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Adlerian therapy is well suited to a brief or time-limited approach
True
The concepts and techniques of the Adlerian approach are highly applicable to group counseling
True
Striving for superiority is seen as a neurotic manifestation
False
Adler maintains that our style of life is not set untiol midddle age
False
Adlerian therapy is flexible and it can be tailored to work with culturally diverse clients.
True
Adlerian counselors do not make interpretations
False
Adlerians place relatively little importance on the quality of the client-therapist relationship
False
Analysis and assessment are a basic part of the counseling process
True
Insight is best defined as understanding translated into action
False
Adlerians believe childhood experiences in themselves are the decisive factor in shaping personality
False
According to Adler, childhood experiences in themselves are not what
Crucial as our attitude toward these experiences
The adlerian point of view toward the role of insight in therapy is best stated in this way:
To be of value, insight must be translated into a constructive action program
Which of the following statements is not true as it is applied to Adlerian therapy
The approach is grounded on medical model
Which of the following comes closest to the terapeutic goal ofr Adlerians
Motivation modification
This information is based on what kind of assessment family constellation, early recollections, birth order & mistaken, self-defeating perceptions
Lifestyle
Which is the correct sequence of human experiencing from an Adlerian perspective
First we think, then we feel, then we act
Adlerians could best be described as using which techniques
They fit a variety of techniques to the needs of each client
How would the Adlerian therapist view the personal problems of clients
As the end result of a process of discouragement
Which of the following is not one of the 4 phases of the Adlerian therapeutic process
Encouraging the development of self-understanding
Which term does not fit the Adlerian Theory
Deterministic
According to Adler, childhood experiences in themselves are not what
Crucial as our attitude toward these experiences
The adlerian point of view toward the role of insight in therapy is best stated in this way:
To be of value, insight must be translated into a constructive action program
Which of the following statements is not true as it is applied to Adlerian therapy
The approach is grounded on medical model
Which of the following comes closest to the terapeutic goal ofr Adlerians
Motivation modification
This information is based on what kind of assessment family constellation, early recollections, birth order & mistaken, self-defeating perceptions
Lifestyle
Which is the correct sequence of human experiencing from an Adlerian perspective
First we think, then we feel, then we act
Adlerians could best be described as using which techniques
They fit a variety of techniques to the needs of each client
How would the Adlerian therapist view the personal problems of clients
As the end result of a process of discouragement
Which of the following is not one of the 4 phases of the Adlerian therapeutic process
Encouraging the development of self-understanding
Which term does not fit the Adlerian Theory
Deterministic
Way in which individuals perceive their world
Phenomenological orientation
The interpertation that individuals give to life events
Fictional Finalism
What influences an individuals life
Psychological position in the family, birth order, interactions among siblings, parent-child relationships
Adlerians value earlty recollections as an important clue to the understanding of
Individuals Lifestyle