COSC 501 Quiz 3

COSC 501 Quiz 3 Liberty University

Set 1

  1. ___________ 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.
  2. Fran has decided to start an online counseling practice. Which of the following have the potential to result in unethical behavior?
  3. ____________ 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.
  4. _______________ is the practice of focusing on the identification, evaluation, and treatment of problems that may injure clients and lead
    to filing an ethics complaint or a malpractice action.
  5. To succeed in a malpractice claim, the plaintiff needs to show that a breach of duty did exist in which:
  6. Of the following, which is an example of a behavior that might leave a mental health practitioner vulnerable to a malpractice suit?
  7. ____________ can result from unjustified departure from usual practice or from failing to exercise proper care in fulfilling one’s responsibilities.
  8. Records are:
  9. Which of the following is NOT an alternative technology to online counseling?
  10. Informed consent generally implies that the person:
  11. California enacted a law in 2011 allowing mental health practitioners to treat minors (12 years or older) if:
  12. In regards to unethical behavior of colleagues, the National Association of Social Workers states:
  13. Because providing counseling services over the Internet (also known as remote services or distance counseling) is relatively new and controversial, a host of legal questions will NOT be addressed until:
  14. Inappropriate socialization with clients, burdening clients with a counselor’s personal problems, and putting clients in awkward business situations are examples of:
  15. The intent of a(n) ___________ is to define boundaries and clarify the nature of the basic counseling relationship between the counselor and the client.
  16. 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:
  17. Ignoring evidence of peer misconduct is:
  18. Which of the following would be LEAST likely to lead to a malpractice suit?
  19. _____________ is the failure to render professional services or to exercise the degree of skill that is ordinarily expected of other professionals in a similar situation.
  20. Which of the following would NOT be found in managed care contracts

Set 2

  1. In the event that a practitioner is sued, he or she should:
  2. Disclosures should be given in:
  3. To succeed in a malpractice claim, the plaintiff needs to show that a breach of duty did exist in which:
  4. 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:
  5. Which of the following situations do NOT justify the use of remote services consistent with ethical practice and in keeping with regulatory standards?
  6. _____________ is the failure to render professional services or to exercise the degree of skill that is ordinarily expected of other professionals in a similar situation.
  7. Regarding counseling with children and adolescents, informed consent of parents or guardians may NOT be legally required when a minor is seeking counseling for:
  8. Of the following, which is an example of a behavior that might leave a mental health practitioner vulnerable to a malpractice suit?
  9. California enacted a law in 2011 allowing mental health practitioners to treat minors (12 years or older) if:
  10. Inappropriate socialization with clients, burdening clients with a counselor’s personal problems, and putting clients in awkward business situations are examples of:
  11. ___________ are essentially the same as psychotherapy notes. They address the client’s transference reactions and the therapist’s subjective impressions of the client.
  12. Records are:
  13. ____________ can result from unjustified departure from usual practice or from failing to exercise proper care in fulfilling one’s responsibilities.
  14. Which of the following would NOT be found in managed care contracts?
  15. Ignoring evidence of peer misconduct is:
  16. In regards to unethical behavior of colleagues, the National Association of Social Workers states:
  17. ____________ 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.
  18. Because providing counseling services over the Internet (also known as remote services or distance counseling) is relatively new and controversial, a host of legal questions will NOT be addressed until:
  19. _______________ is the practice of focusing on the identification, evaluation, and treatment of problems that may injure clients and lead
    to filing an ethics complaint or a malpractice action.
  20. Informed consent generally implies that the person:

Set 3

  1. __________________ is/are not reserved exclusively for the irresponsible practitioner. Clients may make allegations of unethical conduct or file a legal claim due to negligence, even though the counselor may have acted ethically and appropriately.
  2. 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:
  3. Of the following, which is an example of a behavior that might leave a mental health practitioner vulnerable to a malpractice suit?
  4. 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:
  5. ____________ can result from unjustified departure from usual practice or from failing to exercise proper care in fulfilling one’s responsibilities.
  6. _____________ is the failure to render professional services or to exercise the degree of skill that is ordinarily expected of other professionals in a similar situation.
  7. Which of the following is NOT a professional association’s ethical codes or guidelines in regards to technology and online counseling?
  8. Fran has decided to start an online counseling practice. Which of the following have the potential to result in unethical behavior?
  9. Which of the following would NOT be found in managed care contracts?
  10. Which of the following would be LEAST likely to lead to a malpractice suit?
  11. ___________ are essentially the same as psychotherapy notes. They address the client’s transference reactions and the therapist’s subjective impressions of the client.
  12. In regards to record keeping, the _________________ states: “Mental health counselors create, maintain, store, transfer, and dispose of client records in ways that protect confidentiality and are in accordance with applicable regulations or laws.”
  13. Concerning counseling via the Internet, which statement is most accurate?
  14. 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:
  15. ____________ 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.
  16. ___________ 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.
  17. Which of the following is NOT an alternative technology to online counseling?
  18. Disclosures should be given in:
  19. The intent of a(n) ___________ is to define boundaries and clarify the nature of the basic counseling relationship between the counselor and the client.
  20. Most ethical codes specify that therapists should:
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