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Which group was most instrumental in opposing counselor licensure?
In the late 1970s, AACD (known as ACA since 1992) began to focus very heavily on professional credentialing. This led to the formation of the
By passing the NCE, a counselor can attain the_____, given via NBCC.
Which choice would most likely violate the counseling ethic or law termed “scope of practice”?
Ethical guidelines were first created for the helping professions in 1953 when the American Psychological Association (APA) published their first code of ethics. The National Association of Social Workers (NASW) created their code in 1960, and in 1961, the organization that is now ACA adopted ethics for counselors. Ethics always describe
Most ethical dilemmas are related to
The landmark 1969 case, Tarasoff v. the Board of Regents of the University of California illuminated
A counselor reveals information that is extremely damaging to a client’s reputation. This counselor could be accused of
State laws can govern title usage and practice, however, they do not govern
An exception to confidentiality, or what is termed as relative confidentiality, could occur when a client is suicidal. Suicidal warning signs include
A statement of disclosure could include all except:
Privileged communication refers to the fact that anything said to a counselor by a client
In regard to state law and privileged communication, counselors must be aware that
When counselors state that privileged communication is “qualified,” they actually mean that
You are a counselor in a state that does not legally support privileged communication. You refuse to testify in court. In this situation
An 11-year-old child comes to your office with a black eye and tells you she can’t remember how she received it. You have reason to suspect abuse. You should
During a counseling session a 42-year-old male client threatens suicide. You should
A 39-year-old female secretary you are seeing in your assertiveness training group reveals that she is plotting to shoot her husband. Based on the Tarasoff case you should
You pass your exam and now have NCC status. You perform a battery of tests on your client. After you complete the testing you discover your client is in imminent danger. You receive a legal court order to turn over the test scores. You
One impetus for counselor licensing was that
A counselor who possesses a graduate degree wishes to become a licensed psychologist. Which statement most accurately depicts the current situation?
A researcher is working with a group of “emotional eaters” to test a hypothesis that, “The subjects who incorporate daily meditation lose more weight than people who do not.” The researchers had to order a brand new scale to measure subjects during the research because the old scale broke. Now the researchers are concerned about the accuracy of the new scale. The researchers are concerned about:
A research project involves the weight measurement of test subjects. Researchers want to be sure that the scales will do the job of measuring the subject’s weight in terms of the intention of the research. The researchers are concerned with test _____:
Researchers are attempting to measure subjects for depression and suicidal risk. The researchers are creating an assessment instrument using questions regarding self-esteem. What risk do researchers have to be aware of?
When a test reflects concurrent validity, the predictions or test results can be interpreted _____.
A woman who is in private practice mentions in her phone book advertisement that she is a licensed counseling psychologist. This generally means that
One major difference between the psychology versus the counseling movement seems to be that
APA is to psychologist as ACA is to
You have achieved the status of NCC. NBCC, nevertheless, feels you have violated professional ethics.
NBCC can do any of the following except:
A counselor who is alcoholic and suffering from burnout could best be described as