COUN-6306-21 Final Exam Week 10 (Fall 2021)


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COUN-6306-21-Ethics and Legal Issues-2021-Fall-QTR-Term- wks-1-thru-10

Final Exam – Week 10

  1. Many states have laws requiring reports of suspected abuse of all of the following EXCEPT:
  2. When reporting suspected child abuse in good faith, counselors should review their particular state statute to determine all of the following EXCEPT:
  3. In order for a counselor to be competent to engage in group work, the counselor
  4. The primary purpose of the ACA Code of Ethics is
  5. If a subpoena for the counseling records of a client is received, a counselor who works in a mental health agency should
  6. Pre-screening of group members
  7. Parents who object to their child’s participation in counseling
  8. The Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs (CACREP)
  9. Informed consent in group counseling should include
  10. It would be ethically permissible for you to consider entering into a bartering arrangement with a prospective client if
  11. Generally, counselors create clinical case notes
  12. Studies regarding cultural bias in diagnosis have shown that
  13. Within the counseling profession, the primary national voluntary certification agency is
  14. As advocates, counselors are aware that
  15. A counselor’s self-disclosure in a counseling session
  16. If a counselor wants a person other than a biological parent (such as a step-parent or grandparent) to have confidential information regarding a child client, a simple solution is to
  17. Competence is most closely related to the moral principle of
  18. In the process of explaining informed consent in family counseling, counselors should
  19. If a counselor is asked to disclose privileged information about a client who cannot be located, then the obligation to assert the privilege rests with
  20. A fundamental tenet of the wellness model is that
  21. When a husband subpoenas a counselor to reveal information in a court hearing that was provided by the wife in joint couples counseling sessions, and the wife objects to the information being revealed, the counselor
  22. Malpractice is a type of civil lawsuit that can be filed against counseling professionals for practicing in a manner that leads to
  23. Privileged communication statutes
  24. The term “culturally encapsulated counselor” refers to a counselor who
  25. Boundaries serve to protect the welfare of clients because
  26. Cultural competencies in working with LGBTQIQ clients include
  27. It is impossible for counselors to understand all aspects of the law but the best advice for counselors who face legal questions is to
  28. The primary difference between counselors and other mental health professionals is
  29. Family counselors often view the family system as their client and treat the family as one entity, as opposed to treating individual family members, and our laws
  30. Minor clients have
  31. The following are true of distance counseling services EXCEPT:
  32. Counselors who work in the military may encounter unavoidable dual relationship issues because
  33. In distance counseling, informed consent should include
  34. When the client is deceased and there is no statutory language dealing with privilege and the death of the holder, the individual who usually is allowed to assert the privilege is
  35. The primary purpose of diagnosis is to
  36. The standard used to determine whether a particular counselor is qualified to administer and interpret a particular test
  37. The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (FERPA), which is sometimes referred to as the “Buckley Amendment,” affects all.
  38. Distressed counselors or counselors suffering from burnout are terms used to refer to
  39. Friendships with former clients
  40. Supervision agreements between a clinical supervisor and supervisee
  41. In distance counseling, counselors may be subject to
  42. Breaches of client confidentiality by counselors
  43. A counselor who is under the clinical supervision of another counselor should
  44. All of the following are challenges associated with distance counseling, EXCEPT:
  45. To be a culturally sensitive counselor, when a client from a different culture offers a counselor a gift, the counselor
  46. Law and ethics differ in that
  47. The best statement about the nature of professional ethics in counseling is that
  48. A core belief that members of the counseling profession hold concerning helping others with their mental health concerns is
  49. At their most fundamental level, codes of ethics serve to
  50. Counselors who function according to mandatory ethics