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Discuss the benefits and limitations of ethical codes for social workers.

unit 2.1

In reading the case study for unit 1, what are your thoughts concerning Dr. Martinson’s course of action? What might you have done if you were Dr. Martinson.

unit 2.1

In reading the case study for unit 2, what ethical responsibility does Peter have in this case? How would you deal with Eloise?

unit 2.2

How do you think your work as a counselor might have an impact on your personal life?unit 3.1What are some of the main challenges you expect to face in reaching diverse client populations?

unit 3.2

In reading the case study for unit 3, do you think the judge was too lenient in the case? How is this a good example of cross-cultural conflict? Would you have reported this case to Child Protective Services? Why or why not?

unit 4.1

In reading the case study for unit 3, do you think Joy took care of her professional responsibility or do you think this was a case of client abandonment? Be sure to explain your answer.

unit 4.2

What are your thoughts about counseling via the Internet? What specific ethical issues do you think need to be raised? How comfortable would you be in using this form of technology in your counseling practice?

unit 5.1

When clients have a history of criminal activity, in many circumstances counselors and therapists are bound to keep that history confidential. A client who reveals to a licensed psychologist that she robbed a liquor store last week, for example, probably has a right to have that information kept confidential unless she injured a child or an elder or otherwise acted in ways that come under the mandated reporting laws. How do you feel about keeping such information confidential?

unit 5.2

In reading the case study for unit 5, do you believe the therapist has a duty to notify the authorities? Why or why not? If she discloses the information, could this be considered a breach of confidentiality?

unit 6.1

In reading the case study for unit 5, how do you assess Dr. Kim’s behavior? Do you see any potential ethical issue?

unit 6.2

Some counselors take the position that counseling and friendship should not be mixed. The argument is that blending social relationships with professional ones simultaneously can negatively affect the therapy process, the friendship, or both. What are your ideas about this viewpoint?

unit 7.1
Discuss the difference between professional impairment and incompetence? In what ways do these concepts overlap?

7.2

What are your thoughts about the assumption that training programs need to be designed so that students can learn a good deal more about themselves as well as acquire theoretical knowledge?

unit 8.1

What if you worked in an agency that required you to formulate a diagnosis and treatment plan based upon your impressions at the time of the initial session, how would this influence your practice?

unit 8.2
Regarding the case study above, what diagnosis should Samual give Charlie and Amanda? Why? Do you think it is unethical or illegal for samuel to give Charlie or Amanda one diagnosis or another? How unethical is it that an insurance company, who has not yet met the client can determine whether they will have services paid for, or how many sessions they can have?

 

 

HSV 400 quiz 1

 

 

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___________ is concerned with perspectives of right and proper conduct and involves an evaluation of actions on the basis of some broader cultural context or religious standard.

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Robert runs into the office, unprepared and frustrated because he is late for his weekly appointment with his first client of the day. He is consistently late for his appointments and his behavior is:

Correct unprofessional.

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James and Mary were in counseling for marital problems. The counselor decided to meet each partner in an individual session before meeting them as a couple. James confided that he was HIV-positive and was not going to tell his spouse because she would know that he had been unfaithful. The counselor decided to break confidentially after attempts to encourage James to inform his wife of his condition were unsuccessful. The counselor’s action:

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Elizabeth, a beginning practitioner, counsels in a manner in which she merely acts in compliance with the law and follows minimal ethical standards. She is at the first level of ethical functioning, which is:

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The basic purpose of professional codes of ethics is to:

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A formal complaint was filed against Harry for sexually harassing a female client. A repeat offender, he was previously warned that a major sanction would be imposed if he continued his unethical actions. The ethics committee of the professional association to which he belongs recommended that Harry:

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The counselor who asks the questions “Am I doing what is best for my client?” rather than “Is this situation unethical?” is functioning from which of the following ethical perspectives?

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Virtuous professionals:

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Richard is counseling a male Asian client and is encouraging him to go to college even though he is expected to take care of his aging parents. Richard is violating the following basic moral principle in making ethical decisions:

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Jan, an incest survivor, is covered for six sessions by her insurance. Her counselor is in private practice and knows that Jan needs more sessions. She decides to offer Jan her services pro bono. In making the ethical decision to ensure that her client has equal access to services, the counselor is using the basic moral principal of:

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Expulsion or suspension of members from professional associations:

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In an attempt to convince her young client to practice safe sex, Valerie fabricated her own statistics and facts about the hazards of unprotected sex. In this instance, Valerie violated the principle of:

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Which of the following models of ethical decision making focuses primarily on the social aspects of decision making and redefines the process as being interactive rather than intrapsychic?

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The authors have discovered that many of the issues relevant to beginning professionals

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The authors state their positions throughout the text in order to

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Why is it imperative for you to become familiar with the guiding principles of the ethics codes and accepted standards of practice of your profession?

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Responsible practice requires that you

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According to the text, which of the following would not be considered a professional mental health worker?

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Which of the following statements is not true with regard to specialty guidelines?

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Which of the following statements is true with regard to ethical codes?

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When practitioners weigh multiple and often competing demands and goals, they must use

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The major duties of regulating boards include which of the following?

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When a complaint is lodged against a member of a professional organization, the ethics committee

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When practitioners devote a portion of their professional time and skills to services for which there is no expectation of significant financial return, they are

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Autonomy refers to

 

HSV 400 quiz 2

 

 

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Rhonda is a counselor at a drug and alcohol treatment center. She grew up in an alcoholic home and is not fully aware of the “unfinished business” she has with her parents. She is still angry and resents her parents for having to grow up in an alcoholic family system. It is most likely that Rhonda will:

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Ronald directs his clients toward solutions instead of encouraging them to seek alternatives for themselves. He is likely to have a strong need:

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________________ is the process whereby clients place past feelings or attitudes they had toward significant people in their lives onto their therapist.

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Termination of the therapy process:

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Which of the following therapist behaviors might be indicative of a countertransference reaction?

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Joanne finds herself wanting to solve her client’s problems which are similar to the issues her daughter is going through. Joanne gives advice and feels frustrated when her client won’t follow through on her suggestions. Her emotional reactions to her client, which involve her own projections is based on:

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When counselors become overly concerned with meeting their own needs or pushing their own personal agendas, their behavior becomes:

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Sexual or romantic feelings toward a client:

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Deutsch and Farber found surprisingly similar results in their surveys of therapists’ perceptions of stressful client behavior. In both studies therapists reported that the following clients’ behavior was most stressful for them:

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The responsibility for addressing the assessment, remediation, and prevention of counselor impairment lies with:

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___________________and ___________________ are the hallmarks of being able to make a difference in the helping professions.

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Researchers point out that there is _________________________relationship between a practitioner’s personal life and his or her professional behavior.

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The authors state that in many ways, therapeutic encounters serve as mirrors in which therapists can see their own lives reflected. As a consequence,

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Tanya seems to meet some of her personal needs through counseling her clients. This is

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When we are unaware of our needs and personal dynamics,

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The NAADAC Code of Ethics (2008) states: “I shall not do for others what they can readily do for themselves but rather, facilitate and support the doing. Likewise, I shall not insist on doing what I perceive as good without reference to what the client perceives as good and necessary.” This statement speaks directly to the need for

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Which of the following statements is true with regard to therapists experiencing personal problems and conflicts?

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Question 18

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Cathy is an eating disorders specialist who has a past history of bulimia. Given her personal experiences with dysfunctional eating patterns, Cathy

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Informing students prior to entering a training program that self-exploration will be part of their training

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Some professionals believe that self-care is a ____________________________ for mental health practitioners.

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Mary is seeking abortion counseling from a practitioner who has been actively involved in the pro-life movement. The therapist has extreme discomfort with Mary’s values and doesn’t think he could maintain objectivity. It would be best if he:

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Thomas has full-blown AIDS and has decided to end his life rather than continue to suffer. The counselor he is working with does not condone rational suicide. In this case, the counselor needs to:

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Which of the following statements is most accurate?

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The idea that psychotherapy is value neutral is

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Shania is seeking counseling to resolve her feelings about the ending of an extramarital affair. Her boyfriend who is married broke up with her and she is very angry about this. She informs her therapist that she plans to contact the wife in order to “ruin” their marriage. The therapist should

 

 

HSV 400 quiz 3

 

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Our ______________________________ is/are the basis of our worldview and possible biases.

Correct All of the choices

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___________ counseling is any counseling relationship in which the counselor and the client belong to different cultural groups, may hold different assumptions about social reality, and may subscribe to different world views.

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The culturally encapsulated counselor is characterized by:

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A cross-cultural counselor who perceives reality exclusively through the filters of his or her own life experiences is said to be culturally:

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Statements such as “Minority groups need to take responsibility for their own predicament” and “In order to succeed, people need to stop complaining and start working” do not take into account environmental factors. These are examples of:

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Frank is a Native American college student who is seeking information about his career choice from a male counselor. The counselor notices that he uses very little eye contact and needs to recognize that Frank:

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Marie is working with a lesbian client who is in a dysfunctional relationship with another woman. She is seeking counseling to sort out her options regarding leaving her emotionally abusive partner. Marie can assist her client by:

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It is the authors’ position that counselors would not work well with diverse populations if they:

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Denise is a Euro-American social worker who is a former welfare client. A divorcee and mother of four, she succeeded in completing her degree and getting off the system in four years. She is now working in a welfare-to-work program and sets similar goals for her multicultural clients. Denise’s attitude and actions indicate that she:

Question 10

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According to the authors, the first step in the process of acquiring multicultural counseling skills in a training program should be that students:

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_______________________________ is a three-stage developmental sequence, from multicultural awareness to knowledge and comprehension to skills and applications.

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What is/are the reason(s) for the underutilization of mental health services by minority groups?

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Which of the following court cases involved an employee assistance program provider who refused to counsel homosexual clients on the basis of religious beliefs and was eventually terminated by her employer?

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Working effectively with cultural diversity in the therapeutic process is

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Cultural issues affect which of the following aspects of the counseling process?

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Mental health practitioners must ________________ their own group as the standard by which to assess appropriate behavior in others.

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To the extent that counselors are focused on the values of ______________________ and ______________________ to variations among groups and individuals, they are at risk for practicing unethically.

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When the term “culture” is interpreted broadly, it is associated with

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___________________ is a sense of identity that stems from common ancestry, history, nationality, religion, and race.

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In multicultural counseling, one must balance the importance of______________________ in assessment, diagnosis, and treatment.

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_____________________ refers to individual differences on a number of variables that place clients at risk for discrimination based on age, gender, gender identity, race, ethnicity, culture, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, disability, language, or socioeconomic status.

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_________________________ refers to a practitioner’s level of awareness, knowledge, and interpersonal skill when working with individuals from diverse backgrounds.

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Which of the following ethics codes mention the practitioner’s responsibility to recognize the special needs of diverse client populations?

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Oppression has resulted in deep psychological and spiritual pain for persons in diverse groups. This is referred to as

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The APA has developed a set of specialty guidelines for psychotherapy with lesbian, gay, and bisexual clients that prohibit unfair discrimination based on sexual orientation. Which of the areas stated below are not mentioned in the guidelines?

 

 

HSV 400 quiz 4

 

 

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Informed consent generally implies that the person:

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____________ to give informed consent means that the client has the ability to make rational decisions.

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Written consent forms should not include:

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Which of the statements below is true with regard to clients’ beliefs about the therapeutic process?

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Most ethical codes specify that therapist should:

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_________ should include a record of client and therapist behavior that is clinically relevant, including interventions used, client responses to treatment strategies, the evolving treatment plan, and any follow-up measures taken.

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Concerning counseling via the Internet, which statement is most accurate?

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Regarding counseling with children and adolescents, informed consent of parents or guardians may not be legally required when a minor is seeking counseling for:

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The authors have found that when they attend continuing education workshops on ethics in clinical practice, the emphasis is often on

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The social policy of de-institutionalization, as it applies to mental-health practices, involves the “least restrictive alternative” which requires that:

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The intent of a(n) _____________________ is to define boundaries and clarify the nature of the basic counseling relationship between the counselor and the client.

Correct informed consent document

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Of the following, which is an example of a behavior that might leave a mental health practitioner vulnerable to a malpractice suit?

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To succeed in a malpractice claim, the plaintiff needs to show that a breach of duty did exist in which:

Question 14

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Disclosures should be given in

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Joyce was hospitalized as a result of an attempted suicide. She tried to call her therapist before taking an overdose of pills, but he could not be reached because he was on vacation and did not make provisions for a replacement therapist while he was gone. This action constitutes the following type of professional negligence:

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Inappropriate socialization with clients, burdening clients with a counselor’s personal problems, and putting clients in awkward business situations are examples of:

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Which of the following would be least likely to lead to a malpractice suit?

Question 18

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The following is a safeguard against malpractice accusations:

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In the event that a practitioner is sued he or she should:

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______________ can best be viewed as an ongoing process aimed at increasing the range of choices and the responsibility of the client as an active therapeutic partner.

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_________________________ are essentially the same as psychotherapy notes. They address the client’s transference reactions and the therapist’s subjective impressions of the client.

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Managed care contracts often have

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Fran has decided to start an online counseling practice. Which of the following have the potential to result in unethical behavior?

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Elena, your client of two years, has just received the news that she is losing her insurance coverage; however, she recently had a breakthrough in therapy and needs to continue working on her issues. As an ethical therapist, you should

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Samuel has been planning a two week vacation to Europe for months. He is a private practitioner and has a caseload of clients who have dependency issues. As an ethical practitioner, Samuel should

 

 

HSV 400 quiz 5

 

 

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One might argue that taking a(n) _____________________perspective not only raises practitioners’ anxiety but encourages them to focus on avoiding risks to themselves rather than focusing on their ethical obligations and the potential risks to clients.

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James is in court facing drug-related charges and his therapist was subpoenaed to testify in court regarding any discriminating evidence concerning the case. His therapist came to court but refused to answer questions regarding the case or produce James’s records. The therapist used the following legal concept to protect himself from forced disclosure:

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__________ , as a matter of law, refers to the constitutional right of an individual to decide the time, place, manner, and extent of sharing oneself with others.

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It is illegal and unethical for a therapist to disclose confidential information when:

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Ethical guidelines regarding confidentiality require that counselors do not:

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Susan is quite distressed after finding out that her husband has been unfaithful and tells her counselor that she is so angry that she feels like killing him. Upon hearing this, the counselor needs to:

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The California court’s ruling that requires that therapists breach confidentiality in cases where the general welfare and safety of others is involved is a result of the:

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The law is:

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_________________ in a Supreme Court decision ruled that communications between licensed psychotherapists and their clients are privileged and therefore protected from forced disclosure in cases arising under federal law.

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Jolene tells her counselor that she is depressed about the break-up of her relationship and “just wishes she could go to sleep and never wake up.” In this case, the counselor needs to:

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The following would be an ineffective way of managing a client’s suicidal ideation:

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Two processes that offer safeguards against malpractice liability in suicidal cases are:

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Schools that receive federal funding are generally bound by the provisions of the

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According to the Tarasoff decision, the therapist does not:

Question 15

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Privileged communication does not apply in cases of:

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An African-American woman was interacting with her child in a domestic abuse shelter where she is over-heard to say to her child “Keep touching that and I’m going to whoop you.” The social worker that heard this statement should:

abuse in another culture and not reportable until it is determined that the child is in danger.

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A single father reports that he had too much to drink and harshly spanked his three-year old son when he wouldn’t stop screaming. The father feels terrible about the incident and asks his counselor to get some help for him so that it will never happen again. Acting on the highest level of ethical functioning, the counselor would:

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A counselor working in an AIDS-related case:

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_____________________________, which is rooted in a client’s______________, is at the core of effective therapy.

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In the case of disclosing confidential information when working with an HIV-positive client, several writers state that the therapist has a duty to protect when the following condition exists:

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Laws regarding confidentiality in school counseling:

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Which of the following is not identified in the text as a guideline for counselors using the telephone?

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In Chapter 6, a six-step ethical practice model for protecting confidentiality rights that places legal mandates in an ethical context is presented. The six steps include all except

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The major type(s) of elder abuse is/are:

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In ________________________ the court expanded the practitioner’s duty to warn those in danger to include the circumstance in which a family member communicates to a mental health practitioner a belief that the client poses a risk of grave bodily injury to another person.

 

 

HSV 400 quiz 6

 

 

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Joe has a counseling practice and is also teaching psychology part-time at a university. He is well liked and trusted by students and some have asked for private counseling. Joe has decided to wait until semester break before taking them on as clients. Joe would be:

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The following is true concerning dual relationships:

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Ted is a counselor educator and also acts as therapeutic agent for his students’ personal development since personal awareness is considered to be an intrinsic part of developing counselor skills in the program at the university in which he teaches. Ted is:

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Departures from commonly accepted practices that could potentially benefit clients are referred to as:

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The following action would maximize the risks inherent in dual or multiple relationships:

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Linda is considering developing a multiple or dual relationship with her client and it’s important for Linda to remember:

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In regards to boundaries in the counseling relationship, Lazarus takes the position that:

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Dual or multiple relationships can occur

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Which of the following situations has the potential to harm or exploit a client?

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Marty is counseling with an Asian client who recently returned from a trip to Japan to visit relatives. His client wants to give him an inexpensive souvenir. It is important for Marty to:

Question 11

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A counselor is likely to adopt stricter social boundaries and will be concerned about polluting the transference relationship if he/she is:

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Boundary management is:

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A common reaction of therapists who realize that they have sexual feelings towards their clients is to:

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Therapists can deal with powerful attractions to clients by:

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Which one of the following is not considered a guideline to minimizing the likelihood of sexual transgressions by clinicians?

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Bonnie became sexually involved with her therapist soon after therapy began. This action was initiated by the therapist who saw Bonnie’s provocative behavior as an invitation to become intimate. The following is a possible on-going consequence for the client being sexually exploited:

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Clients can file a legal complaint against a therapist for sexual misconduct by:

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According to professional codes of ethics, sexual relationships between client and counselor are considered to be ethical under which of the following circumstances?

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Robert is romantically attracted to his client and he suspects that the feeling is mutual. In order to take an ethical action, Robert should:

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In the authors’ view, non-erotic touching between counselor and client should be:

Question 21

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Clinicians who oppose any form of physical contact with their clients (e.g., non-erotic touching) believe that:

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Miguel has been providing couples counseling to Saundra and Steven for a couple of years and was recently invited to attend their 20th wedding anniversary party. Attending this event is an example of

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The notion that certain actions will inevitably lead to a progressive deterioration of ethical behavior is commonly referred to as:

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In contrast to the past, the American Psychological Association now views multiple relationships in a ____________________ manner and emphasizes the importance of ___________________ in making ethical decisions.

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Mentors often balance a multiplicity of roles. Which of the following would not be considered one of these roles?

 

 

HSV 400 quiz 7

 

 

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The following statement is not true with respect to counselor competence:

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According to the authors, a good training program encourages students to:

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As a part of the process of screening candidates for a therapist training program, counselor educators should:

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The argument for teaching a multimodal, systematic, technically eclectic model in training programs is that:

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Which of the following statements about competence is false?

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_________ represents the least degree of regulation of professional practice.

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An argument put forth in favor of legislation to regulate the delivery of mental-health services is that:

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Within the counseling profession, a specialty is officially recognized when:

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Most professional organizations support efforts to

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____________ is an organized system by which practitioners within a profession assess one another’s services.

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Barriers to dismissing a student who demonstrates dysfunctional interpersonal behavior from a training program include:

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Chaka, a new counselor trainee, appears to be emotionally stable and well-adjusted. One might say that she demonstrates:

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Referring clients to other professionals is:

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In order to apply our knowledge and skills competently,

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Even though mental health professionals may not intend to harm clients, ________________________ often is a major contributing factor in causing harm.

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According to the American Counseling Association, counselors practice only within the boundaries of their competence, based on their

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To qualify as a substance abuse counselor, the CACREP (2009) standards identify specific knowledge, skills, and practices in all of the following areas except

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When a practitioner has a license, he or she is

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_________________________ is a developmentally informed process that provides useful feedback during one’s training and throughout one’s professional career.

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Those who are responsible for educating and training mental health professionals are ethically and professionally obligated to

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When therapists extend the boundaries of their practice, or when they branch out into an area requiring specialty competence, they should

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Researchers recommend that students be taught ways of implementing wellness strategies into their daily lives

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Training programs have a responsibility to

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Dr. Geller is a faculty member in a training program that graduates trainees who he believes are incompetent. He has tried to address these issues with the program administrators and faculty; however, to no avail. Dr. Geller

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In most training programs, students are expected to

 

 

HSV 400 quiz 8

 

 

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Contemporary theories of counseling:

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Practicing counseling without an explicit theoretical rationale is somewhat like

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When a counselor works in a managed care system, client’s goals need to be:

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__________ is a general term covering the process of identifying an emotional or behavioral problem and making a statement about the current status of a client.

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Practitioners who argue against diagnosis:

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Practitioners need to function with ________________________; they must have a clear understanding of the techniques they employ and have a sense of the expected outcomes of their interventions.

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The following is not true concerning therapeutic use of the DSM-IV-TR to diagnose clients:

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Empirical research ____________________the centrality of the therapeutic relationship as a primary factor contributing to psychotherapy outcomes.

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According to professional ethical principles on testing, it would be unethical for a counselor to:

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John is seeking counseling through his managed care provider and he needs to be informed that:

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The managed care model:

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The purpose in using a technique is to

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What critical ethical issue(s) is (are) associated with managed care?

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Therapists cannot use the limitations of the managed care plan as a shield for

failing to:

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A theoretical orientation is best described as:

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Of the following, which factor(s) is/are crucial to therapy outcomes?

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Which of the following statements is/are true regarding evidence-based practice?

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___________________________ uses assessment to understand the client’s pattern of thinking and to identify self-defeating beliefs.

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A utilization review may take place _______________________ treatment.

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Which of the following statements has/have been supported by research?

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The acronym DSM-IV-TR stands for

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Which of the following tools is/are used to assist a practitioner in the process of psychodiagnosis?

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The clinical interview serves which of the following purposes?

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Gillian believes that many symptoms stem from problems within the system, rather than originating in the individual. Based on this belief, it is likely that she practices

 

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you will find 7 possible paper topics that have been drawn from various chapters in our text. Please write a 3 – 5 page paper on the topic that interests you the most. Make sure to include as much detail as possible, and use examples. Outside resources are not required, but are accepted. If you choose to utilize outside resources please make sure you reference in APA style.

 

On the title page please include the topic title from the attachment, so I know which topic you have chosen.

 

POSSIBLE PAPER TOPICS – ETHICAL/LEGAL ISSUES

Countertransference
Identify one form of countertransference you might struggle with and address how you would deal with this in an ethical and effective manner.

Dealing with a Value Conflict
Identify one specific value that you are likely to push, or an area where you expect to struggle because of a value conflict with a given client. Or, identify one of your core values and show how this value could either enhance or inhibit the effectiveness of counseling. Demonstrate how you might proceed to lessen the chances that you would impose your values on this client. How might you resolve a value conflict and use referral as a last option?

Ethics in Multicultural Practice
Raise what you consider to be one of the most significant questions regarding the ethical aspects of multicultural practice—and then address your question.

Malpractice
Identify some of the ways you will go about decreasing the chances of getting involved in a malpractice suit. Focus on your attitudes and actions that are likely to prevent you from malpractice actions. What guidance do the various codes of ethics provide for you in lessening a malpractice action?

Duty to Warn and to Protect

Assume you are counseling a client that you have serious concerns about with respect to either danger to self (suicidal person) or danger to other (violent person). Create a brief scenario and identify the salient legal, ethical, and clinical issues. Assuming that you would seek consultation, what would you ask of the consult? Discuss what you would do (giving your rationale) in the scenario you present.

Your Guidelines for Establishing Boundaries
Based on your readings, formulate your own position of what constitutes appropriate boundaries in the therapy relationship. What is your own position on dual and multiple relationships? Write your own guidelines for how you will go about establishing clear and appropriate boundaries with clients. Be specific, clear, and narrow down the subject in addressing this topic.

Competence
What does it mean to you to be a competent professional? How will you assess your competence? How will you maintain your competence? Review what the codes of ethics have to say about competence and incorporate this into your response.

 

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