Introduction to Clinical Psychology 8th Edition By Geoffrey P. Kramer- -Test Bank
Alternative Modes of Clinical Intervention
1. What inﬂuences led to the growth of interventions that go beyond the individual?
2. When was group therapy ﬁrst practiced, and by whom?
3. What are the primary therapeutic factors in group therapy?
4. Describe a common group therapy format (such as how many members are involved,
what the therapists’ role is, how long each session lasts, etc.).
5. How are psychoeducational and cognitive-behavioral therapy groups different from
traditional process-oriented group therapies?
6. What are the most common reasons that couples seek treatment?
7. What are some important practices for therapists to keep in mind when working with
groups, couples, and families?
8. Discuss the concept of an identiﬁed client in the context of family therapy (e.g.,theoretical
rationale for family therapy, understanding of how problems develop and are treated, etc.).
9. Discuss the use or nonuse of diagnosis within therapeutic work with couples and families.
10. What is community psychology, and how does it differ from other types of clinical
11. What are the principles and methods of community psychology?
12. What are the three types of prevention programs? Provide an illustrative example of each,
along with pros and cons of each method.
13. Take a position either for or against self-help interventions and defend it.
14. Describe current examples of complementary/alternative medicine techniques that are
used within clinical psychology. Provide any evidence that supports the use of those
15. What are the pros and cons of using computers and the Internet for assessment and
Therapeutic Factors in Group Therapy
The Practice of Group Therapy
Cognitive-Behavioral Group Therapy
COUPLES AND FAMILY THERAPY
Diagnosis in Couples and Family Therapy
The Social Contexts of Couples and Family Therapy
What Is Community Psychology?
A Brief History of Community Psychology
Principles and Methods of Community Psychology
Mindfulness and Acceptance
TECHNOLOGICAL INNOVATIONS INFLUENCING PSYCHOLOGICAL TREATMENT
Problems Caused by Technology
Technology as a Treatment Tool