Working with Mentally Ill Clients - Continuing Education Quiz

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1. Most mentally ill people could get better without medications if they tried.(Required)
1. Most mentally ill people could get better without medications if they tried.
2. If your client is paranoid, he may worry that strangers are following him.(Required)
2. If your client is paranoid, he may worry that strangers are following him.
3. Most mentally ill people are not violent.(Required)
3. Most mentally ill people are not violent.
4. Mental illnesses are rare, especially among elderly people.(Required)
4. Mental illnesses are rare, especially among elderly people.
5. Which of the following could be a warning sign of mental illness?(Required)
5. Which of the following could be a warning sign of mental illness?
6. People with bipolar disease:(Required)
6. People with bipolar disease:
7. People with schizophrenia may have a strong (but false) belief called a delusion.(Required)
7. People with schizophrenia may have a strong (but false) belief called a delusion.
8. If your client is having an hallucination, you should:(Required)
8. If your client is having an hallucination, you should:
9. If your client gets sweaty, shaky and nauseated whenever she sees a dog, she might have an anxiety disorder.(Required)
9. If your client gets sweaty, shaky and nauseated whenever she sees a dog, she might have an anxiety disorder.
10. The medications prescribed for mentally ill people may have unpleasant side effects.(Required)
10. The medications prescribed for mentally ill people may have unpleasant side effects.
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