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Course 5T - Quiz 5

 

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1)
MOVING ON TO PART 5 (Study Guide #5), 'Sexual Health and Trauma': This section of Course 5T addresses the need for counselors and therapists to incorporate discussion of Sexual Health into ALL trauma-focused treatment with youth. The objective is to assist youth with identifying, communicating, and developing a 'Sexual Health language' and lifestyle that promote both physical and emotional well-being as well as protection from future trauma.

Which choice below identifies the NECESSARY ELEMENTS and PRINCIPLES of Sexual Health?
 
Consent; Non-Exploitation; Honesty
Shared Values between the involved participants; Safety and Protection from STIs, HIV, and unwanted pregnancy
Pleasure
All of the above.
Only the first and second choices above.
 
2)
Which is NOT an accurate statement about SEXUAL HEALTH?
 
A youth’s physical, emotional, spiritual, and sexual health can alter as the result of traumatic sexual and relationship experiences.
Even if a youth has not experienced sexual trauma, the ability to engage in Sexual Health discussions and practices with future partners serves as a protective factor.
The World Health Organization defines 'Sexual Health' simply as 'the absence of disease, dysfunction, or infirmity.'
 
3)
In discussions with adolescent clients about sexual health, violence, and trauma, the concept of 'pleasure' as an essential element of healthy sexual activity does not need to be discussed.
 
True False
 
4)
Effective counseling with adolescent clients about Sexual Health requires that the counselor be respectful, open, and non-judgmental but also acknowledge any differences in cultural and other beliefs and practices that exist between him/herself and the client.
 
True False
 
5)
When working with youth who have experienced sexual trauma in a relationship, counselors should
 
explore with the youth what a relationship may look like if it was based upon the principles of Sexual Health.
separate the Sexual Health discussions from discussion about the trauma which the youth has experienced.
Both of the above.
 
6)
This course teaches that - at the discretion of the Trauma Intervention Counselor - the adolescent client may be taught the 'language' and terminology which apply to Sexual Health for future use with prospective sexual partners.
 
True False
 

 

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