COSC 501 Quiz 6

COSC 501 Quiz 6 Liberty University

Set 1

  1. Which of the following statements is NOT accurate?
  2. Referring clients to other professionals is:
  3. Susan is in a counselor training program and is infatuated with her supervisor. She has indicated that she is interested in pursuing an intimate relationship. In order to provide adequate supervision for Susan, her supervisor would need to:
  4. Differences in culture, ethnicity, religion, age, gender, and sexual orientation:
  5. Which of the following statements is NOT true with respect to counselor competence?
  6. When a therapist believes referring a client to be the appropriate course of action due to a lack of competence in the client’s issue:
  7. Registry is generally a voluntary listing of individuals who use a title or provide a service. ________ represents the least degree of regulation of professional practice.
  8. ____________ is an effective way to assist school counselors in maintaining and enhancing their clinical skills development.
  9. _____________ have a position of influence and operate in multiple roles.
  10. Most professional organizations support efforts to:
  11. ___________ pertains to the responsibilities supervisors have to oversee the actions of their supervisees.
  12. According to the American Counseling Association, counselors practice only within the boundaries of their competence, based on:
  13. The skills and training required to effectively and appropriately treat clients in a specific area of practice, and is both an ethical and legal concept, is the definition for:
  14. ____________ statutes determine and govern professional practice.
  15. _____________ is an end point evaluation typically completed at the end of a professional program or when applying for licensure status.
  16. Boundary issues in the supervisory relationship for school counselors include all of the following EXCEPT:
  17. It is essential that a good portion of the supervisory sessions focus on:
  18. A primary aim of supervision is to create a context in which the supervisee can acquire the experience needed to become a:
  19. A school counselor was working with Quan, whose presenting problem was anxiety pertaining to academic success in college. This was within the scope of the school counselor’s training. However, during the course of therapy, Quan became very depressed and engaged in self-mutilation and other forms of self-destructive behavior. Quan’s counselor recognized that these symptoms and behaviors reflected a problem area that was outside the scope of his practice. Ethical practice required that the school counselor:
  20. When a practitioner has a license, he or she is:

Set 2

  1. ____________ statutes determine and govern professional practice.
  2. _________ is as essential as informed consent in counseling practice. It is beneficial to discuss the rights of supervisees from the beginning of the supervisory relationship in much the same way as the rights of clients are addressed early in the therapy process.
  3. ___________ pertains to the responsibilities supervisors have to oversee the actions of their supervisees.
  4. It is essential that a good portion of the supervisory sessions focus on:
  5. ______________ is a voluntary attempt by a group to promote a professional identity.
  6. Susan is in a counselor training program and is infatuated with her supervisor. She has indicated that she is interested in pursuing an intimate relationship. In order to provide adequate supervision for Susan, her supervisor would need to:
  7. Continuing professional education is important because:
  8. In general, supervision should address trainee’s personal concerns:
  9. Referring clients to other professionals is:
  10. The skills and training required to effectively and appropriately treat clients in a specific area of practice, and is both an ethical and legal concept, is the definition for:
  11. Signs of an impaired supervisor include all of the following EXCEPT:
  12. According to the American School Counseling Association, in order to apply our knowledge and skills competently:
  13. Registry is generally a voluntary listing of individuals who use a title or provide a service. ________ represents the least degree of regulation of professional practice.
  14. A school counselor was working with Quan, whose presenting problem was anxiety pertaining to academic success in college. This was within the scope of the school counselor’s training. However, during the course of therapy, Quan became very depressed and engaged in self-mutilation and other forms of self-destructive behavior. Quan’s counselor recognized that these symptoms and behaviors reflected a problem area that was outside the scope of his practice. Ethical practice required that the school counselor:
  15. Which of the following statements is NOT true with respect to counselor competence?
  16. _____________ is an end point evaluation typically completed at the end of a professional program or when applying for licensure status.
  17. Three legal considerations in the supervisory relationship are:
  18. Which of the following statements is NOT accurate?
  19. _____________ have a position of influence and operate in multiple roles.
  20. ____________ is an effective way to assist school counselors in maintaining and enhancing their clinical skills development.

Set 3

  1. Which of the following statements is NOT true with respect to counselor competence?
  2. A school counselor was working with Quan, whose presenting problem was anxiety pertaining to academic success in college. This was within the scope of the school counselor’s training. However, during the course of therapy, Quan became very depressed and engaged in self-mutilation and other forms of self-destructive behavior. Quan’s counselor recognized that these symptoms and behaviors reflected a problem area that was outside the scope of his practice. Ethical practice required that the school counselor:
  3. When a practitioner has a license, he or she is:
  4. _____________ have a position of influence and operate in multiple roles.
  5. Which of the following statements is NOT accurate?
  6. To ensure an optimal learning experience, a supervisee is responsible for all of the following EXCEPT:
  7. _________ is as essential as informed consent in counseling practice. It is beneficial to discuss the rights of supervisees from the beginning of the supervisory relationship in much the same way as the rights of clients are addressed early in the therapy process.
  8. Most professional organizations support efforts to:
  9. Continuing professional education is important because:
  10. ____________ is an effective way to assist school counselors in maintaining and enhancing their clinical skills development.
  11. The skills and training required to effectively and appropriately treat clients in a specific area of practice, and is both an ethical and legal concept, is the definition for:
  12. _____________ is an end point evaluation typically completed at the end of a professional program or when applying for licensure status.
  13. Referring clients to other professionals is:
  14. ____________ statutes determine and govern professional practice.
  15. __________ can be incurred when the actions of supervisors are the cause for harm.
  16. According to the American Counseling Association, counselors practice only within the boundaries of their competence, based on:
  17. Differences in culture, ethnicity, religion, age, gender, and sexual orientation:
  18. Three legal considerations in the supervisory relationship are:
  19. According to the American School Counseling Association, in order to apply our knowledge and skills competently:
  20. Signs of an impaired supervisor include all of the following EXCEPT:
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