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Final Exam Prep Ethics in Couseling

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1.WE DON’T HAVE TO BREACH CONFIDENTIALITY IN THIS SITUATION.
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You are working with a client and she reports being in a physically abusing relationship. Her partner has been violent with her. In this situation you would…
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2.CONSULT, GOING TO SEE HIS/HER OWN THERAPIST.
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Therapists can deal with powerful attractions to clients by doing what?
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3. A POTENTIALLY BENEFICIAL BOUNDARY CROSSING AND THE EVENT CAN BE ATTENDED.
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Miguel has been providing couples counseling to Sandra and Steven for six months, and was recently invited to attend their 20th wedding anniversary party. Attending this event is an example of?
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4.SETTING HEALTHY BOUNDARIES DURING THE INITIAL VISIT.
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Which of the following situations does NOT have the potential to harm or exploit a client?
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5.MORE CHALLENGING IN RURAL AREAS THAN IN URBAN AREAS.
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Boundary management is
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6.SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT
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What is an end-point evaluation typically completed at the end of a professional program or when applying for licensure status?
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7.SLIPPERY SLOPE
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What is the phenomenon that certain actions will inevitably lead to a progressive deterioration of ethical behavior?
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8.CLINICAL SUPERVISORS
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This type of person has a position of influence and typically operates in multiple roles.
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9.THEY SHOULD BE GIVEN DIRECTION AND OPPORTUNITIES TO CORRECT THE ISSUES.
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Students in clinical programs should probably be advised as early as possible if their behavior is problematic and unethical. What else?
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10.OVERSIGHT AND VICARIOUS LIABILITY
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This pertains to the responsibility supervisors have when they oversee the actions of their supervisees as they meet and work with clients?
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11. FORMATIVE ASSESSMENT
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What assessment is a developmentally informed process that provides useful feedback that provides training and throughout one’s professional career?
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12.A LICENSED OR INDEPENDENT PROFESSIONAL
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A primary aim of supervision is to create an environment in which the supervisee can acquire the experience necessary to become?
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13.PROVIDE AND MAINTAIN ETHICAL, SOCIAL AND PROFESSIONAL BOUNDARIES WITH SUSAN
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Susan is in a counseling training program and is attracted to her supervisor. She has indicated to him that she is interested in pursuing an intimate relationship. To provide adequate supervision for Susan, her supervisor would need to?
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14.MULTIPLE ROLES RELATIONSHIPS IN SUPERVISION
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This occurs when a supervisor has concurrent or consecutive professional roles or non-professional relationships with a supervisee in addition to the supervisor-supervisee relationship.
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15.ARE OFTEN DECIDED BY WESTERN SOCIETAL CAUCASIAN MALES.
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Contemporary theories of counseling:
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16.TRYING TO SAIL A BOAT WITHOUT A RUDDER
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Practicing counseling without an explicit theoretical rationale or orientation is somewhat like:
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17.TECNIQUE
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Practitioners must have a clear understanding of ___________ and have a sense of the expected outcomes of their interventions.
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18.CONSISTENTLY SUPPORTS
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Empirical research _________ the centrality of the therapeutic relationship as a primary factor contributing to psychotherapy outcomes.
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19.PERFORM TESTING AND ASSESSMENT SERVICES FOR WHICH THEY HAVE NOT BEEN ADEQUATELY TRAINED.
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According to professional ethical principles on testing, it would be unethical for a counselor to:
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20.HIGHLY SPECIFIC, LIMITED TO REDUCTION OF PROBLEMATIC SYMPTOMS AND OFTEN AIM AT TEACHING COPING SKILLS
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When a counselor works in a managed care system, client’s goals need to be:
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21.DSM V
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What is based on a medical model of mental illness that defines problems as presiding within the individual rather than in society? It often does not take into account the political, economic, social, and cultural factors in the lives of clients.
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22.EVIDENCE BASED PRACTICE
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This is the integration of the best available research with clinical expertise in the context of patient characteristics, culture, and preferences?
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23.YOU CAN PURPOSELY DECEIVE RESEARCH PARTICIPANTS IF THERE IS A VALID REASON TO DO SO, WHICH RELATES TO THE STUDY AND IT WILL NOT CAUSE SIGNIFICANT HARM TO THE PARTICIPANTS
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According to ethical principles, which of these is true?
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24.LMFT
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What kind of therapists believe that many symptoms stem from problems within the system rather than originating within the individual?
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25.DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSIS
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This is the process of distinguishing one form of mental disorder from another by determining which of the two or more disorders with similar symptoms a person is suffering from:
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26.DIAGNOSIS
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This is assigned to clients, it can have implications for employment, for future employability status, this also may prevent someone from getting life insurance:
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27.A SYMPTOM OF DYSFUNCTIONAL PATTERNS HANDED DOWN ACROSS GENERATIONS.
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The family systems perspective is grounded on the assumption that a client’s problematic behavior may be:
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28.CONSULT
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When in doubt…
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29.YEARS OF TRAINING AND SUPERVISION
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Competence in working with couples and families only comes with:
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30.SELF KNOWLEDGE is particularly critical for family therapists.
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Regarding family of origin issues,
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31.GENOGRAM
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Most family therapy training programs encourage ___________ work, and other processes designed to engage students with their own family of origin issues:
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32.ENCOURAGING COUPLES TO ACCEPT THE FACT THAT CHILD REARING IS PRIMARILY THE RESPONSIBILIY OF THE MOTHER.
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Which of the following is a sex-biased response to problems presented in couples’ therapy?
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33.LIVE SUPERVISION
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In which form of supervision do supervisors watch their trainees conduct family sessions from behind a one-way mirror and offer feedback and consultation to them?
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34.EDUCATE CLIENTS ON THE BENEFITS OF OUR PATRIARCHAL SOCIETY AND ENCOURAGE THEM TO CONTINUE IN THESE GENDER ROLES.
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Which of the following statements is NOT consistent with the values that create the basis for the feminist perspective on family therapy?
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35. NO SECRET POLICY
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Many believe it is wise to have a __________ when counseling couples due to the complexity of the work.
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36.ISOLATION
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It has been said in class several times that ____ is depressions best friend, and that this is the best friend of making unethical decisions. This often leads to making unethical choices.
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37. THE FAMILY OF ORIGIN APPROACH
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This approach to supervision is a necessary dimension of training for therapists who want to work with families?
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38.GENDER SENSITIVE COUPLES AND FAMILY THERAPY
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In this sexist attitudes and patriarchal assumptions are examined for their impact on family relations.
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39.EXPLORE WITH THE COUPLE HOW SATISFIED THEY ARE WITH THE CURRENT DIVISION OF LABOR
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Patricia, a family therapist, has adopted an egalitarian philosophy to guide her practice. A Korean couple comes to her to address concerns they have about their teenage daughter. When asked about their home life, they acknowledge they hold traditional roles and values and that the household chores are entirely left to the females in the family. Patricia should:
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40.UNETICAL
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In the case of domestic violence clinicians agree that conducting couples therapy while there is ongoing domestic violence: UNETHICAL
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41.SOCIAL JUSTICE
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What refers to the fair and equitable distribution of power, resources, and obligations in society to all people regardless of race, gender, ability, status, sexual orientation, and religious or spiritual background? SOCIAL JUSTICE
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42. INFORMED CONSENT
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Insurance of confidentiality is:
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43.TO PROTECT THE WELFARE OF THE PUBLIC AND PROTECT THE PROFESSION
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The general purpose of professional codes of ethics is:
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44.TREAT ALL MEMBERS AS IF THEY ARE THE SAME AND HAVE THE SAME
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Which of the following is NOT considered to be one of the characteristics of diversity sensitive group work? VALUES
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45.ENCOURAGE GAIL TO EXPLAIN WHY SHE WANTS TO LEAVE TO THE OTHER GROUP MEMBERS
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Gail feels like she has not accomplished what she wanted in her therapy group and has decided to leave. It is important for Gail’s therapist to:
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46.TERMINATION
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What phase of group work may be the one that leaders handle most inappropriately or ineptly?
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47.ADVOCATE WITH THE AIM OF CREATING A JUST SOCIETY IN WHICH ALL PEOPLE HAVE EQUAL OPPORTUNITIES AND RESOURCES TO STRIVE TOWARDS THEIR PERSONAL GOALS
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Mental health professionals must move forward and beyond the traditional approach of focusing on the intrapsychic, accept and recognize the impact of social and political factors on our clients and their families and determine how advocacy can affectively address those issues. Part of mental health professionals ethical and moral obligation is to:
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48.DISCRIMINATION AND OPPRESSION
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Counselors who base their practice on aspirational ethics oppose all forms of:
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49.ADVOCATE
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Mary is an African-American mother with 4 children who has had difficulty finding housing in a safe community. Lisa, her social worker, suspects that racial discrimination is involved and takes Mary to sites that she has previously screened for availability. At these sites she speaks up for and on behalf of Mary. In this case, Lisa is acting as an:
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50.RELIGIOUS LEADER AND INSTITUTIONS OF RESPECTED COMMUNITY LEADERS
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Tony, a recently relocated Mexican-American man is seeking help from a Spanish speaking organization designed to meet the needs of newly arriving legal immigrants. Tony is quite depressed, but reluctant to talk to his counselor about his problems. The counselor refers him to an indigenous resource who is more likely to be trusted by Tony. He has most likely referred to: