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Setting Clear and Ethical Boundaries Part 1
Setting Clear and Ethical Boundaries Part 1

Psychologist Post-Test
Psychologist CEs, Counselor CEUs, Social Worker CEUs, MFT CEUs | Boundaries

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Questions:
1. What are the values that constitute the philosophical bases of the therapeutic relationship that present boundary challenges are what?
2. What are stages in attitude formation from past experiences?
3. What are the steps in Robinson’s ethics assessment technique?
4. Your ability to be comfortable with yourself is based on what four factors?
5. The conflict between growth and security is reflected in what five areas?
6. What is a good exercise to increase your self awareness of your values system?
7. What are aspects of tempo in setting boundaries?
8. What is the method to develop awareness of your nonverbal communication?
9. What is one good method to assess if your touching of clients violates an ethical boundary?
10. The boundary of acceptance is not to be confused with what?
11. By accepting your client and not judging, you set expectations based on what?
Answers:
A. 1. acceptance of self; 2. flexible adaptive pattern; 3. ability to deal with negative attitudes; and 4. realize self-liking is always changing
B. the pace of your lifestyle and the timing of unfolding information
C. Robinson’s three point ethics check
D. your use of the terms “they” and “them”
E. 1. reaction, 2. trial-and-error, 3. effective response, 4. feeling “right,” 5. reinforcement, 6. others are “wrong”
F. reality
G. emotional, physical, intellectual, social, and spiritual
H. body scan
I. 1. What is the context of the situation? 2. What are the client’s goals? 3. Is there a potential harm?
J. worth for the individual, self-determination; sharing the benefits of society; and the mutual rights of your client and society
K. liking or approving
Questions:
12. How does enabling differ from empowering?
13. What are the techniques for setting boundaries?
14. What is the area that the NASW, AAMFT, NBCC, and APA Codes of Ethics agree upon regarding the setting of clear and ethical boundaries with clients?
15. What are consequences therapists have to consider when reporting domestic violence?
Answers:
A. Respect the client
B. empowering is the process of assisting the client to solve their own problem or issue through self action. Enabling can be described as the therapist improving the situation by appearing to “fix” the problem without true involvement of the client.
C. 1) children sometimes get taken out of their homes prematurely or more likely, 2) children who report domestic violence to counselors who are mandated to report the DHS are not removed from the home and many times suffer harsh consequences from the batterer for talking to outsiders in the first place.
D. think in a preventative fashion, discuss ethical situations with the client in the initial session, and get feedback from colleagues


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