Ethics Mini: Roles & Boundaries Quiz
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1. When assessing our personal limitations we ought to consider: *
2. If a client asks you to perform a massage technique you don’t feel adequately educated about or experienced in you should: *
3. As massage therapists, we need to take good care of ourselves: *
4. The dangers of ignoring our personal limitations include: *
5. NCBTMB states that certificants or applicants for certification shall not exploit relationships with clients for ______. *
6. Before upselling, discussing retail purchases or booking future appointments with a client we ought to ask ourselves all of these EXCEPT: *
7. Personal gain can refer to: *
8. "Always treat others as you would like to be treated" is known as: *
9. When a client projects unresolved feelings onto a practitioner it's called: *
10. Countertransference is occurring when: *
11. Professionals who may encounter transference and countertransference include: *
12. What's one good quality to foster in an effort to remain vigilant against the more life-complicating aspects of transference and countertransference? *
13. Which of these are possible signs that countertransference is occurring? *
14. If we go out of our way for one client noticeably more than we do for our other clients, this could be a sign that _______ is occurring. *
15. The following step(s) can be taken to "reset your boundaries" and minimize the roles that transference and countertransference play in an affected relationship with a client: *
16. Situations that may warrant a serious chat regarding your policies may include all of the following EXCEPT: *
17. After a professional conversation regarding our policies has taken place it's important to: *
18. Sometimes it helps to have a trusted mentor with whom we can chat regarding: *
19. "An alliance in addition to the client/therapist relationship, such as social, familial, business or any other relationship that is outside the therapeutic relationship" is: *
20. "Overlapping relationships in which the therapist and client share an alliance, in addition to the therapeutic relationship" are: *
21. A massage therapist takes their spouse's sister on a client. This is an example of a(n): *
22. While involved in a multidimensional relationship, it's important for a massage therapist to be mindful of: *
23. According to NCBTMB, "in his/her professional role the certificant or applicant for certification shall not engage in any _____ activity with a client." *
24. Inappropriate sexual activity with a client could include: *
25. According to NCBTMB, "in his/her professional role the certificant or applicant for certification shall acknowledge and respect the client's freedom of ______ in the therapeutic session." *
26. Which of the following usually ISN'T a great idea to implement in the treatment room? *
27. Clients have a right to choose: *
28. As massage therapists we should strive to do what with regard to our clients? *
29. We should give our clients the work they request UNLESS: *
30. Session refusal, in full or in part, is a client's _____. *
31. Often times we can minimize the occurrence of massage session cancellation or discontinuation by: *
32. If a client cuts a massage session short, it's important to remain _______. *
33. Our ability to concentrate on our work: *
34. "To treat in a harmful, injurious, or offensive way" is (according to *
35. NCBTMB states that certificants and applicants for certification have the right to refuse and/or terminate a service when a client is: *
36. Abuse can be: *
37. Which of these is an example of abuse in the treatment room? *
38. The only valid excuse a client could possibly have to behave abusively toward a massage therapist is: *
39. If a client is making you uncomfortable through word or deed, you have the right to: *
40. If a client is physically abusive or is threatening physical abuse you should: *
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