Substances
Health Risks
Coping Skills
Reed Behavioral Health
Mental Health
100

What is one of the most commonly abused substances? 

Alcohol 

100

Alcohol does damage to what major organ? 

Liver

100

What does "CBT" stand for? 

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

100

Name 1 group norm

(answers may vary)

100

Trauma is only seen in military personnel, true or false?

False

200

What is the most commonly abused illicit drug? 

Marijuana

200

Name a risk of sharing drug works (i.e. supplies) like needles, straws, pipes.

Infection of Hep C or HIV, blood borne diseases

200

A skill that makes you aware of your current lived experience 

Mindfulness

200

If you are late to group-how many minutes constitutes an "absent" mark? 

15 minutes

200

A sudden surge of anxiety that sometimes leads people to believe they are experiencing a heart attack is known as what? 

A panic attack

300

Using benzodiazepines (i.e. valium or Xanax) without a prescription from a doctor is illegal. True or false?

True

300

Name 3 health related consequences of snorting drugs

Nosebleeds, perforated septum, chronic runny nose, loss of sense of smell, problems with swallowing

300

A distress tolerance/mindfulness skill that helps fight cravings

Urge surfing

300

Who at RBH runs a mindfulness group? 

Ben/Katie
300

A disorder where people experience fear of being judged, experience self consciousness, and avoidance of social situations?

Social Anxiety Disorder

400

What drug is a short acting general anesthetic for human and veterinary use? 

Ketamine 

400

______ happens when the toxic effects of a drug overwhelm the individual using the substance

Overdose

400

A visualization skill in recovery where you picture what would happen if you gave into your urges/cravings

Playing the Tape Forward

400

Where is the other RBH program location? 

Wayzata 

400

A disorder where a person experiences mood changes during season changes

SAD

500

What drug was first synthesized from ephedrine in 1918 and was also used in World War 2? 

Methamphetamine

500

The use of substances causes a surge of this neurotransmitter in the brain 

Dopamine

500

What is the "Opposite Action" skill in DBT? Provide an example. 

The Opposite Action Skill allows us to choose to respond opposite from how we would normally respond. 
(examples may vary)

500

What was Reed Behavioral Health formerly known as? 

Kodiak Recovery

500

Name a type of antidepressant

Answers may vary (SSRI's, SNRI's, atypical antidepressants, tricyclic antidepressants, MAOI's)

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