COSC 501 Quiz 1

COSC 501 Quiz 1 Liberty University

Set 1

  1. Therapists who work with violent and suicidal clients:
  2. Ronald directs his clients toward solutions instead of encouraging them to seek alternatives for themselves. He is likely to have a strong need:
  3. 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:
  4. 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:
  5. 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. His behavior is:
  6. When practitioners weigh multiple and often competing demands and goals, they must use:
  7. Empathy fatigue is common in professionals who:
  8. 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:
  9. Martina has been working at a crisis intervention center for three years and is starting to have nightmares about her work. Despite having a strong work ethic, she dreads her job because she feels burdened by the lack of power she has in making decisions pertaining to the treatment of her clients. Martina is experiencing:
  10. Some sources of counselor stress include all of the following EXCEPT:
  11. Which of the following therapist behaviors might be indicative of a countertransference reaction?
  12. An ethical issue arises when:
  13. The authors state that, in many ways, therapeutic encounters serve as mirrors in which therapists can see their own lives reflected. As a result:
  14. The first essential step towards ethical decision making is:
  15. Termination of the therapy process:
  16. Obtaining consultation is important because:
  17. Reporting requirements in codes:
  18. ________ is the process whereby clients place past feelings or attitudes they had toward significant people in their lives onto their therapist.
  19. Counselors who have unresolved personal conflicts:
  20. An ethical obligation that provides a major link between ethics and self-care is:

Set 2

  1. Reporting requirements in codes:
  2. Termination of the therapy process:
  3. 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?
  4. An ethical issue arises when:
  5. 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:
  6. Expulsion or suspension of members from professional associations:
  7. Empathy fatigue is common in professionals who:
  8. Therapists who work with violent and suicidal clients:
  9. When practitioners weigh multiple and often competing demands and goals, they must use:
  10. An ethical obligation that provides a major link between ethics and self-care is:
  11. Which of the following therapist behaviors might be indicative of a countertransference reaction?
  12. Tanya seems to meet some of her personal needs through counseling her clients. This is
  13. The basic purpose of professional codes of ethics is to:
  14. 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:
  15. Obtaining consultation is important because:
  16. ________ is the process whereby clients place past feelings or attitudes they had toward significant people in their lives onto their therapist.
  17. Counselors who have unresolved personal conflicts:
  18. 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. His behavior is:
  19. Ronald directs his clients toward solutions instead of encouraging them to seek alternatives for themselves. He is likely to have a strong need:
  20. When counselors become overly concerned with meeting their own needs or pushing their own personal agendas, their behavior becomes:

Set 3

  1. 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:
  2. 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?
  3. When counselors become overly concerned with meeting their own needs or pushing their own personal agendas, their behavior becomes:
  4. 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:
  5. 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:
  6. Tanya seems to meet some of her personal needs through counseling her clients. This is
  7. Which of the following therapist behaviors might be indicative of a countertransference reaction?
  8. Autonomy refers to:
  9. 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:
  10. An ethical issue arises when:
  11. Counselors who have unresolved personal conflicts:
  12. Martina has been working at a crisis intervention center for three years and is starting to have nightmares about her work. Despite having a strong work ethic, she dreads her job because she feels burdened by the lack of power she has in making decisions pertaining to the treatment of her clients. Martina is experiencing:
  13. The first essential step towards ethical decision making is:
  14. ________ is the process whereby clients place past feelings or attitudes they had toward significant people in their lives onto their therapist.
  15. 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:
  16. Obtaining consultation is important because:
  17. Termination of the therapy process:
  18. Which of the following statements is true with regard to ethical codes?
  19. Some sources of counselor stress include all of the following EXCEPT:
  20. Practitioners can help expand their awareness and clarify their values in dealing with the challenges of their work through:
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