A strategy to reduce mental-illness stigma

A strategy to reduce mental-illness stigma

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A strategy to reduce mental-illness stigma is

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label avoidance

medication therapies



the “”why try”” approach Question 2 An approach developed to help people take stock of their addictions is Group of answer choices advanced directives interpersonal problem solving motivational interviewing self-stigma resolution shared decision-making Question 3 An example of moment-to-moment skill is Group of answer choices adherence personal empowerment recovery as process reflective listening regular recreational activities Question 4 Independence in matters related to housing is an example of Group of answer choices outcome recovery process recovery the cognitive behavioral model of recovery structural recovery the “why try” effect Question 5 Which of the following is a rule that most support groups follow? Group of answer choices members must actively participate groups must be led by a professional therapist members must have a diagnosed mental illness members must maintain confidentiality members must not express anger towards each other Question 6 The phrase “”Nothing about us without us”” refers to Group of answer choices consumers’ belief that they know what is best for them in their recovery from mental and emotional problems consumers who will not stand up or voice opinions for fear of retribution national and local self-help clearinghouses that disseminate information on the Internet support groups that focus on recreational activities and community participation activities transition programs developed at Fountain House Question 7 Initial implementation of deinstitutionalization is believed to have led to Group of answer choices a decline in consumer advocacy fewer people with mental illness going to jail or prison less recidivism more people with mental illness becoming homeless more reliance on the mental-health system   Question 8 The National Mental Health Association evolved from Group of answer choices The Anti-Insane Asylum Society Fountain House The National Committee on Mental Hygiene The Network Against Psychiatric Assault WANA Question 9 Which group appears to be the most vulnerable for committing suicide? Group of answer choices

African-American men in the Air Force older men from the National Guard and Reserves service members who do not have a religious affiliation single women in all branches of the military veterans who have been home more than 5 years Question 10 Secondary PTSD is most likely to occur when Group of answer choices female service members are sexually assaulted by members of their unit individual augmentees are sent to units other than their own spouses adapt to the disordered behavior of a veteran family member veterans do not receive needed mental-health services from the VA veterans engage in substance abuse and other risky behaviors   Question 11 The Army substituted the term “”behavioral health”” for “”mental illness”” to Group of answer choices allow support services from non-military community agencies employ more Veterans Service Organizations gain more funding from the DoD minimize the impact of PTSD reduce stigma Question 12 Which of the following has been described as one of the “”major justice reforms of the last part of the 20th century””? Group of answer choices deferred adjudication implementation of Crisis Intervention Teams specialized police response the expansion of drug courts the Sequential Intercept Model   Question 13 Police departments hiring mental-health specialists is an example of Group of answer choices mental-health-based specialized mental-health response mobile crisis unit police-based specialized mental-health response police-based specialized police response police mental-health-systems mapping   Question 14 One of the aspects that leads to the effectiveness of drug courts is Group of answer choices adherence to traditional programs avoidance of boundary spanners focus on punitive interventions mandatory CIT training numerous contacts with the judge  

Question 15 Children who are bullied are more likely than their peers to experience Group of answer choices anti-social personality disorders anxiety disorders attention deficit disorders individualized education plays poverty  

Question 16 The response to mental-health needs of children most often recommended today is Group of answer choices institutionalization juvenile detention psychotropic medication residential treatment system of care within the child’s home community  

Question 17 Prescribing selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors to children Group of answer choices happens more often with girls than boys happens more often with middle-class or wealthy children is effective as a treatment on its own, without including other forms of treatment is never recommended for children may increase the likelihood of suicidal thoughts or ideations   Question 18 Caregiving responsibilities for family members with mental illness (such as financial strain, navigating services and systems, and family disruption and stress) are examples of Group of answer choices high emotional expression objective burden paradigm shift subjective burden the schizophrenogenic mother Question 19 A family member’s level of criticism, hostility, and/or emotional overinvolvement is Group of answer choices a sign of genetic risk for developing schizophrenia expressed emotion FPE subjective burden objective burden subjective burden Question 20 The relapse rate for patients in FPE groups with their families and taking medication is Group of answer choices 0.1 0.15 0.35 0.4 0.6  

Question 21 In PMFG, joining refers to Group of answer choices blaming the family for causing the client’s mental illness collecting and sharing information while supporting the client and family family participation in an education workshop providing reference lists to family members self-disclosure about own personal and professional experiences with mental illness  

Question 22 Avoiding loud arguments about chores is an example of which family guideline? Group of answer choices give each other space go slow ignore what you can’t change keep it cool keep it simple  

Question 23 The greatest need of older people with long-term psychiatric disorders is Group of answer choices adult medical day centers institutionalization medical marijuana recovery goals emphasizing employment support to live in the community Question 24 The most common mental disorder among older adults is Group of answer choices anxiety disorders dementia depression schizophrenia substance abuse  

Question 25 One of the reasons serious and persistent mental illness declines with age is that Group of answer choices depression is a normal and healthy response to developmental changes of aging life expectancy of people with serious mental illness is considerably lower than the general population older adults are more likely to become asymptomatic older adults experience less substance abuse than younger adults there aren’t enough service providers to diagnose it Bottom of Form

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