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(Pending) Professional Ethics Test

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1.  Who has the power in the therapist-client relationship?
 the more strong-willed
 the smarter of the two
 the therapist
 the client
2.  Some of the ways a therapist can find personal support are
 go shopping
 spending chunks of their hard earned money on unending weekly visits to a psychotherapist
 having a satisfactory family life, nonprofessional relationships, and good physical health
 being selfless
3.  Which of the following is true?
 the client who is not nurturing is a bore
 the therapist requires nurturing from the client in order to complete the circle
 the client who is not nurturing is a drainer and will exhaust the therapist
 while the massage profession involves nurturing, it is a one-way channel
4.  Transference is when the ...
 client pays with a bank card
 therapist writes in their client to another therapist
 the client asks for a different therapist
 the client takes unresolved feelings, needs and issues from other relationships and places them in the client-therapist relationship
5.  Can a therapist initiate transference?
 no, only a client would take unresolved feelings, needs and issues and place them in the client-therapist relationship
 a therapist can only initiate transference with the permission of the state
 not if they allow the client to express concerns first
6.  Opportunities for the client to express concerns or preferences can be created by
 asking questions
 allowing them to communicate before they undress
 all of the above
7.  A sequence of gifts from a client may mean
 now is the time to give them your wish list
 there is a power imbalance
 marriage is on the horizon
 you will have to claim it as earned income on your taxes
8.  If the therapist displays any personal angst or indifference, it may create an environment where the client
 feels it is not safe to have an objection
 can totally relax since they do not exist anyway
 feels so honored by the honesty they cannot wait to come back
 none of the above
9.  Warning signs that a personal relationship may be interfering with the professional one include
 breaking rules for the client
 treating the client significantly differently from other clients
 giving advice
 all of the answers are correct
10.  The NCBTMB generally and some states laws forbid therapist/client sexual relationships until
 the cows come home
 a given period of non-business relationship has occurred
 a proposal of marriage has been made
 a state adoration tax has been paid
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