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When does the counselor inform the client of the purposes, goals, techniques, procedures, limitations, potential risks and benefits of the counseling process?
is the process of gaining insight into who you are.
The helping process in which a counselor works with one or more professionals:
A counselor is working with a client who is diagnosed with depression. In order to assess the client’s competency to provide informed consent, the counselor should consider all of the following except:
Mary is a counselor and has received a referral to work with an inmate who has been recently released from prison. Mary says to her co-worker, “I don’t know why they assigned him to me, he’s only going to re-offend and end up back in jail.” Mary’s attitude reflects:
Your patient enters your session excited about the New Age therapy you tried last session. She had brought in an article, and because of her enthusiasm and the fact that it did not require any new training, you had agreed to give it a try. She asks you to continue during this session, but you have done your homework: it’s been proven ineffective and, in a select few clients, the condition was slightly worsened. You validate your patient, noting how glad you are that she’s excited to try something new. Then you tell her that, unfortunately, you won’t be able to continue with these types of treatments. With this act, you are expressing:
There is an office policy which states that clients are to leave their pets at home. For which person must you make an exception?
Which of the following can pose a hindrance to termination?
A male counselor takes extra measures to be self-aware when working with female clients in therapy so that he does not apply inappropriate sex-role stereotypes. This counselor is conscious about practicing:
Which of the following best demonstrates attending to group process?
Generally speaking, group size with kids in relation to adult groups should be:
Of the following, the most effective duration for a group is:
You have just launched a successful therapy group and want to promote it to engage new clients so they, too, can benefit. You have asked your current therapy clients to offer an anonymous testimonial, telling others how useful it has been. From an ethical standpoint, this is
You are a licensed professional counselor with a Master’s degree in Counseling and a doctorate (PhD) in Technology and Operations Management. On your appointment cards for clients, the most appropriate way to list yourself is:
A client you have been seeing weekly for severe depression loses his job and his insurance. He tells you that he would like to keep seeing you but can only afford to come once a month. Ethically, the best choice is to:
Informed consent is the process of offering information about the rights and responsibilities of clients and the counselor so that clients can decide whether or not to enter or continue treatment. Which of the following is the best way to acquire informed consent?
Which of the following does NOT need to be included in the informed consent process?
Your client self-pays and has forgotten his payment for the last three sessions, despite reminding and request. He has always paid and he has denied change in financial circumstances when you have asked him about it. In terms of ethics, you:
You screen a new client for your group. In terms of confidentiality, you should tell her:
Which of the following does not need to be included in the informed consent process?
You have been working with a thirty-year-old male who has been experiencing generalized anxiety and depression. He has a history of alcohol abuse, and had been discharged 2 months ago, 90 days sober. Over the past few weeks, his drinking has progressed. You have increased his care to twice weekly, to no avail. Although you have recommended AA and last week suggested dual diagnosis intensive outpatient, he has not gone and both his drinking and mood have worsened. You do not think you have been helping him. From an ethical standpoint you:
An ex-client of yours stops in to see you. Three years ago, he had opted to see another counselor when his insurance had changed. Shortly after saying hello and stating he was up the street seeing his therapist, he asks you on a date. What should you do?
When considering whether or not to accept a gift from a client, which of the following is not a consideration?
When should you inform clients of the exceptions to confidentiality?
What should you do when you get a subpoena from the court for a client’s records?
Which of the following is true about offering information to insurance companies for payment?
You find great space for rent, with four offices you can share with your colleagues. When you look up, you notice that it has beautifully-architectured high ceilings with walls that reach half way up to the ceiling partitioning the offices. The doors are also louvere Is this location appropriate for counseling?
In terms of records, counselors .
You had a session today, and you just can’t stop thinking about it. You realize there is an ethical question. Your best action is:
Your friend and colleague has been looking exhausted for the past month. She has been late 90 percent of the past two weeks, and you hear her crying in the bathroom stall. Which of the following is your ethical responsibility?