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Consultation has been defined as "a process in which a human services professional assists a ____________ with a _______-related or care-taking related problem with a client _________, with the goal of helping some specified way."

  • Consultee
  • Work
  • System


________________ Consultation adopts a systems approach and defines the entire ________ as the consultee.

  • Organizational
  • Organization


______________ Consultation requires the consultant to adopt an explicit _______ orientation in order to foster the goals of a disenfranchised group.

  • Advocacy
  • Value


Consultations generally involve _____ stages.



________ is the initial phase of consultation, involving identifying consultee ______, contracting, and physically/_________ entering the system.

  • Entry
  • Needs
  • Psychologically


Resistance is most common during the ______ stage of consultation, and may occur as a __________ response to change or an __________ phenomenon when it is due to excessive rigidity in the client system or reflects counterproductive consultee issues.

  • Entry
  • Healthy
  • Unhealthy


_______ is the second stage of consultation, and entails gathering information, ________ the problem, setting goals, and generating possible __________.

  • Diagnosis
  • Defining
  • Interventions


___________ is the third stage of consultation, and consists of choosing an _________, formulating a plan, and ____________ the plan.

  • Implementation
  • Intervention
  • Implementing


___________ is the fourth and final stage of consultation, and involves ________ the consultation, planning post-consultation matters, reducing _______ and follow-up, and __________.

  • Disengagement
  • Evaluating
  • Involvement
  • Termination


Mental Health Consultation is derived from the medical/psychiatric model and is attributed largely to the work of Gerald ________ (1970), who distinguished between _____ types.

  • Caplan
  • Four


_______________ Consultation involves helping the consultee to work more effectively with the client.

Client-Centered Case.


_______________ Consultation is focused on enhancing the consultee's performance in delivering services to a population or group of clients, focusing on the consultee's skills, knowledge, abilities, and/or objective.

Consultee-Centered Case.


________ interference is a type of __________ that occurs when a past unresolved conflict related to a particular client or circumstance is evoked by and interferes with the consultee's current situation.

  • Theme 
  • Transference


_____________ Consultation involves working with one or more administrators to resolve problems related to an existing program.

Program-Centered Administrative.


_____________ Consultation focuses on the goal of helping administrative-level personnel improve their professional functioning so they can be more effective in the future with regard to program development, implementation, and evaluation.

Consultee-Centered Administrative.


_________ Process in supervision occurs when a supervisee replicates problems and symptoms with the supervisor that are being manifested by the supervisee's _______.

  • Parallel
  • Client

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