`21 1 Which of the following captures the essence of informed consent? (5) Telling members in some detail about the nature and purpose of the group. 2 Several principles may underlie an ethical decision made by a counselor. Which of the following is NOT one of those principles? (3) Pro Bono 3 Maria, a 25-year-old Latina woman, is in career counseling. In reviewing her background, the counselor determines that she has followed the “rules” and expectations of her close-knit family. She now finds herself in a position needing to support her family on her own and can’t decide between there different occupational possibilities which she has heard about. Maria may be characterized as. (5) career undecided 4 Client: I wrote some more in my journal yesterday. I wrote about the strong urge to eat after I visited my mother. I almost went to the store for junk food but I didn’t. Counselor: The urge to eat was connected with your mother. (3) Emotional or cognitive integration. 5 European Americans often enjoy benefits, without their awareness, that people of color do not. This phenomenon is referred to as (2) White privilege 6 On a college campus, a group of students of color has been protesting their treatment alluding to harassing comments by whites and what they believe to be discrimination in the grading system by their professors. Eleven of these students have come to the campus counseling center and want to begin a group experience to arrive at some answers and find solutions. The most appropriate theoretical orientation of the counselor assigned to lead the group is (4) Behavioral 7 The science of neurobiology is growing in importance to the field of counseling and psychotherapy. One part of neurotransmitters. Which of the following statements is true? (1) Neurotransmitters affect various cognitive, emotional, and psychological reactions in individuals. 8 An employment counselor uses the “General Aptitude Test Battery” which measures nine aptitudes important for different jobs. His clients are typically uneducated. Because the counselor is concerned how his clients’ scores stack up against others and how they would perceive their aptitudes, he interprets the scores to each of his clients. (6) ipsatively 9 Jobs and careers of individuals have been changing over the years. Some newer conceptualizations of the world of work have been noted. For example, when a retired person chooses to or must re-enter the workforce, such encore
work or career is often called (5) 10 A licensed professional counselor in private practice is also trained in career work. Generally, the counselor receives insurance reimbursement for services she provides for her career clients who are often experiencing anxiety and work-related stress. The counselor assigns a DSM Code to these clients even though the insurance companies policies indicate that payment for career services is not reimbursable. Which of the following statements is most accurate? (8) The counselor is not okay because career counseling problems are not
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