Groups Process Practice 9th Edition Corey Corey Corey Test Bank

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Groups Process Practice 9th Edition Corey Corey Corey Test Bank

ISBN-13: 978-1133945468

ISBN-10: 1133945465


Groups Process Practice 9th Edition Corey Corey Corey Test Bank

ISBN-13: 978-1133945468

ISBN-10: 1133945465



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Name Corey, Groups: Process and Practice, 9th edition

Chapter Number and Name: 5: Forming a Group

Multiple Choice Test Bank


  1. Whether a proposed group will be long term or short term is ____________ important when devising an initial proposal, _____________:
  2. Sometimes/depending upon the type of group
  3. Always/it is a question which must be answered
  4. Sometimes/unless the group is to be of limited and planned duration
  5. Never


ANS: C      PG: 148


  1. The “R” which describes the stated purpose for forming a therapeutic group is:
  2. Reason
  3. Reflection
  4. Realization
  5. Rationale


ANS: D      PG: 149


  1. Which of the following is not considered a practical consideration when forming a therapeutic group?
  2. The actual location (building, neighborhood, town, etc.)
  3. The cultural makeup of the group
  4. How to deal with members who might be under-the-influence during meetings
  5. How absenteeism will be dealt with


ANS: D      PG: 149


  1. Marcy has proposed a group aimed at adolescents who are struggling in the post-divorce life of their parents. Marcy is a highly experienced social worker who has been practicing for more than a decade at the same community center. Which of the following is not true?
  2. Marcy must organize a proposal, and that proposal will need formal acceptance
  3. As a social worker with seniority, Marcy will probably not need authorization to start the group. Her track record and experience should speak for themselves
  4. Marcy may run into resistance and find acceptance of her proposal difficult
  5. Marcy’s efforts may be sabotaged by her peers; jealousy and control issues often rear their heads


ANS: B      PG: 149


  1. To get the group started, Marcy may find herself up against the wall. In terms of her professional peers and administrators, she may find herself assuming the role of all the following except:
  2. Negotiator
  3. Educator
  4. Voter
  5. Advocate


ANS: C      PG: 150


  1. A clearly spelled-out statement on group participation presented to members before the group commences would be particularly important when:
  2. The group is dealing with substance abuse
  3. The group is dealing with issues of anger
  4. The group is psycho-educational
  5. The group is court-mandated


ANS: D      PG: 151


  1. A particularly comprehensive guideline for group formation, recruiting and the dissemination of information to group members has been formulated by:
  2. The Association for Specialists in Group Work
  3. The American Psychological Association
  4. The National Academy of Therapeutic Group Leaders
  5. The International Organization for Standards and Ethics in Psychology


ANS: A      PG: 150


  1. Juan has informed his interagency colleagues that his proposal for a PTSD group has been authorized, and he is seeking clients. His colleagues may:
  2. Recruit clients but not screen them
  3. Publicize the group but not recruit members
  4. Publicize and recruit but not screen potential members
  5. Publicize, recruit and screen potential members


ANS: D      PG: 151


  1. Potential additional weight, when screening group prospects, must be given to those who are deemed “difficult” as they:
  2. Almost never succeed
  3. Could be disruptive and cause the group to falter
  4. Might be the ones who need the group the most
  5. Typically have problems with attendance


ANS: C      PG: 151


  1. When a group prospect is coming from individual therapy, is a release form necessary for consultation with the individual therapist?
  2. No; a therapist-to-therapist relationship already exists by default
  3. Yes, but only if the therapy is court-mandated
  4. No, without exception
  5. Yes, without exception


ANS: D      PG: 152


  1. Preliminary screening for a group-therapy candidate should allow for which most comprehensive scenario:
  2. For the candidate to be interviewed by the leader
  3. For the candidate to be interviewed by co-leaders if there is more than one leader
  4. For the candidate to be interviewed by all leaders and the organizational administrator
  5. For the candidate to be interviewed by all leaders and be given the opportunity himself or herself to interview the leaders


ANS: D      PG: 153


  1. Which of the following is of paramount concern when screening and selecting potential group members?
  2. The ability to be integrated into the group successfully
  3. The ability to benefit from the group
  4. The risk of harm by participating in the group
  5. The risk of lack of follow-through after selection


ANS: C      PG: 153


  1. Group therapy is not recommended (contra-indicated) for all the following except:
  2. Those who are highly paranoid
  3. Those with a history of violent tendencies
  4. Those who are suicidal
  5. Those who are facing an extreme level of crisis


ANS: B      PG: 153


  1. Liz has been screened for potential group membership. She fits all criteria; however, she seems to lack the desire to participate. In the eyes of the leader Jacque, she just doesn’t seem to “want” it enough. Which of the following should be considered?
  2. This should not be a factor for consideration; many who initially show little motivation to participate have successful outcomes
  3. This should be a factor; non-motivated clients are, according to research, less likely to succeed
  4. This should be a factor; the desire to make positive change is deemed highly important
  5. This should not be a factor; assessing “want” is far too subjective


ANS: C      PG: 154


  1. Candice has decided not to accept Roger into her group. After breaking the news, which of the following is considered the most ethically appropriate and most inclusive response?
  2. “Roger, I’ll keep you in mind for other groups which might be more appropriate. Let me show you out.”
  3. “Roger, you might be feeling frustrated at not being selected. I’m sorry. We’ll keep you in mind for other more appropriate groups.”
  4. “Roger, you just weren’t a good fit. These things happen. If I hear of a more appropriate group, I’ll let you know. Don’t let it get you down.”
  5. Roger, other groups will come along, and we’ll keep you in mind. However, I see the frustration you are feeling. Would you like to talk about those feelings?”


ANS: D      PG: 154


  1. A group of parents meets weekly at the local community center to discuss divorce. The optimal size for this group would probably be:
  2. Three to four
  3. Eight to ten
  4. Up to 20
  5. Unlimited


ANS: B      PG: 155


  1. A group has been set up for in-patient psychiatric patients, patients who are relatively low-functioning. The group, ideally, should meet:
  2. Daily, for short sessions
  3. Daily, for long sessions
  4. Biweekly for long sessions
  5. As schedules permit, for long sessions


ANS: A      PG: 156


  1. An excellent reference point for factors to be considered in inpatient therapy groups is:
  2. The Inpatient Therapy Guide for Counseling Professionals (Bandura)
  3. Fundamentals of Inpatient Treatment (Rogers)
  4. Inpatient Group Psychotherapy (Yalom)
  5. The Practitioners Guide to Inpatient Group Therapy (Masterson)


ANS: C      PG: 156


  1. A fundamental concern when choosing a meeting place for a group is:
  2. Parking
  3. Access to public transportation
  4. Comfort
  5. Sound conduction within the building


ANS: D      PG: 157


  1. Which should be considered non-negotiable in a group with co-leaders?
  2. Both leaders screen applicants
  3. Both leaders share responsibility equally
  4. Both leaders participate equally
  5. Task are divided proportionately among the leaders


ANS: A      PG: 162




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