1. True or False? Workbooks provide a primarily psychoeducational approach to treatment.
2. Workbooks may also ___ the development of individualized clinical style and approach, or the use of a wide range of treatment approaches and materials.
3. When used as intended, a workbook is NOT part of treatment, it is the whole of it.
4. Which of the following is a reason why an exercise would be re-visited or re-assigned?
5. Which of the following is a benefit of workbooks?
6. Because the Stages workbooks are designed for ¬¬¬___ of average intelligence, they are written in understood plain language.
7. The Stages workbooks can be used as the basis for a structured model of treatment that:
8. Individualized use of workbooks will be influenced by many factors, including:
9. Which of the following is a limitation of workbooks?
10. True or False? The Stages workbooks are not designed to address the impact of earlier adverse experiences, which are common among adolescents who have engaged in sexually abusive behavior.
11. Which of the following is NOT a pointer for best use?
12. Young people in treatment vary widely based on which of the following?
13. True or False? The four inter-related Stages of Accomplishment workbooks are written for adolescent girls as well as boys.
14. The Stages workbooks were designed to help young people both learn new information and help them ___________ important elements in their treatment.
15. True or False? “Workbook completion” does not equal “treatment completion,” whether the workbook is used as an adjunct to treatment or as the basis for a structured and sequenced program of treatment.
16. As clients are taught to recognize thinking errors and components and phases of the behavioral cycle, they are also enabled to interrupt the progression and further development of the process and thereby ___ the cycle.
17. Workbook completion time should be:
18. Written exercises are NOT intended to do which of the following for youths?
19. True or false? Sexual abuse may or may not involve legal charges, but it always involves a sexual act with someone against his or her will or with someone who can’t give permission for sex.
20. True or False? The Stages of Accomplishment workbooks provide a key that clinicians can use for scoring answers.
21. “Stand alone” exercises are encouraged to be assigned due to which of the following?
22. The ____ behavioral cycle is the most commonly accepted and typically used model in the treatment of adolescents who have engaged in sexually abusive behavior.
23. Every individual passes through a ___ cycle in a different way, unique to their particular circumstances and psychology.
24. Cycles should be used to ___ treatment work.
25. Thinking errors ___ the negative experiences and feelings upon which thinking errors are built in the first place.