Ethical and Cultural Issues Arising from the Psychology of Terrorism- 3 Credit Hrs.
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CDVAbb1 - Diagnosis & Treat. of Children of Domestic Violence -Vol. #1 Post Test

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Questions:

1.2 What are four immediate consequences of parental violence?
1.3 What is it called when a young child acts as an adult?
2.2 What are three steps of the technique for helping clients through crisis behaviors?
2.3 What are three typical crisis behaviors when entering a domestic violence shelter?
Answers:

A. a parentified child
B. emotional suffering, inappropriate aggression, and hiding the problem.
C. physical injury, police protection, temporary emergency shelter, and medical treatment
D. spend time, name feelings, and reinforce

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Questions:

3.2 What is the advocate response to a battered woman who identifies risks to her children, but already has a safety plan that successfully reduces those risks?
3.3 What does unilateral action typically mean?
4.2 What three things are weak hedges against the damage that can be done to children if there is violence between the parents and children are used as bartering points?
4.3 What has the battered women's movement focused on?
Answers:

A. focus on advocacy for the battered mother
B. low self-esteem, sleep disruption, and poor nutrition
C. Means making a report to state child protective services.
D. Focused on refuges to protect women and children from immediate danger.