61.The therapeutic approach developed by Albert Ellis, known as ________, is a form of cognitive therapy.
b.rational-emotive behavior therapy
d.unconditional positive analysis
62.Which of the following therapists developed rational emotive behavior therapy?
a.B. F. Skinner
63.________ would be most likely to challenge the client’s thoughts directly, showing him why certain thoughts are irrational and misguided.
a.B. F. Skinner
64.Some cognitive-behavioral therapists have begun to question the goal of changing a client’s self-defeating thoughts. They argue that it is difficult, if not impossible, to get rid of unwanted thoughts and feelings, especially when people have been rehearsing them for years. This idea was inspired, at least in part, by:
a.the writings of Sigmund Freud.
b.the modernist philosophers.
c.the post-modernist philosophers.
65.Dr. Feldman is a cognitive-behavioral therapist whose approach to helping clients has been greatly influenced by Buddhism. It is likely that his therapeutic approach is based on the concepts of:
a.metamorphosis and rebirth.
b.mindfulness and acceptance.
c.immortality and reincarnation.
d.hope and change.
66.Client-centered therapy was developed by:
67.Who of the following was a humanist therapist?
68.Isaac is a bright student but he procrastinates. He puts off writing term papers and gets incomplete grades which eventually become F’s. Issac’s ________ therapist assumes that Issac’s procrastination masks his low self-regard, and that he is out of touch with his real feelings.
69.In general, humanist therapists believe that ________ is useful in treating psychological disorders.
d.unconditional positive regard
70._________ involves providing a nonjudgmental setting in which to discuss issues, while providing the client with unconditional positive regard.
c.Rational-emotive behavior therapy
d.Modern psychodynamic therapy