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CST - Ethical Boundaries: Treating Childhood Sexual Trauma Post Test

Psychologist, Ohio MFT and Counselor Post Test:
Only Psychologists, Ohio MFT's and Ohio Counselors taking this course for credit need to complete these additional questions below to be in compliance with their Boards. requirements. If you are not a psychologist, Ohio MFT or Ohio Counselor please return to the original Answer Booklet. You do not need to complete the additional questions below.

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1.1 What are two factors that contribute to memory repression for a sexually abused child?
1.2 What is a useful exercise to assist sexually abused victims bring down their core defenses resulting from sexual abuse?
1.3 According to Forward, about how many child abuse survivors are there in America today?
2.1 What percentage of girls are sexually abuse before the age of 18?
3.1 What are two exercises that may help sexually abused victims with secondary consequences of nightmares, flashback, and body memories?
3.2 According to the Incidence Study of Reported Child, who represented the largest group of alleged perpetrators at 44%?
4.1 What are secondary consequences resulting from living with the secrets of childhood sexual trauma?
5.1 What are three stages for recovering from a sexual abuse?
6.1 What technique may be helpful for helping a sexually abuse client connect with their emotions?
7.1 What are four useful techniques that may allow sexually abused victims discover and release emotional pain?
8.1 What are some behaviors that may underline the connecting process during therapy sessions with a sexually abuse child?
9.1 What are three useful “trust experiences” in the exploration exercise used to Expand Self Trust?
9.2 What may be a useful exercise to help refocus a sexual abused child’s transference thoughts?
10.1 What are two barriers to treating childhood sexual trauma?
10.2 What are four useful corrective statements when working with clients living with the secrets of childhood sexual trauma?
12.1 What may a sexually abused child feel if you focus too much on details and not the issue during a therapy session?
12.2 What may be a helpful exercise to minimize counter-transference during a therapy session?
13.1 For the first stage of the healing cycle, what is a useful exercise to find the means of reclaiming repressed and denied memories in a sexual abuse victim?
13.2 According to Finkelhor & Williams, about how many children per 10,000 enrolled in day care are sexually abused?
13.3 What are two stages of the healing process?
14.1 According to the article Sexual Abuse: Surviving the Pain by Dr. Barabara Bogorad, what percentage of abusers are women?
14.2 According to the article Sexual Abuse: Surviving the Pain by Dr. Barabara Bogorad, what percentage of abusers are immediate family members or someone very close to the family?

A. Timeline Exercise
B. Time of abuse, level of violence victim was subjected to
C. 33%
D. 60 million survivors
E. Non-parental relatives
F. Feeling responses exercise
G. Recovery Stage, Active Healing Stage, Integration Stage
H. Panic attacks, body objectification, chronic fatigue and minor illnesses
I. The fetal position; anger release with a bat; color visualization; and directing healing energy
J. Dialoguing with Your Body exercise
K. A time of trusting herself ,a trustworthy place where she felt comfortable, a trusting encounter between herself and another person
L. Blaming, criticizing, accusing or disagreeing
M. The barrier of aggression and the barrier of the desire-to-please
N. Thought stopping
O. Exploited and re-victimized
P. What happened to you was wrong, but there is nothing wrong with you,’ ‘Because something bad happened to you, doesn\'t mean you are bad,’ ‘These are expected after effects of having been abused by ____[specific perpetrator(s)]’, ‘Because something awful happened to you, doesn\'t mean you are an awful person.’
Q. Body Scan
R. Losses and gains exercise
S. Exposing the wound and re-experiencing the trauma
T. An average of 5.5 children
U. 70%
V. 5%

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15.1 According to Gebhard et at., what percentage of heterosexual pedophiles use significant aggression during their contact with children?
17.1 According to Hammer, what do clouds represent in a drawing of a sexually abuse child?
18.1 According to Groth and Birnbaum, who are the majority of child molesters?
19.1 What are six different components of a sexually abused victim that a clinician may observe?
19.2 What is the goal of a comprehensive clinical assessment?
20.1 What are some effects that result from sexual abuse, usually involving genital and/or anal penetration?
20.2 What are some pathological features that sexually abused children may show?
21.1 What are some variables that the psychological effects post-molestation depend on?
21.2 According to MacFarlane, why may older children be hurt more than younger children who are traumatized?
24.1 What is one of the deepest possible assaults to a child\'s self-memory system?
25.1 What is the difference between “smacking” and “bashing”?
26.1 According to contemporary research, what is ‘spacing out’ at the moment of the trauma (peritraumatic K. dissociation) a significant long-term predictor for?
27.1 What are three sources for behavioral reports and observations that should be included in a proper assessment?

A. Anxiety
B. 12.2%
C. Biophysical, Intrapsychic, Interpersonal, Group/Family, Social, Cultural
D. Majority of child molesters are of the same race as the child and are apparently sane men in their late twenties or early thirties
E. Effects on the child\'s developing mind and personality, including the production of wide-ranging behavioral, emotional and learning difficulties
F. To clarify how the traumas have altered or impacted any of these areas of functioning
G. Age of child, psychological condition, sexual knowledge, type of assault, repeated assaults, molestation by a stranger, reactions of others, not being believed, therapy
H. They may be unable to concentrate on a task for long; appear over-stimulated with poor impulse control; have a haunted and driven quality in their relating and a tendency to be aggressive and testing of boundaries; they sometimes show inappropriate sexual behavior; they may go in and out of states of confusion when they become very anxious, particularly about being abandoned; they have difficulty in trusting adults; and, in more ordinary terms, they can be very intrusive and irritating in their behavior
I. Ongoing sexual abuse by a parent or close care giver
J. because they are more fully aware of the social stigma that is associated with sexual assault
K. The ultimate development of posttraumatic stress disorder
L. Smacking is physical discipline, bashing is an attempt to change the child\'s behavior and more a way for the parent to discharge frustration by
M. Anxiety, depression, and ADHD

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