PBSC Psychological Consultation & Collaboration in School and Community Settings MCQs

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QUESTION 1

  1. A few 6th grade teachers have reported suspicions of students coming to school under the influence of alcohol and marijuana. After speaking to some other students in the class in which you have a close relationship, you learn that some students have made a game out of drinking alcohol and smoking marijuana before school. With whom might you collaborate as you plan to address the situation with students?
    a. Jason and RAMP City Primary Parents
    b. Teachers and Carl
    c. Sarah and Lucas
    d. Evelyn and Logan

2 points

QUESTION 2

  1. You have gotten used to seeing Brenan, an 11th grader, often at RAMP CITY High school. He is always there when you get to work, and you pass him in the hallways when you head home in the afternoons. A teacher shares with you that she spotted Brenan behind the school one Saturday afternoon. After some probing, you have learned that Brenan was kicked out of his home and has been sleeping behind the school. When you contact Brenan’s parents, you are told that they do not care what he does anymore. With whom might you collaborate to support Brenan?
    a. Shalita
    b. Patricia
    c. Jason
    d. Russell

2 points

QUESTION 3

  1. Jesse Davis has come in for an appointment about his ninth-grade son, JJ. JJ is expecting a child with Kacey, another student at your school. Jesse wants to support JJ and Kacey as they continue their education but fears he will not have the financial resources to prepare for the clothes, shoes, or sleeping arrangements that this child will need at his home. With whom might you collaborate to support the needs in which Jesse expresses?
    a. Russell
    b. RAMP City Primary Parents and Guardians
    c. William
    d. Victor and Angelica

2 points

QUESTION 4

  1. Who can conduct psychological testing and provide diagnoses in RAMP City?
    a. Russell and Patricia
    b. Evelyn
    c. Alicia
    d. Lauren or Logan

2 points

QUESTION 5

  1. How can Victor support you, as the school counselor?
    a. Providing transportation services to parents and students after school.
    b. Providing career courses for unemployed or underemployed students and parents.
    c. Providing medical services to students.
    d. Donating school supplies, food, and providing financial support for school counseling initiatives.

2 points

QUESTION 6

  1. How does Russell support your work at RAMP City Primary or RAMP City High?
    a. Provides information about government benefits and resources to families.
    b. Provides additional mental health support, diagnoses, and can prescribe medication for students.
    c. Conducts home visits for students.
    d. Supports the needs of homeless students.

2 points

QUESTION 7

  1. What is the difference between Jason and Crystal in RAMP City?
    a. Jason conducts home visits to understand the underlying causes of student behavioral challenges while Crystal officially reports students for truancy concerns.
    b. Crystal supports students in attaining eligibility for special education programs through assessments while Jason supports students by connecting them with resources and programs to support new learning diagnoses.
    c. Jason diagnoses students with psychiatric disorders while Crystal recommends local hospitals to treat students with recent diagnoses.
    d. Jason supports students in attaining eligibility for special education programs through assessments while Crystal supports students by connecting them with resources and programs to support new learning diagnoses.

2 points

QUESTION 8

  1. What would not be a reason to consult with Logan or Lauren?
    a. To understand specific counseling services required in a student’s Individualized Education Program (IEP).
    b. To understand how to create a small peer support group for students who have been bullied.
    c. To understand how to accommodate a student’s needs and abilities in a classroom guidance lesson.
    d. To understand how to best provide coping strategies personalized for RAMP City students diagnosed with autism who become overwhelmed during the school day.

2 points

QUESTION 9

  1. Jonathan, a 1st grader, is sent to your office for a disciplinary concern. He was caught stuffing extra food from lunch into his pockets and bookbag. After speaking with him, you learn that his mother recently lost her job and his family has not had much to eat. He wanted to bring food home for his siblings. You have already contacted Crystal with Jonathan’s concerns. Who else might you collaborate to best support Jonathan’s family with employment support?
    a. Patricia
    b. Jason
    c. Angelica
    d. Monique

2 points

QUESTION 10

  1. Mr. Lyons, a primary parent, has come to your office to notify you of his impending divorce from Mrs. Lyons. While notifying you, he begins to cry and divulge the details of his affair, which ultimately caused Mrs. Lyons to file for divorce. Aware of your mental health training, he begins to ask you for support in how to regain his wife’s trust to stop the divorce proceedings. Your best course of action would be:
    a. Explain how you can support his student during this difficult time and work with Mr. Lyons to understand the underlying characteristics associated with his cheating.
    b. Explain how you can support his student during this difficult time and provide Mr. Lyons with referral information for Evelyn to help him during this challenging time.
    c. Explain how you can support his student during this difficult time and make an appointment for Mr. Lyon to return and speak more about regaining his wife’s trust later in the week.
    d. Explain how you can support his student during this difficult time and provide Mr. Lyons with referral information for Patricia to help him during this challenging time.

2 points

QUESTION 11

  1. A few 6th grade teachers have reported suspicions of students coming to school under the influence of alcohol and marijuana. After speaking to some other students in the class in which you have a close relationship, you learn that some students have made a game out of drinking alcohol and smoking marijuana before school. With whom might you consult as you plan to address the situation with students?
    a. Logan
    b. Lucas
    c. Jason
    d. Alicia

2 points

QUESTION 12

  1. Mrs. Williams is concerned about her son, Mason, an 11th grader at RAMP City High. Her son refuses to bathe despite her best attempts, has developed quite an odor due to this decision, and it is a hassle getting him to school each morning. Mason frequently complains of having a stomachache when in school, is doing poorly in his classes, and no longer hangs out with the friends he had at the beginning of the school year. With whom can you collaborate in RAMP City to explore ways to best support Mason academically and socially?
    a. Patricia or Russell
    b. Alicia
    c. RAMP City High Parents and Guardians
    d. Teachers

2 points

QUESTION 13

  1. Jaylen, one of your high school students, has revealed to you that he sometimes hears voices. The direction of these voices led to an incident that caused him to be suspended last month. With whom can you collaborate in RAMP City to best support him?
    a. Monique
    b. RAMP City High Parents and Guardians
    c. Russell
    d. Sarah

2 points

QUESTION 14

  1. You have been working hard with Mason and Isabella to collect and assess demographic data on students recommended for Advanced Placement (AP) courses at RAMP City High School for the past three years. After reviewing the data, you discover that students of color have been recommended at drastically lower rates than their white counterparts. The same trend exists in RAMP Primary, as well. Parents of students of color have complained about this opportunity to Ashley and Lucas, but their needs have not been addressed. With whom might you collaborate in getting better attention and support for a Closing the Gap initiative that advocates for students and parents of color?
    a. Crystal
    b. Dr. Winston
    c. Evelyn
    d. Jason

2 points

QUESTION 15

  1. Identify the professional in RAMP City that may not possess necessary qualifications for a valid outside counseling referral for anxiety?
    a. Shalita
    b. Russell
    c. Patricia
    d. Sarah

2 points

QUESTION 16

  1. A parent has mentioned that she cannot take her child to the doctor because she does not have a job or health insurance. Who might you consult in RAMP City and how might they help?
    a. Shalita and Angelica can connect the parent with any services or programs to support her challenges.
    b. Lucas and Ashley can connect the parent with any services or programs to support her challenges.
    c. Carl and Monique can connect the parent with any services or programs to support her challenges.
    d. Victor can connect the parent with any services or programs to support her challenges.

2 points

QUESTION 17

  1. What are limitations of Alicia’s position in RAMP City?
    a. Her schedule
    b. Her qualifications.
    c. Her training.
    d. Her location.

2 points

QUESTION 18

  1. Which is not an example of how you might collaborate with Alicia?
    a. Providing medical education to students with anxiety who refuse to bathe for long periods of time.
    b. Providing medical services to students in her absence.
    c. Providing education to teachers of how to respond to the needs of students with diabetes in class.
    d. Providing sex education courses to students on STD’s.

2 points

QUESTION 19

  1. Ashley would like for you to host a series of informational sessions for parents on rising issues that may affect adolescents in RAMP City. She suggests educating parents on topics such as various new drugs, common challenges with social media, depression and suicide, and safe sex practices. With whom might you consult or collaborate to assist you in planning the content for these events?
    a. Shalita, Angelica, or Sarah
    b. Patricia, Lauren, or Jose
    c. Isabella, Shalita, or Jason
    d. Carl, Monique, or Lauren

2 points

QUESTION 20

  1. Justin has recently returned from the RAMP City juvenile detention center. His father wants to make sure that he never has to return. He asks to meet with you every two weeks for a behavioral and academic update on Justin’s progress. With whom might you collaborate to positively support Justin’s daily transition as he reenters the school environment?
    a. Carl
    b. Dr. Winston
    c. Jason
    d. Teachers

2 points

QUESTION 21

  1. Upon starting at RAMP City High, you noticed several suspensions for physical violence. You want to create an anger management group. A needs assessment survey would be effective to conduct with the following individuals except:
    a. RAMP City High Parents and Guardians
    b. Dr. Winston
    c. Students
    d. RAMP City High Teachers

2 points

QUESTION 22

  1. Jaleyah, a 5th grader, has been having a series of outbursts in class. Her teachers report her “making noises” or excessively “clearing her throat” during tests, after recess, and at various times during class. She has been reprimanded several times and her parents have come to you for help. With whom might you refer Jaleyah’s parents first?
    a. Carl
    b. Lucas
    c. Sarah
    d. Crystal or Jose

2 points

QUESTION 23

  1. You have been transferred to ALLIANCE school, in nearby ALLIANCE City (2 hours away from RAMP City). Other than you, the only helping professionals that ALLIANCE City possesses is one clinical psychologist with a long waiting list and a part time school nurse. One of your students, Emery, has experienced declining grades over the last few months. It takes her longer to complete assignments and tests in class and she often has difficulty repeating things that she hears even when questioned immediately. Who might you consult in RAMP city to support Emery or Emery’s family in helping her to be successful in school?
    a. Lucas
    b. Jason
    c. Sarah
    d. RAMP City Primary Parents and Guardians or RAMP City High Parents and Guardians

2 points

QUESTION 24

  1. Joellen, one of your seventh-grade girls, has run into your office in a panic! She believes that she is pregnant. After some probing, you learn that Joellen has never had sex or sexual contact before and has not started her period. She heard from a friend that girls can get pregnant from sitting on toilet seats and she has been vomiting lately so she is 100% sure that she is now pregnant. You want to provide a sexual education advisory program for your seventh and eighth grade classes but are unsure about how the content may be accepted. With whom might you consult prior to creating this program to help Joellen and other students?
    a. Shalita and Crystal
    b. Lucas and William
    c. Alicia and Sarah
    d. Carl and Monique

2 points

QUESTION 25

  1. How can Monique support you?
    a. Providing legal and security support for student issues and concern.
    b. Conducting background checks on parents prior to coming into your office.
    c. Providing medical support to students based on state laws and standards.
    d. Conducting background checks on students, when necessary.

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