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The CEO of a Health Clinic addresses the Behavioral Health Department reminding the counseling staff that “As employees, everyone’s main priority should be the successful operation of the clinic.” How might this statement pose an ethical conflict for counselors?
Counselor Code of Ethics are:
A counselor has a 6 year old boy in the first grade as a client. The boy’s mother states that the school says her son’s behavior is a problem and repeatedly suspends him from school. The mother states that, “At home, he is very well behaved.” In the session, the child complains that, “The teacher yells a lot…Everybody is making noise… and the boy who sits next to me is always picking on me! I can’t concentrate to do my work and it makes me mad!” The counselor gets permission from the mother and takes time off during the day to “drop-in” unannounced to observe the child’s classroom. The counselor witnesses exactly everything the child has disclosed about his classroom environment. This counselor’s behavior reflects:
What does nonmaleficence mean?
A career counselor is working with a high school student who states that all she wants to do is “earn her CNA license and find a job.” The career counselor sees a lot of potential in this student and believes she could have a much more fulfilling career in the health field as a nurse or something else if she commits to going to college. This counselor is imposing on the client’s right to:
A Military Family Life Counselor is attending a military banquet. After having several drinks, a commanding officer walks by and the counselor publicly blurts out in front of other officers, “I wonder if his wife knows that he is having an affair with his secretary?” This can be considered:
A client is interested in EMDR but the counselor who is vaguely familiar with EMDR has only been trained in CBT. In an attempt to accommodate the client, the counselor attempts to incorporate a little EMDR techniques into the counseling sessions. This counselor’s behavior is not____.
A counselor meets with a client for the first time. After realizing that the client is transgender he tells the client, “I don’t think I can work with you unless you can come in here dressed like a real man.” According to the ACA Standards of Practice which standard is the counselor violating?
A counselor is referring a client over to another agency for services. The counselor faxes over client’s file after business hours. What is the ethical dilemma?
Maria is a licensed professional counselor who received a wonderful job offer located in another state. Maria is contemplating accepting the job offer but is concerned about the status of her current counselor certification and state license if she chooses to relocate to another state. What would happen to her counseling certification and license if she chooses to relocate?
Ten years ago, Matt worked as a professional counselor at a community clinic. Matt recently joined a church where he runs into a client that he worked with who, at the time, was a 17 year old in an abusive dating relationship. The client is now all grown up and is a single mom and teaches 3rd grade at a local elementary school. Matt is single and very attracted to this woman and would like to ask her out on a date. What is the ethical dilemma here?
A counselor has been working with a young teen who has had some gang involvement. The teen trusts the counselor and makes the counselor “promise not to snitch” that the gang is pressuring him to target and shoot a rival gang member as a part of his initiation. What position does this disclosure place the counselor in?
Marekea is designing a research study. She wants to complete a laboratory study where she can control as many variables as possible, but she is concerned that her findings may not reflect what occurs in a natural setting. In technical terms, Marekea is concerned about the_______of her study.
You administer a new set of test questions to 5 students in your Introduction to Psychology class and you discover that 5 of your questions have an item difficulty index of 1.0. This means that for those 5 items:
You look at study results and find four figures: -.3, -.8, .4, .7. Which number is associated with the strongest correlation?
Which type of variables are the following: race, color, gender and city?
What is the mean of: 33, 44, 43, 50, 29, 43, rounded to the nearest whole number?
What is the range of the following number set: 33, 44, 43, 50, 29, 43?
What is the mode of the following number set: 33, 44, 43, 50, 29, 43?
What is the median of the following number set: 29, 33, 43, 44, 50?
In a normal distribution _______________% of scores will be within 1 standard deviation of the mean and_____________% will be within 2 standard deviations of the mean.
What is the factorial notation for a problem where one variable has two aspects and a second variable has three aspects?
In order to evaluate the impact of a particular medication on headaches, the investigators placed participants in 3 groups. The first group received no intervention. The second group received a pill, but it contained no actual medication. The third group received the medication. Using an imitation pill with the second group allowed the investigators to control for the________.
In order to evaluate the impact of a particular medication on headaches, the investigators placed participants in 3 groups. The first group received no intervention. The second group received a pill, but it contained no actual medication. The third group received the medication. The first group is considered the_____________.
Several researchers want to propose a study that compares Hip Hop music as a contributing factor of misogynistic attitudes towards women by urban male youths. This type of study is called________.
An experiment usually has three kinds of__________.
A researcher wants to study the effects of “sexual images in the media” and the negative impact on African-American male and female relationships. What is the operational variable?
Median is to________as mode is to___________.
A counseling student is taking a course in “Counseling Appraisals.” The student had total of four exams during the semester. The first exam he scored a 96; the second exam, 84; the third exam, 76; and the fourth exam a 94. You want to compare his final grade to other students in the class. How do you find the mean?
You are currently researching your hypothesis that emotional intelligence plays a greater role in individual success than academic intelligence. You submit an assessment to a large group of 100 subjects. You now have 100 assessment scores and need to evaluate them. What is one thing that you must do?