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In a therapeutic relation, inform the client as soon as is feasible

inform the client of the anticipated course of therapy or objectives to be achieved, involvement of third parties, your fees, and limits of confidentiality.

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When there is no one from whom consent could be obtained, guidelines include

providing services only if there is imminent danger to self or others.

3

A multiple (dual) relationship occurs when one maintains

a professional relationship with an individual and at the same time in a different kind of relationship with that person or a closely related person; or they promise to enter into an extra-professional relationship with the person or relative. Such relationships are unethical if they impair objectivity, competence, or hinder effectiveness of the professional relationship. (American Psychological Association, 2002; BACB, 2010

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Voluntariness requires that

there has been no coercion or duress to obtain consent.

5

Telling a client that if he doesn't agree to a procedure, a more restrictive one will be used violates the element of

voluntariness.

6

An exploitative relationship could be with

-clients or others to whom services are being provided.
-students or research participants.
-supervisees.

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A dual relationship is harmful when

if it impairs objectivity, competence, or hinders effectiveness.

8

Bartering with clients

is clinically contraindicated.

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In a consent form, you should include all of the following EXCEPT

***** procedures which have little chance of being effective.
the prerogative of the consumer to withdrawal consent.
the risks and benefits of proposed and viable alternative procedures.
the prerogative of the consumer to refuse consent without penalty.

10

Because you've helped a client, he offers to change the oil in your car. Allowing him to do so would

exemplify a case of exploitation.

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A dual relationship is harmful when

it hinders effectiveness.

12

Socializing with co-workers

can be a harmful dual relationship.

13

Information to be given to obtain consent includes

refusal will not result in penalty.

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Information needed to give to obtain consent includes

the expected benefits and potential risks of the procedure.

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The right to refuse consent without penalty is violated in which of the following?

Failure to fully explain the risks of the proposed procedure(s).
An extremely high billing rate, which the consumer will have to pay.
****** Privileges will be withheld if proposed treatment is not accepted.
Failure to explain the risks/benefits of alternative procedure(s).

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An explanation of a procedure in terms the consumer will understand is

Explaining the treatment procedure in understandable (lay) terms is essential information needed for consent.

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In a therapeutic relation, inform the client as soon as is feasible

inform the client of the anticipated course of therapy or objectives to be achieved, involvement of third parties, your fees, and limits of confidentiality. Also provide opportunities to answer questions.

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An exploitative relationship is most likely to occur with

students or research participants

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