I need an “A” so please do not respond if you can’t do it. I need it by 2pm on 12/16/18.

I need an “A” so please do not respond if you can’t do it. I need it by 2pm on 12/16/18.

QUESTION 1

1. The critical treatment for Separation Anxiety Disorder is to develop:

A.

A plan of indulgence in the child’s fear until the anxiety decreases

B.

A plan to give the child a candy every time they don’t cry

C.

A plan for leaving the child in as secure a manner as possible and actually having the caretaker separate from the child as soon as possible

D.

A plan to leave the child alone in their room while the parent goes in the other room, watch with a monitor

E.

A plan to never leave the child alone, ever again

1 points

QUESTION 2

1. All of the following are reasons to include the family in counseling a child experiencing anxiety related issues, EXCEPT:

A.

Separation Anxiety Disorder is found more frequently among children of mothers with Panic Disorder

B.

Studies have indicated that parents, particularly mothers, can contribute to their child’s anxiety symptoms by expecting anxious and avoidant behaviors

C.

When parents are involved in the treatment of their child, reductions in anxiety symptoms are often evident

D.

Obsessive-compulsive and Agoraphobic symptoms have been lowered when expressed family anger and stress have been reduced

E.

Including parents in counseling is always beneficial even if the counselor is not trained in family counseling

1 points

QUESTION 3

1. What is the estimated prevalence of anxiety disorders among children?

A.

0 to 3%

B.

3 to 5%

C.

5 to 18%

D.

20 to 23%

E.

24 to 28%

1 points

QUESTION 4

1. Which of the following statements is true?

A.

There have been major changes to the anxiety disorders that will impact the diagnosis of children and adolescents.

B.

We don’t know the major changes to the anxiety disorders classification for clients under 18 years old.

C.

Within the anxiety disorders, the primary change that will impact clients under 18 years old has been the re-grouping of disorders to more accurately reflect associations in diagnostic criteria.

D.

There has been no change to the DSM-5 with regard to anxiety disorders that will impact clients under 18 years old.

E.

The DSM-IV-TR should be used for anxiety disorders and not the DSM-5.

1 points

QUESTION 5

1. The following might increase the risk for developing an anxiety disorder in childhood or adolescence:

A.

Adolescents with a positive parental history for panic disorder or agoraphobia have an approximately 25% chance of experiencing panic attacks

B.

Prenatal stressors

C.

A only

D.

B only

E.

A and B

1 points

QUESTION 6

1. Which of the following statements is true with respect to the DSM-5 and anxiety disorders?

A.

Anxiety disorders include obsessive-compulsive disorders and no changes have been made from the DSM-IV-TR

B.

Anxiety disorders appear in two sections of the DSM-5

C.

Anxiety disorders can no longer be diagnosed in children under the age of 10 years old

D.

Anxiety disorders no longer include obsessive-compulsive disorders, which are now their own classification (obsessive-compulsive and related disorders)

E.

It depends on the context which DSM version you should use

1 points

QUESTION 7

1. The DSM-5 recognizes differences in presentation and diagnostic criteria of disorders characterized by obsessions and/or compulsions.

True

False

1 points

QUESTION 8

1. Specific phobias in children are generally treated with a combination of

A.

Play therapy and medication

B.

Family counseling and play therapy

C.

Medication and cognitive interventions

D.

Behavioral and cognitive interventions

E.

Gestalt counseling and family counseling

1 points

QUESTION 9

1. Hoarding Disorder is new to the DSM-5 and this diagnosis is marked by significant difficulty discarding or otherwise parting with possessions.

True

False

1 points

QUESTION 10

1. A counselor should consider multicultural aspects when arriving at an anxiety diagnosis for a child and should consider all of the following EXCEPT:

A.

Fears of magic

B.

Behaviors that exceed the cultural norm

C.

Fears of spirits

D.

Religious practice

E.

Cultural interpretation

1 points

QUESTION 11

1. Body Dysmorphic Disorder, in the DSM-5, was moved and several criteria were altered, including specifications for repetitive behavior and preoccupied thoughts.

True

False

1 points

QUESTION 12

1. The following are also separated from the DSM-5 Anxiety disorders:

A.

Excessive coughing disorder and separation anxiety (now included in the classification of parent induced and related disorders)

B.

Posttraumatic stress disorder and acute stress disorder (now included in the classification of trauma and stressor related disorders)

C.

Posttraumatic stress disorder and adjustment disorder (now included in the classification of trauma and stressor related disorders)

D.

Excessive crying disorder and separation anxiety (now included in the classification of parent induced and related disorders)

E.

Excessive crying disorder and specific phobia (now included in the classification of parent induced and related disorders)