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Following the death of her son, a 65-year-old Native American mother seeks treatment. To be culturally sensitive and create a healthy therapeutic relationship with Native American clients, it is important to observe all the following EXCEPT:
An eight-year-old boy lives at home with his father and stepmother. The boy is often ignored and poorly treated by his caregivers. However, the boy’s treatment does not appear to be at the level of severe abuse, but the situation appears to be deteriorating. It seems that the stepmother is resentful of the boy’s presence in the home and demonstrates poor insight. Also, it appears that neither of the parents would like the boy to remain in their home. After the social worker has made attempts to improve the situation in the boy’s home without positive results, what strategy should the social worker use to maintain the boy’s welfare?
A family presents to a mental health clinic seeking family therapy. During the initial assessment, the social worker learns that the mother abuses opioids. Which of the following interventions should the social worker use FIRST?
A case manager sees a woman for an initial interview at a family services organization. The woman states that she has been depressed as of late but claims that she “has no problems in her life”, thus she “shouldn’t feel this way”. She is married, has a good job, and has two healthy children. The social worker should FIRST:
A diagnosis of schizophreniform disorder is distinguished from a diagnosis of schizophrenia in that:
Of the following answers, which is the most characteristic trait of obsessive-compulsive personality disorder?
An individual who meets the DSM-5 criteria for oppositional defiant disorder, will have all of the following EXCEPT:
Jack has a fear of going into enclosed spaces, such as trains, tunnels, under bridges or other areas that do not have easily accessible exits. Jack’s fear has persisted for more than two years. As a result, he has limited his activities to those where he can be accompanied by his “safe” friends. Most of the time Jack’s mobility is restricted and if he goes out he requires adjustments to be made. Based on Jack’s symptoms he is likely experiencing:
An unmarried mother is looking to put her child up for adoption but refuses to name the child’s father. According to judicial precedents, the process of adoption may not be legal if a father’s approval is not sought. Furthermore, information about the father’s health may be important to the adoption process. In this situation the social worker should FIRST:
A fundamental process for establishing a collaborative team is: