COSC 501 Quiz 5

COSC 501 Quiz 5 Liberty University

Set 1

  1. When in conflict with clinical needs, context, competence, or consent, even the most well-intentioned nonsexual physical contact may be experienced as:
  2. APA ethics codes offer three helpful criteria in making decisions about multiple relationships in a small community setting. These include each of the following EXCEPT:
  3. _____________ is a serious breach that results in harm to clients and is therefore unethical.
  4. Which of the following is NOT a code of ethics in regards to sexual contact and the therapeutic relationship from various professional organizations?
  5. Therapists can deal with powerful attractions to clients by:
  6. According to the National Organization for Human Services, the following is TRUE concerning dual relationships:
  7. According to professional codes of ethics, sexual relationships between client and counselor are considered to be ethical under which of the following circumstances?
  8. Few professional codes of ethics specifically address the topic of giving or receiving gifts in the therapeutic relationship. The AAMFT does have such a guideline and it states that marriage and family therapists:
  9. The ethics codes of most professional organizations provide guidelines for the ethical practice of bartering. Some more recent codes (APA, NASW, AAMFT, and ACA):
  10. Neglecting to attend to family-of-origin issues can lead to __________ such as being attracted to clients.
  11. Departures from commonly accepted practices that could potentially benefit clients are referred to as:
  12. Which of the following situations does NOT have the potential to harm or exploit a client?
  13. Which of the following is NOT a possible multiple relationship in a small community?
  14. In the authors’ view, non-erotic touching between counselor and client should be:
  15. In regards to boundaries in the counseling relationship, Lazarus takes the position that:
  16. Which of the following is NOT a controversy of boundary issues?
  17. Mentors often balance a multiplicity of roles. Which of the following would NOT be considered one of these roles?
  18. Boundary management is:
  19. 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:
  20. A counselor is likely to adopt stricter social boundaries and will be concerned about polluting the transference relationship if he or she is:

Set 2

  1. Few professional codes of ethics specifically address the topic of giving or receiving gifts in the therapeutic relationship. The AAMFT does have such a guideline and it states that marriage and family therapists:
  2. When a client is unable to afford therapy, it is possible that he or she may:
  3. 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. Which of the following is NOT a possible on-going consequence for the client being sexually exploited?
  4. 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:
  5. Which of the following statements about giving or receiving gifts is FALSE?
  6. Departures from commonly accepted practices that could potentially benefit clients are referred to as:
  7. _____________ is a serious breach that results in harm to clients and is therefore unethical.
  8. Which of the following actions would maximize the risks inherent in dual or multiple relationships?
  9. All of the following are true about bartering EXCEPT:
  10. Therapists can deal with powerful attractions to clients by:
  11. According to professional codes of ethics, sexual relationships between client and counselor are considered to be ethical under which of the following circumstances?
  12. Which one of the following is NOT considered a guideline to minimizing the likelihood of sexual transgressions by clinicians?
  13. In the authors’ view, non-erotic touching between counselor and client should be:
  14. Which of the following situations does NOT have the potential to harm or exploit a client?
  15. The notion that certain actions will inevitably lead to a progressive deterioration of ethical behavior is commonly referred to as:
  16. 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:
  17. Miguel has been providing couples’ counseling to Saundra and Steven for a couple of years and was recently invited to attend their 20 th wedding anniversary party. Attending this event is an example of:
  18. In regards to boundaries in the counseling relationship, Lazarus takes the position that:
  19. The ethics codes of most professional organizations provide guidelines for the ethical practice of bartering. Some more recent codes (APA, NASW, AAMFT, and ACA):
  20. Which of the following is NOT a controversy of boundary issues?

Set 3

  1. Which one of the following is NOT considered a guideline to minimizing the likelihood of sexual transgressions by clinicians?
  2. A common reaction of therapists who realize that they have sexual feelings towards their clients is to:
  3. All of the following are true about bartering EXCEPT:
  4. In the authors’ view, non-erotic touching between counselor and client should be:
  5. Few professional codes of ethics specifically address the topic of giving or receiving gifts in the therapeutic relationship. The AAMFT does have such a guideline and it states that marriage and family therapists:
  6. According to the National Organization for Human Services, the following is TRUE concerning dual relationships:
  7. 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:
  8. In regards to boundaries in the counseling relationship, Lazarus takes the position that:
  9. Clients can file a legal complaint against a therapist for sexual misconduct by all of the following methods EXCEPT:
  10. Linda is considering developing a multiple or dual relationship with her client. It’s important for Linda to remember:
  11. Which of the following actions would maximize the risks inherent in dual or multiple relationships?
  12. Which of the following situations does NOT have the potential to harm or exploit a client?
  13. When in conflict with clinical needs, context, competence, or consent, even the most well-intentioned nonsexual physical contact may be experienced as:
  14. Which of the following is NOT a controversy of boundary issues?
  15. Mentors often balance a multiplicity of roles. Which of the following would NOT be considered one of these roles?
  16. Which of the following is NOT a possible multiple relationship in a small community?
  17. Clinicians who oppose any form of physical contact with their clients (e.g., non-erotic touching) believe all of the following EXCEPT:
  18. _____________ is a serious breach that results in harm to clients and is therefore unethical.
  19. A counselor is likely to adopt stricter social boundaries and will be concerned about polluting the transference relationship if he or she is:
  20. Boundary management is:
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