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On the last track we discussed saying no to sex. This track provided responses for your client who was unable to avoid an unwanted sexual advance and must respond to a partner who is ‘coming on strong.’
On this track we will discuss avoiding rape. This track provides methods for avoiding rape and avoiding date rape. As you listen to this track, consider the issues embedded in deciding what to do with the sensitive information your client may provide you regarding rape.
#1 Methods for Avoiding Rape
I stated, “Most rapes are committed by someone the victim knows, but other times the rapist is a complete stranger. Here are some things you can do to prevent rape:
Haley asked, “What if someone grabs me too quick?” To answer Haley’s question, I stated:
#2 Methods for Avoiding Date Rape
On this track we discussed avoiding rape. Clearly the ethical issue here is the boundary of confidentiality versus the client reporting to the authorities a rape. Think of a client you are currently treating who may be placing him or her self in harms way. If he or she were date raped what would your course of action be?
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