Empirically-Supported Treatments (Jameson)
1. Efforts to disseminate evidence-based treatments should focus on
imparting knowledge and providing training in therapeutic approaches that
a. seem to appeal intuitively to clinicians
b. "make sense"
c. are supported by trusted colleagues
d. All of the above
2. Behavioral activation, or therapeutic "homework", has been repeatedly
effective in the treatment of
b. eating disorders.
Children of Heroes (Angelica)
3. Who said that "God has not forgotten" the precious ones afflicted with
a. David Shenk
in The Forgetting,
Alzheimer’s: Portrait of an Epidemic.
b. Stephen Post in The Moral Challenge of Alzheimer’s Disease:
Ethical Issues from Diagnosis to Dying
c. James Ellor in
God Never Forgets: Faith Hope
and Alzheimer’s Disease
d. David Keck in Forgetting Whose We Are: Alzheimer’s Disease
and the Love of God.
4. Judah Ronch, author
of Alzheimer's Disease, says
that a demented person retains the capacity to ____ well after he/she cannot
b. reason analytically
c. remember the distant past
d. make plans for the future
Emotional Competence (Intelligence) (Hunt)
5. From this study, people who can identify others' emotions tended to have
higher interests in ____ and lower interests in ____.
a. administrator, scholar
c. teacher, spiritual guide
d. musician, evangelist
6. In evaluating candidates for ministry, psychological consultants should
a. how much is this person aware of his/her own emotions?
b. how well does this person manage his/her own emotions?
c. how does this person express emotions in adaptive, healthy ways?
d. All of the above.
Sacramental Meditation (Bradford)
7. In which phase do participants "get acquainted" with the object on its
own physical terms?
a. Phase 2
b. Phase 3
c. Phase 4
d. Phase 5
8.In sacramental meditation, spiritual insights come from
a. participants sharing their emotional responses to the object in Phase
b. theological explanations that the object stirs up in the participants.
c. participants' concentrated effort to resolve the oppositions that have
become apparent in the object.
d. Scriptural texts which are used in association with the object.
PATHOS: Screening for Sexual Addiction (Johnson)
9. What does PATHOS not
Preoccupation with sexual thoughts.
b. Acting out sexually with another person.
c. Treatment sought for undesirable sexual behavior.
d. Hurting others emotionally with one's sexual behavior.
e. Out of control with sexual desires or behavior.
f. Sad feelings arising from sexual behavior.
10. Which is NOT true
about the PATHOS tool?
a. There is a great
need for it in the religious community.
b. It incorporates
the 4 highest indicators of sexual addiction from 45 factors in the Sexual
Addiction Screening Test-Revised.
c. Pastors do not
need to have specific training in sexual addiction counseling to use this
d. People must
answer "Yes" to 5 or more of the 6 questions to indicate they could have a
sexual addiction problem.