running the group.     b.  Work with leaders with whom you can have a cooperative and honest relationship.     c.  Find people who are the same age as you.     d.  Interview all prospective co-leaders.      5 points       Question 2    1.    The curative factor that helps people feel that they are not alone or isolated with the “uniqueness” of their problems is _____      a.  linking.     b.  altruism.     c.  universality.     d.  congruence.      5 points       Question 3    1.    “Tandeming” is _____      a.  a group skill.     b.  a form of member resistance.     c.  a problematic co-leader communication pattern.     d.  a curative factor only available in co-facilitated groups.      5 points       Question 4    1.    Adlerian theory focuses on human beings in _____      a.  a vocational context.     b.  a social context.     c.  a psychosexual context.     d.  an academic context.      5 points       Question 5    1.    Gestalt groups focus on _____      a.  historical exploration.     b.  family systems.     c.  here-and-now interactions.     d.  listening skills.      5 points       Question 6    1.    “Empowerment” primarily deals with the issue of _____      a.  primacy.     b.  linkage.     c.  self-advocacy.     d.  justice modeling.      5 points       Question 7    1.    The “curative factors” were established by _____      a.  Homeyer.     b.  Siepmann.     c.  Morrison.     d.  Yalom.      5 points       Question 8    1.    One distinct advantage of group over individual counseling is the ability to _____      a.  work on goals.     b.  terminate effectively.     c.  choose a theory.     d.  discover others.      5 points       Question 9    1.    If the group leader moves out of an ethnocentric lens and more fully recognizes the richness of the cultural elements of each member, which dimension is being experienced?      a.  Justice potential.     b.  Creativity.     c.  Multi-leveled linking.     d.  Multicultural integration.      5 points       Question 10    1.    In developing your own theory, you should find a congruence between _____      a.  your beliefs and the group’s beliefs.     b.  your beliefs and your professor’s beliefs.     c.  the philosophy of the theory and the rules of your site.     d.  the philosophy of the theory and your beliefs.      5 points       Question 11    1.    The group providing an immediate, first-hand opportunity for the group members to change their perceptions and to practice more mature social living is an example of _____      a.  cohesion.     b.  reality testing lab.     c.  linking.     d.  extrapolation.      5 points       Question 12    1.    Pregroup interviews can be used to _____      a.  orient the member to the group.     b.  go over group rules.     c.  assess if the member is a good fit for the group.     d.  all of the above.      5 points       Question 13    1.      Which of the following is a possible disadvantage of group counseling?        a.  Higher cost.     b.  More one-on-one focus.     c.    Some people do not feel safe in a group.       d.  Lack of real learning.      5 points       Question 14    1.    The primary problematic elements of dual relationships involve _____      a.  trust and mistrust.     b.  social justice and oppression.     c.  power differential and exploitation.     d.  role shift and role combining.      5 points       Question 15    1.     Confidentiality in group work _____      a.   cannot be guaranteed.     b.   can be guaranteed.     c.   applies only to counseling groups.     d.   is protected by law.      5 points       Question 16    1.    Two common types of co-leader incompatibility include _____      a.  political and financial.     b.  theoretical and personality.     c.  religious and spiritual.     d.  racial and family of origin.      5 points       Question 17    1.    This leadership style is egalitarian in orientation and participation by all group members in establishing goals is encouraged.      a.  Democratic.     b.  Assertive.     c.  Process Observer.     d.  Explorer.      5 points       Question 18    1.    Advertising and networking are two critical pieces of which step of group creation?      a.  Reaching out.     b.  Forming.     c.  Marketing and recruiting.     d.  Setting up.      5 points       Question 19    1.    One benefit of consulting the literature about your group idea is that it _____      a.  prevents you “reinventing the wheel.”     b.  improves your reading skill.     c.  expands your profit margin.     d.  covers your ethical obligation.      5 points       Question 20    1.    The division of the American Counseling Association that focuses on group work is _____      a.  American Group Work Association.     b.  Association of Group Work.     c.  American Group Society.     d.  Association for the Specialists in Group Work.      5 points

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