Course Title: Complex Trauma: Boundaries and Ethics
This exam contains 20 questions. In order to receive credit, you MUST get at least 16 questions correct. You may attempt the quiz as many times as you’d like.
1. Self-care is crucial for professionals. The best time to practice self-care is:
2. When focusing on severe experiences such sexual abuse and interpersonal violence, it can be easy to forget the devastating effects of:
3. Research by Marshall and his colleagues has found that the most effective therapists treating individuals who have sexually abused are:
4. In a 2008 meta-analysis, Karen Parhar and her colleagues found that the more mandated or coerced the treatment experience, the less likely it was to:
5. Walfish and his colleagues found that:
6. According to the Walfish study, the average clinician reports that they are more effective than:
7. Gwenda Willis and David Prescott have said that it is time to move from:
8. In 2012, Ford and his colleagues found that:
9. Developmental Trauma Disorder was developed:
10. The American Psychological Association defines trauma, in part, as:
11. In addition to emotional responses to horrific events, significant trauma can involve:
12. In 2008, Benish and his colleagues found that:
13. Which of the following is not one of the “big three” principles found in all codes of ethics?
14. One reason to be concerned about maintaining the highest standard of ethical behavior and professional boundaries is that:
15. Smith and Patrick (1995) described three principles underlying the therapist-client relationship. These include all but:
16. Which of the following is NOT part of Pope and Vasquez’ “steps in ethical decision making”?
17. Professional boundaries involve:
18. Two kinds of boundaries are:
19. Informed consent for treatment among traumatized people requires:
20. An essential ethic in programs treating traumatized people is that: