COSC 501 Quiz 2

COSC 501 Quiz 2 Liberty University

Set 1

  1. Many ________________ have difficulty acknowledging race-related issues because they stir up guilt feelings about their privileged status and threaten their self-image as moral, fair, and decent human beings.
  2. The word ________, interpreted broadly, is associated with a racial or ethnic group as well as with gender, religion, economic status, nationality, physical capacity or disability, and affectional or sexual orientation.
  3. The authors of this text view referrals:
  4. 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:
  5. It is NOT ethical to refer clients:
  6. 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:
  7. The Death with Dignity Act is a law in which state?
  8. Referring a client for differing religious beliefs, sexual orientation, or cultural background is called:
  9. 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:
  10. People who say they are ___________ usually are trying to communicate that they do not discriminate and that they treat others equally; however, in doing so, they are ignoring a vital part of that person’s identity.
  11. Which one of the following reasons for the underutilization of mental health services by minority groups is NOT true ?
  12. Counselors practice unintentional racism when they:
  13. If a therapist is secure in his or her own values:
  14. A cross-cultural counselor who perceives reality exclusively through the filters of his or her own life experiences is said to be culturally:
  15. The value system of the counselor:
  16. The concepts of unintentional racism and microaggressions are related and usually involve:
  17. The U.S. District Court, in Julea Ward vs. Eastern Michigan University, ruled that:
  18. According to researchers, counselor’s personal religious values:
  19. ___________ is a three-stage developmental sequence, from multicultural awareness to knowledge and comprehension to skills and applications.
  20. 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:

Set 2

  1. ___________ is a three-stage developmental sequence, from multicultural awareness to knowledge and comprehension to skills and applications.
  2. 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:
  3. ______________ moves beyond cultural awareness and focuses on active support and advocacy, including promoting equality and justice for underserved and oppressed groups of people.
  4. Neither the clients’ and therapists’ ____________, nor the interactions between the two, were significantly associated with the clients’ perceptions of their therapists’ level of multicultural competency.
  5. _______________ is a perception of reality based on a very limited set of cultural experiences.
  6. Thomas has AIDS and has decided to end his life rather than continue suffering. The counselor he is working with does not condone rational suicide. In this case, the counselor needs to:
  7. ____________ influences every facet of our existence, so it is essential that culturally responsive practice be central in all that we do.
  8. The “freedom of conscience” clause states:
  9. 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:
  10. Referring a client for differing religious beliefs, sexual orientation, or cultural background is called:
  11. The value system of the counselor:
  12. According to researchers, counselor’s personal religious values:
  13. The Death with Dignity Act is a law in which state?
  14. If a therapist is secure in his or her own values:
  15. The authors of this text view referrals:
  16. Counselors practice unintentional racism when they:
  17. It is NOT ethical to refer clients:
  18. A cross-cultural counselor who perceives reality exclusively through the filters of his or her own life experiences is said to be culturally:
  19. Ruth is counseling a woman who describes an extremely unhappy marriage. Ruth suggests she consider leaving her husband; however, the client has a deep spiritual conviction that marriage is for life and is not willing to consider divorce as an option. Ruth attempts to change her client’s viewpoint. In this case, Ruth is:
  20. 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:

Set 3

  1. Neither the clients’ and therapists’ ____________, nor the interactions between the two, were significantly associated with the clients’ perceptions of their therapists’ level of multicultural competency.
  2. The authors of this text view referrals:
  3. 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:
  4. _______________ is a perception of reality based on a very limited set of cultural experiences.
  5. It is NOT ethical to refer clients:
  6. Counselors practice unintentional racism when they:
  7. 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:
  8. The value system of the counselor:
  9. ______________ moves beyond cultural awareness and focuses on active support and advocacy, including promoting equality and justice for underserved and oppressed groups of people.
  10. ____________ influences every facet of our existence, so it is essential that culturally responsive practice be central in all that we do.
  11. The “freedom of conscience” clause states:
  12. From a legal perspective, mental health professionals are expected to exercise “reasonable care” in working with clients who are considering abortion. If they fail to do so, clients can take legal action against them for:
  13. The concepts of unintentional racism and microaggressions are related and usually involve:
  14. Thomas has AIDS and has decided to end his life rather than continue suffering. The counselor he is working with does not condone rational suicide. In this case, the counselor needs to:
  15. ___________ is a three-stage developmental sequence, from multicultural awareness to knowledge and comprehension to skills and applications.
  16. 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:
  17. According to researchers, counselor’s personal religious values:
  18. The Death with Dignity Act is a law in which state?
  19. The word ________, interpreted broadly, is associated with a racial or ethnic group as well as with gender, religion, economic status, nationality, physical capacity or disability, and affectional or sexual orientation.
  20. Referring a client for differing religious beliefs, sexual orientation, or cultural background is called:
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