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Brody has experienced chest congestion, seizures, chronic hoarseness, and black phlegm in connection to his drug abuse. Which of the following drugs is he

most likely

abusing?

Question 1 options:

A)

Marijuana

B)

Heroin

C)

Crack cocaine

D)

Ecstasy

Question 2

(5 points)

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Which of the following is the

fastest

growing drug problem in the United States?

Question 2 options:

A)

Crack

B)

Marijuana

C)

Heroin

D)

Prescription drugs

Question 3

(5 points)

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Lori is a heroin addict. She wants to stop using and has tried in the past. However, she keeps going back to the drug. Without knowing any specifics about Lori’s personality, why does she keep using?

Question 3 options:

A)

To avoid withdrawal

B)

To experience pleasure

C)

To escape reality

D)

To be accepted by peers

Question 4

(5 points)

Keeping one’s homosexuality hidden can lead to

Question 4 options:

A)

criminal behavior.

B)

rejection from society.

C)

mental health problems.

D)

becoming worried well.

Question 5

(5 points)

The

war on drugs

began under which presidential administration?

Question 5 options:

A)

Reagan

B)

Nixon

C)

Clinton

D)

Bush

Question 6

(5 points)

Dr. Myles wishes to use aversion conditioning with a client. The doctor should use

Question 6 options:

A)

Emetine.

B)

Methadone.

C)

Amphetamine.

D)

Zidovudine.

Question 7

(5 points)

Malachi lost custody of his children because he was drunk when he arrived at their day care center to pick them up. This is an example of

Question 7 options:

A)

aversive conditioning.

B)

a legal crisis.

C)

co-dependency.

D)

general neglect.

Question 8

(5 points)

Irina is pregnant and considering getting an abortion. What should her counselor do?

Question 8 options:

A)

Assure her she’ll be better off having an abortion.

B)

Insist that the child’s father should have a say in the matter.

C)

Persuade her to continue the pregnancy.

D)

Inform her of all her options, including abortion, adoption, and keeping the baby.

Question 9

(5 points)

Emma is experiencing memory loss, insomnia, loss of sexual drive, suicidal ideation, and violent behavior. Which of the following is she

most likely

using?

Question 9 options:

A)

Crystal meth

B)

Crack cocaine

C)

Marijuana

D)

Alcohol

Question 10

(5 points)

What law has made it illegal to discriminate against individuals in wheelchairs?

Question 10 options:

A)

Family and Medical Leave Act

B)

Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act

C)

The Americans with Disabilities Act

D)

Community Mental Health Act

Question 11

(5 points)

Approximately _______ percent of teen pregnancies are unplanned, unwanted, or “too soon.”

Question 11 options:

A)

77

B)

34

C)

56

D)

92

Question 12

(5 points)

Clients suffering from chronic pain often struggle with the unpleasant health consequences associated with

Question 12 options:

A)

underlying illnesses and disabilities.

B)

guilt and shame over having a caretaker.

C)

malnutrition, dehydration, and seizures.

D)

long-term use of opioid medications.

Question 13

(5 points)

Which drug is the

most likely

to be physically addictive?

Question 13 options:

A)

Marijuana

B)

LSD

C)

Alcohol

D)

Heroin

Question 14

(5 points)

People who sometimes experience themselves as females, sometimes males, are called

Question 14 options:

A)

queer.

B)

bisexual.

C)

gender variants.

D)

transvestites.

Question 15

(5 points)

_______ individuals make up the largest group of clients who may seek crisis intervention and experience sexual guilt caused by fear of AIDS.

Question 15 options:

A)

Gender variant

B)

HIV-positive

C)

Homosexual

D)

Worried well

Question 16

(5 points)

Which term refers to medical care or treatment that concentrates on reducing the severity of symptoms rather than striving to cure or reverse the progression of the disease?

Question 16 options:

A)

Case management

B)

Hospice care

C)

Institutionalization

D)

Palliative care

Question 17

(5 points)

Aleida is a therapist working with Raymond, a senior client. Raymond was referred to Aleida after it was discovered that he was kept sedated or tied in his wheelchair by his caretaker, so he wouldn’t wander off. What type of elder abuse is this?

Question 17 options:

A)

This isn’t abuse because of the danger of wandering.

B)

Emotional abuse

C)

Physical abuse

D)

Neglect

Question 18

(5 points)

One of the most important developments in human services in the past 50 years is _______, because it allows a holistic approach to taking care of the disabled.

Question 18 options:

A)

intervention

B)

victim strategies

C)

institutionalization

D)

case management

Question 19

(5 points)

Rose wants to refer her alcoholic client to a treatment program where his peers will confront him about his alcohol use and abuse. Which of the following should Rose recommend?

Question 19 options:

A)

Reframing

B)

Synanon

C)

A 12-step facilitation

D)

Gerry House West

Question 20

(5 points)

Which of the following populations is at the

biggest

risk for contracting syphilis?

Question 20 options:

A)

Men who have sex with menj

B)

Latino and African American men

C)

Transgender individuals

D)

Heterosexual men and women

  
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