Spousal / Child Abuse Questions

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Topic 8 Questions 1 & 2

Question 1 is due today

Question 2 is due tomorrow

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Question 1 below

Research legal and ethical standards for child abuse reporting in your community. Provide a list of these standards and highlight the information that you feel is most useful to you as a burgeoning counselor.

Question 2 below

Child abuse reporting can take its toll on the therapist, particularly if the family or client involved is volatile. Discuss how one’s own apprehension and nervousness could “get in the way” of reporting child abuse immediately, and ways to combat this tendency to procrastinate. In addition, provide your understanding of the time requirements for child abuse reporting in your state.

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School: UC Berkeley

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Reporting child abuse in Texas

The nervousness and the anxiety of the affected family affect the duration and depth
taken to report a child abuse incident. In some instances, especially for a volatile victim, the
nervousness and the anxiety of the affected interfere with an effective report of a child abuse
case. Volatile victims tend to report any child abuse cases as soon as they are suspected. This
spontaneous reporting giv...

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