This is a timed quiz.
You have 15 minutes to complete the 25 questions in this quiz.
1. each person's set of personal boundaries is unique, depending on her life experiences.
2. To practice good ethics is to be concerned about yourself rather than the public welfare.
3. The best means of advertising is a satisfied client
4. False promises will help an establishment stay in business longer
5. Relationships involve the interaction between the boundaries of individuals,
6. In the treatment setting, only the practitioner's hands make contact with the client
7. The therapeutic relationship is practitioner-centered.
8. Transference involves misperceptions the client may have toward the practitioner or therapist.
9. Regular supervision offers a way to improve therapeutic relationships with clients.
10. It is ethical to provide services outside your scope of practice as long as you have the client's consent
1.. A set of guiding moral principles that governs a person’s choice of action is called a ____.
a. moral code
b, decision-making strategy
c. Code of ethics
d, personal guide
2 Boundaries are not ___.
b, constantly changing
c. influenced by a person's upbringing
d. influenced by a person's culture
3 Who is responsible for ensuring that the power differential in the therapeutic relationship is not abused?
4, When a client tries to personalize the therapeutic relationship, it is known as ___.
5. Thinking excessively about a client between sessions is a sign of___.
6. A situation that combines the therapeutic relationship with a secondary relationship that extends beyond massage practitioner/client relationship is called ___.
b.fee for service
7. When a practitioner encounters a client in a social setting ,the practitioner should ___.
a, refrain from engaging the client under any circumstances
b, engage the client only if the client initiates the contact
c.limit conversation with the client to professional topics
d approach the client like an old friend and speak openly
8. When a practitioner and a client barter either work or services, ____ develops.
c.a dual relationship
d. a natural attraction
9. What should the practitioner do if the client expresses an attraction to him or her?
a.Clearly state his or her duty to uphold professional boundaries.
b. Sever the therapeutic relationship and refer the client to another practitioner.
c.Silently ignore the client's comments and continue with the service.
d. Maintain a romantic relationship and therapeutic relationship with the client
10, Low levels of ___ are evident in people who suffer from depression
a.norepinephrine and serotonin
b, cortisol and norepinephrine
c.serotonin and dopamine
d, dopamine and cortisol
11. A practitioner can usually determine whether a prospective client calling on the phone is looking for sexual services by asking ___.
a, When would you like to come in?
b, "Would you like to discuss my fees?
c. "How long would you like the session lo last?"
d, What type of massage are you seeking?"
12. To be effective, a peer group should ___
a. meet only when a member has a serious issue to discuss
b, consist of no more than two people
c, charge a membership fee
d, maintain an honest, warm atmosphere
13. To be ___ is to avoid what is offensive or disturbing and to do what is most considerate for all those concerned.
b, self motivated
14. ___ is your ability to set positive goals and put forth the energy and effort required to achieve those goals.
15. When a conflict with a client occurs, you should __.
a, argue with the client to prove your point
b, refrain from contacting the client later
c, try to find out why the client is unhappy
d, ask the client to leave