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Competency 3: Treatment Strategies for Working with Clients with an FASD

Test Your Knowledge Questions: Pretest

Pretests are designed to gauge your knowledge. Click in the circle or box next to the correct answer. Circles indicate that only one correct answer is possible. Boxes indicate that more than one correct answer is possible. A posttest is given at the end of the module so that you can see what you've learned.

1. Which of the following is legislation that addresses individuals with disabilities?

2. Counseling strategies for persons with an FASD would benefit from the following:

3. Which strategies would be helpful in addressing self-esteem and personal issues with persons with an FASD?
Select all that apply.

4. Which of the following relates to motivational coaching or motivational interviewing?
Select all that apply.

5. Strategies for working with children with an FASD include:

6. The counseling approach for working with adults, adolescents, or children with an FASD is the same.

7. It is important to assess for comprehension of information more with adolescents with an FASD than for adults with an FASD.

8. An adult with an FASD may not succeed in a 12-Step program as the skills necessary to recall and complete such a program seldom exist. Variations to the program are necessary to promote success. They include:
Select all that apply.

9. Sensory and visual distractions can make group participation enjoyable for someone with an FASD.

10. A common client theme in counseling is powerlessness. This may be demonstrated in the following types of communications and behaviors:

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