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1. True or False, an example of life-threatening behaviors includes fleeting thoughts of harming yourself or others?
2. Which of the following is NOT considered a life-threatening behavior?
3. True or False the client’s family beliefs, rules, and rituals about stress and life-threatening behaviors are contextually sensitive.
4. First order change refers to:
5. Second order change refers to:
6. How does social ecology inform second order change?
7. When the therapist/counselor was ASSESSING the client, in the clip, which of the following occurred.
8. During the case study video, the therapist stated that it had been about two months since the last episode of life-threatening behavior that was assessed. Would the assessment that occurred two months ago be considered:
9. A therapist/counselor should evaluate and document which life threatening variables:
10. When the therapist/counselor, in the video was INTERVENING with the aunts to develop second order change which of the following first order change occurred?
11. When a therapist/counselor implements MONITORING which of the four I’s are the most important?
12. What are three ways a therapist/counselor could document when evaluating a client’s risk?