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1)
'IOT' stands for
 
Individual Outpatient Treatment
Initial Outpatient Triage
Intensive Outpatient Treatment
Index of Therapies
 
2)
Looking in CONTINUUM OF CARE: The services which are integral to all Intensive Outpatient Treatment (IOT) programs are identified as CORE SERVICES. Which is NOT listed as a CORE SERVICE?
 
group and individual counseling
monitoring of drug use, medication management, medical and psychiatric examinations
case management and crisis intervention,
psychoeducational programming and orientation to community-based support groups
adult education classes and recreational activities
 
3)
Still in Continuum of Care ,,,,, Which of the following is NOT one of the 'ENHANCED SERVICES'?
 
adult education classes
adjunctive therapies (e.g., biofeedback, acupuncture, meditation)
Screening and Evaluation
nicotine cessation treatment
transportation and food
 
4)
Moving down to TREATMENT APPROACHES . . . Which item below is NOT listed as an appropriate treatment approach for IOT programs?
 
Cognitive-behavioral therapy
Family involvement, contingency management, and community reinforcement
Motivational approaches
The Hexagon Model
12-Step facilitation approach
 
5)
Looking at 'ENTRY, ENGAGEMENT, AND TREATMENT ISSUES' ..... Which item below is NOT listed as a reason why clients can become distracted from recovery and drop out of treatment?
 
family members continue to use substances, or boundaries between clients and staff are not established clearly
the client's work conflicts with treatment, or the client receive incompatible recommendations from different service systems
there are problems in group therapy such as intermittent attendance and other clients who are disruptive, ambivalent, or withdrawn.
there are problems with privacy and the safety and security of the program facility
the clinicians have moved too quickly to establish a therapeutic relationship with their clients
 
6)
Pertaining to 'Entry and Engagement', we know that _________________ is key to determining when they are ready for the next appropriate level of care.
 
the response of the client's family
close monitoring of clients' progress toward treatment goals
the insurance company's desire for results
 
7)
In 'TREATMENT APPROACHES' ..... which statement is not true?
 
Involving clients' families in their recovery is an effective strategy, and has been linked to positive outcomes in AOD treatment.
For IOT providers, adopting a family systems approach means including family members in every stage of treatment.
Substance-using behavior may be rooted in part in a client's family history—whether family of origin or family of choice.
IOT should be viewed as a unique service which is incompatible with different treatment approaches such as family systems therapy.
 
8)
Still in TREATMENT APPROACHES ..... _________________ focuses on teaching clients skills that will help them understand and reduce their relapse risks and maintain abstinence.
 
Adopting a family systems approach
Cognitive-behavioral therapy
Submitting to drug screens
 
9)
STILL IN TREATMENT APPROACHES ..... CONTINGENCY MANAGEMENT AND COMMUNITY REINFORCEMENT encourage clients to change behavior; these approaches reinforce abstinence by
 
rewarding good behaviors, and avoiding punishment of less desirable behaviors.
rewarding some behaviors and punishing others.
primarily rewarding the major milestones toward reaching a goal.
 
10)
STILL IN TREATMENT APPROACHES ...... Which is NOT true regarding 'THERAPEUTIC COMMUNITY' approaches?
 
A structured community of clients and staff members is the main therapeutic agent, and group sessions focus on self-awareness and behavioral change
The intensity of the treatment calls for extensive staff training
Work at the facility is used as therapy
These programs have a low level of client dropout.
These programs have proved successful with difficult clients (e.g., those with long histories of substance use and those who have served time in prison).
 
11)
MOVING DOWN TO 'TREATING DIFFERENT POPULATIONS' .... Which is NOT true?
 
Clients from other cultures may be averse to the emphasis on self-disclosure and self-sufficiency in substance abuse treatment.
Most research shows that the more acculturated foreign born clients are, the more their substance use approximates U.S. norms.
To treat women, clinicians often must utilize confrontational techniques which break down the boundaries between client and counselor.
For people with co-occurring mental and substance use disorders, we must adapts standard interventions to allow for clients' cognitive limitations.
IOT can be successfully used with adolescents, although they often need habilitation rather than rehabilitation.
 

 

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