This information gathered for this quiz comes from Psychology 101, Chapter 10: Psychotherapy.


Directions:  Respond to the following items with either true or false.  When you have responded to all items, click the Score button at the bottom of the page.


1.

Cognitive approaches to treatment are geared toward changing faulty thinking and irrational beliefs.
    True
    False

2.

Unconscious motives left over from childhood are a primary focus of treatment for psychoanalytical therapists.
    True
    False

3.

Most states require psychologists to have a doctoral degree and a specific level of experience before being able to sit for licensure.
    True
    False

4.

Social Work required no formal education.
    True
    False

5. 

Mental Health Counselors must typically possess a doctoral degree.
    True
    False

6.

Clinical psychologists tend to work with more severe psychopathology than school or counseling psychologists.
    True
    False

7.

Counseling psychologists work a lot with individuals and groups on issues related to career decisions, relationships, developmental problems, and less severe mental disorders
    True
    False

8.

Psychiatrists perform the largest amount of psychotherapy, accounting for approximately 60% of therapy providers.
    True
    False

9.

Psychologists are the only mental health professionals licensed to prescribe medication in all 50 states.
    True
    False

10.

Empathy is perhaps the most important factor in any therapeutic relationship.
    True
    False