ATCB Ethics quiz

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Ethics, malpractice, & professional practice

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Question 1

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What do you do if you are unable to continue to provide professional help to a client?
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  • cease all services immediately
  • make alternative arrangements for continuation of help
  • neglect the client
  • continue to work regardless of client ability to pay

Question 2

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Which is not essential to a safe environment?
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  • proper ventilation
  • access to water supply
  • secure storage of client artwork
  • table space

Question 3

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Art therapists may provide services to a client receiving similar services from another professional.
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  • True
  • False

Question 4

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What do you do if you believe an art therapist has violated a law or ethical code?
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  • file a complaint with the ATCB
  • report it to your supervisor
  • confront the art therapist directly
  • ignore it if you are unsure

Question 5

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Art therapists must not permit students, employees, or supervisees to perform or to represent themselves as competent to perform professional services beyond their education, training, experience, or competence
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  • True
  • False

Question 6

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Which is not a requirement for art therapists who provide supervision?
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  • Ensure that they have proper training and supervised experience through contemporary continuing education and/or graduate training
  • Ensure that supervisees are aware of the current ethical standards related to their professional practice, including the ATCB Code of Professional Practice
  • Provide supervisees with adequate feedback and evaluation
  • Provide a nurturing environment which fosters trust

Question 7

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When conducting research, which population does not have a diminished ability to provide consent?
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  • participants also receiving clinical services
  • impairments which limit understanding
  • children
  • college students

Question 8

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Art therapists must avoid relationships with research participants outside the scope of the research.
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  • True
  • False

Question 9

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Not providing publication credit is morally questionable, but not unethical according to the ACTB code of ethics.
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 10

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The applicant must provide written notification to the ATCB within _______ of occurrence of any change in name, address, telephone number, and any other facts bearing on eligibility for credentials.
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  • 60 days
  • 30 days
  • 2 months
  • 80 days

Question 11

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You need written consent to photograph client artwork.
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  • True
  • False

Question 12

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Which is not an example of an exploitative relationship with a client?
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  • borrowing money from or loaning money to a client
  • engaging in a business venture with a client
  • hiring a client
  • conducting research with a client

Question 13

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Bartering with a client may be considered an ethical form of payment for services.
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  • True
  • False

Question 14

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It is never acceptable to receive gifts from clients.
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  • True
  • False

Question 15

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When should the art therapist terminate therapy?
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  • when the client has attained stated goals and objectives
  • when the client can no longer pay
  • when the client confesses feelings of attraction towards the art therapist
  • when the art therapist decides to pursue a romantic relationship with the client

Question 16

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Legally, ____________ refers to professional negligence that results in harm or loss to the client.
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  • malpractice
  • unethical behavior
  • client abandonment
  • credential revocation

Question 17

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In a successful malpractice claim, ______, or that a professional relationship existed must be established.
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  • duty
  • breach of duty
  • injury
  • causation

Question 18

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In a successful malpractice claim, what is the term for the therapists' negligence deviating from "standard practices of care"?
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  • duty
  • breach of duty
  • injury
  • causation

Question 19

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In addition to duty and breach of duty, what other 2 things must be proven in a malpractice claim?
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  • injury
  • causation
  • negligence
  • breach of ethical codes

Question 20

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Which is not a reason for malpractice?
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  • failure to obtain or document informed consent
  • premature client termination
  • misdiagnosis
  • referring a client whose issue seems beyond your area of expertise

Question 21

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What should you do in a malpractice suit?
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  • try to resolve the issue with the client directly
  • consult your professional organization
  • alter files that were incomplete or incorrect
  • continue the therapeutic relationship with the client

Question 22

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The Tarasoff case established that a mental health professional has a duty to protect the patient.
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  • True
  • False

Question 23

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What is the most appropriate course of action when a client is threatening another individual?
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  • notifying the police
  • warning the intended victim
  • placing the client under mental health arrest
  • making a contract with the client to not harm anyone

Question 24

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Women are 4x more likely than men to complete suicide.
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  • True
  • False

Question 25

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Suicide rates increase with age.
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  • True
  • False

Question 26

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Which is not a protective factor when assessing suicide risk?
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  • being married
  • having children in the home
  • being involved with the Catholic church
  • season

Question 27

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Which is not a risk factor for suicide?
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  • having a cancer diagnosis
  • taking corticosteroids
  • taking an antidepressant for anxiety
  • religiosity

Question 28

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Which is not an example of a static risk factor when assessing suicide?
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  • age
  • gender
  • marital status
  • depression

Question 29

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Which is not an example of a short term risk factor when assessing suicide?
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  • loss of pleasure
  • diminished concentration
  • insomnia
  • lack of social support

Question 30

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The acronyms, SAD PERSONS and IS PATH WARM are used to assess for ______________.
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  • alcohol or substance use disorder
  • suicide
  • risk of harm to others
  • child abuse

Question 31

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When assessing suicide, risk factors are qualitative, not quantitative.
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  • True
  • False

Question 32

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What should you not do if a client is suicidal?
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  • perform suicidal assessment
  • go over a checklist of suicide risk factors
  • make a safety plan
  • immediately place the client under mental health arrest
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