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PTSD and Other Traumas: Ethical Issues in Using Recall
3 CEUs PTSD & other Traumas: Ethical Issues in Using Recall

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Questions:
1. According to a recent study, what are the five qualities in a therapist that best serve to manage the risk of countertransference?
2. According to the Comprehensive Textbook of Psychiatry, what are four possible results of hypnosis which may raise ethical questions regarding confabulation of sexual abuse?
3. In what way can statistics that espouse the prominence of the sexual abuse trauma in disabled autistic children create an ethical dilemma in the use of FC?
4. A client suspects that she might have been the survivor of childhood sexual abuse. After weeks of research, she has an incestuous dream and comes to the conclusion that her theories were correct. What is this client suffering from?
5. What is an opposing view to Renee Fredrickson's statement in her book Repressed Memories about the massages that "an area of your body may get hot or feel numb. Powerful emotions may sweep over you, causing you to weep or even cry out?"
6. What is one example of a neutral non-leading type of statement you might make in a therapy session with a trauma client?
Answers:
A. Response expectancy.
B. Anxiety management; conceptualizing skills; empathic ability; self-insight; and self-integration.
C. It can influence facilitators into suspecting that their autistic clients are being molested at home. In some cases, autistic girls with intact hymens have supposedly been subjected to hundreds of parental rapes.
D. What do you want to do?
E. These reactions might not be the result of past abuse, but perhaps a physical reaction to intimate touch by a stranger.
F. Clients create memories, distort existing memories, incorporate cues from leading therapist questions, and incorporate therapist beliefs.

Course Content Manual Questions The Answer to Question 7 is found in Section 7 of the Course Content… and so on. Select correct answer from below. Place letter on the blank line before the corresponding question.
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Questions:
7. Within the last decade clinicians from many different disciplines have been primed to look for childhood sexual abuse and have taught their clients to do what?
8. What do Veterans with PTSD faced with loss or the ordinary demands of intimacy often experience?
9. According to Porterfield, what percent of Vietnam soldiers have PTSD today?
10. What two skills are identified by Schiraldi to help defuse the distress of flashbacks?
11. Psychologists do not conduct a study involving deception unless what?
12. What three functions cannot be performed by the counselor without proper training or supervision?
Answers:
A. Veterans with PTSD either experience self-disintegration, or they shut down entirely and feel nothing.
B. regress to the inner child
C. 1. If flashbacks occur when your eyes are closed, open them and perform about twenty-five cycles of the eye movement technique. 2. Ground yourself. This means to do things to bring your awareness solidly back to the present
D. 15 %
E. they have determined that the use of deceptive techniques is justified by the study's significant prospective scientific, educational, or applied value and that effective nondeceptive alternative procedures are not feasible.
F. diagnosis, assessment, or treatment


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