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Psychologist Post-Test

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Questions:

1. What are the categories listed in Schoener’s typology of abuse?
2. What is one reason females are more vulnerable to therapeutic sexual abuse according to Penfold?
3. What are some factors exploitative therapy relationships can contain?
4. What is “robotization”?
5. What are the phases a victim may experience once she realizes the truth about her abuse?
6. What is a key in working with a client who has been abused by a therapist?

Answers:

A. Experiencing a shutdown of thoughts, feelings, judgment and initiative
B. Many are still programmed to believe that they will be happy and fulfilled by serving others
C. 1. focuses on her partner without any regard for her own needs, 2. remains subservient and self-effacing, and 3. starts to regain some control over her life
D. to show I understand, accept, and support their feelings of betrayal and anger
E. Naïve and uninformed, healthy or mildly neurotic, severely neurotic, character disorders, sociopath or narcissistic, and psychotic or borderline personality disorders.
F. Diversion, erotic, exhibitionistic, dependency, power seeking, greed, and enabling


Questions:

7. The AAMFT, NBCC, and
APA prohibit sexual relationship with former
client’s for a period of two years. However, what does the NASW Code state?
8. What types of therapist-patient relationships need to be balanced regarding supportive versus excessive therapeutic relationships?
9. According to the EEOC who
else can be included in a sexual harassment lawsuit besides the person harassed?
10. What is an example of a forceful cognitive intervention to use with a client’s self-defeating patterns, if used correctly will not violate the balance of power?
11. What behavior on the part of clients put therapists in a position of power and yet impedes the therapist in his or her task of assisting clients to transcend their limited notions of themselves?
12. When a client enters your office and demands that you accommodate every one of his or her detailed requests before he or she will agree to work with you, what are they probably expecting and why?

Answers:

A.  The professional should not engage in sexual activities or sexual contact with former clients because of the potential for harm to the client.
B.  Nonevaluative trust or distrust
C. You have the capacity to stop making things difficult for yourself and others when you decide to think differently about your situation and your life.
D. The real, uninterpreted 2. The transferential , which is dominated by fantasies and expectations on the part of the patient.
E.  He or she is expecting you to turn them down so he or she has an excuse to terminate therapy.
F. Anyone affected by the offensive conduct.

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