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Sample Q - CRC Exam

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Multiple Choice QMultiple Choice A
The assessment techniques commonly used to evaluate adults with specific learning disabilities fall into these three categories: Informal tests and observational measures, standardized psychological tests, and neuropsychosocial test batteries
When developing a rehab plan for a client who has recently been diagnosed with multiple sclerosis, the rehabilitation counselor should consider that: Symptoms can abate and recur with increasing frequency and severity for many years
An important service rehabilitation counselors can provide to employers is: Post placement and follow up
In the state-federal rehab program, the development of the Individualized plan for Employment (IPE) is guided primarily by: The client's objectives
Cognitive-Dissonance Theory is based on the; Assumption that when an individual has contradictory thoughts or ideas within an established behavior pattern, discord occurs
The group counseling theory based on the holistic view of the person is: Alderian
Some clients with substance-related disorders are reluctant to become involved in the therapeutic process. The psychodynamic view of this reluctance is that it is a sign of: Conflicted feelings regarding change
Family caregivers to individuals with TBI report: Social aggression as more problematic than the presence of physical disability
Worker's Compensation is regulated by: each state
The method by which the impact of rehabilitation services can be assessed is a: Program evaluation
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