Unit 3 Quiz

Choose the best answers for the questions below then click "Check Your Answers" at the bottom to see if your answers were correct and read feedback for each questions.

  1. Basics for interviewing include which of the following (check all that apply):
    1.  a. establishing rapport and a sense of trust
    2.  b. interviewing each person separately
    3.  c. getting clients to admit the violence
    4.  d. providing resources

  2. It is important to use the label "domestic violence" when talking to a potential survivor, because to do otherwise would be feeding into a sense of denial about the situation.
    1.  a. true
    2.  b. false

  3. A person who chooses to stay in an abusive relationship cannot be trusted to make wise decisions.
    1.  a. true
    2.  b. false

  4. If you are concerned about someone's safety, it is a good idea to tell them so.
    1.  a. true
    2.  b. false

  5. A client arrives for her first appointment with a female, who is introduced to you as a friend. The client states that she would like to have the friend in the room with her. The best way to handle the situation would be to:
    1.  a. Meet with both women because you do not want your client to feel uncomfortable.
    2.  b. Explain to both women that the appointment is with just the identified client, so while you are sorry, the friend will have to remain in the waiting area.
    3.  c. Explain to both women that it is your policy to always meet with a new client individually first, but that the friend may be able to join the two of you after that.
    4.  d. Reschedule, saying that you would prefer that she come by herself.

  6. If a survivor minimizes danger or abuse, it is important to get her or him to acknowledge the realities of the situation.
    1.  a. true
    2.  b. false

  7. Survivors of domestic violence usually have discovered ways to protect themselves and minimize risk.
    1.  a. true
    2.  b. false

  8. The goals of routine inquiry about intimate partner violence include (check all that apply):
    1.  a. communicating your openness to hearing about it
    2.  b. showing concern for your client's safety and non-violence
    3.  c. encouraging disclosure of abuse
    4.  d. providing information

  9. It is useful to notice and support the ways in which victims of violence have protected themselves and coped with the violence.
    1.  a. true
    2.  b. false

  10. Important resources for a survivor's safety include (check all that apply):
    1.  a. local domestic violence programs
    2.  b. religious belief
    3.  c. trusted friends and relationships
    4.  d. relationship with a therapist
    5.  e. places identified as safe
    6.  f. past strategies that worked