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Course Transcript Questions The answer to Question 1 is found in Section 1 of the Course Content. The Answer to Question 2 is found in Section 2 of the Course Content... and so on. Select correct answer from below. Place letter on the blank line before the corresponding question. Do not add any spaces.

Questions:

1. What is one good method to assess if your touching of clients violates an ethical boundary?
2. The boundary of acceptance is not to be confused with what?
3. By accepting your client and not judging, you set expectations based on what?
4. What can be the end result of unnecessarily prolonged therapy?
5. One of the best tools in setting a boundary with transference or counter transference is to state what?
6. A therapeutic partnership is based on understanding and acceptance of the differences in roles and tasks between therapist and client. Thus, the partnership is not to be confused with what?
7. What are the two sides of reality?
8. What is one reason to use partialization?
9. What is one example of a situation when advice giving is appropriate?
10. What is one method to maintain an ethical boundary between being inappropriately confrontational and being straight forward?
11. When is manipulating acceptable?
12. What are four possible reactions your client may have when a referral to another professional or agency is suggested?
13. What are four areas that require particular attention concerning the setting of constructive clear boundaries?

Answers:

A. Robinson’s three point ethics check
B. Therapy that tends to become sterile and meaningless
C. to help break the client’s problem down into manageable units
D. reality
E. physical contact, pity, overidentification and detrimental dependence
F. a friendship
G. Crisis situation
H. By following the flow from the general to the specific
I. liking or approving
J. number one, the reality as it is, and number two, the reality as the client sees it-must be fully comprehended before the worker can make a valid judgment.
K. the reality of the situation
L. rejection, anger, hope, and expectation
M. when used as a tool to provide a constructive experience or to achieve a desirable goal.

Course Article Questions The Answer to Question 14 is found in Section 14 of the Course Content... and so on. Select correct answer from below. Place letter on the blank line before the corresponding question.

Questions:

14. How does enabling differ from empowering?
15. What three techniques for setting boundaries?
16. What is one area that the NASW, AAMFT, NBCC, and APA Codes of Ethics agree upon regarding the setting of clear and ethical boundaries with clients?
17. What was a key issue PTSG group members had to face?

Answers:

A. Respect the client
B. empowering is the process of assisting the client to solve their own problem or issue through self action. Enabling can be described as the therapist improving the situation by appearing to “fix” the problem without true involvement of the client.
C. how much to trust, recognizing that the previously complete trust had been ill-advised.
D. think in a preventative fashion, discuss ethical situations with the client in the initial session, and get feedback from colleagues

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