Theories Of Psychotherapy & Counseling Concepts And Cases 5th Edition, International Edition By Richard – Test Bank
385. For Glasser a person’s perceptions are mainly
a. auditory images.
b. personal needs.
c. picture albums that are available to clients.
d. visual images. (420)
386. Which of these is not one of Glasser’s five basic needs
d. reality. (420)
387. According to Glasser, if an individual desires fun in her life, this is an expression of a(an)
a. basic need. (420)
b. cognitive dissonance.
c. irrational behavior.
d. the right to choose.
388. According to reality therapy, if Bob worries throughout the day about what to do next, he is
a. being thoughtful.
c. choosing to anxietize. (420, 422)
d. enabling himself.
389. According to Glasser, “total behavior” is made up of
a. belonging, doing, thinking, and power.
b. belonging, power, freedom, and fun.
c. doing, thinking, feeling, and physiology. (421)
d. walking, talking, thinking, and eating.
390. According to Glasser, the key to behavior change is to choose to change
a. belonging and power.
b. doing and thinking. (421)
c. freedom and survival.
d. physiology and feeling.
391. According to reality therapy, by choosing to depress, Selma may have
a. less control over other people.
b. more control over other people. (422)
c. more happiness.
d. more weight control.
392. Glasser views crazy behavior as
a. an expression of fun.
b. an expression of belongingness.
c. creativity. (422)
393. When people choose to depress, they then, according to reality therapy, gain control over
a. no one.
b. others. (422)
394. The general goal of reality therapy is to help clients
a. accept reality in their daily lives.
b. live fully and authentically.
c. meet needs for belonging, power, freedom, and fun, as well as physiological needs. (422)
d. explore and evaluate behavioral goals.
395. In assessing client behaviors, reality therapists attend to
a. information derived from objective tests.
b. information derived from projective tests.
c. who clients feel they need to control.
d. what clients really want. (423)