1.61.Each year,more than 100,000 children are placed in ________,where they live temporarily with another family.
1.62.Children taken from their family homes can be adopted only if
A)both parents are deceased.
B)the parents are divorced.
C)the child has been abused.
D)parental rights have been terminated.
1.63.Two of the most common reasons for malpractice claims against mental health professionals are
A)inappropriate use of medication and sexual harassment.
B)inappropriate use of medication and negligent treatment.
C)negligent treatment and involuntary hypnosis.
D)sexual relations between therapist and client and financial fraud.
1.64.In Osheroff vs.Chestnut Lodge,Dr.Osheroff successfully sued Chestnut Lodge for a variety of reasons,including:
A)failure to offer him informed consent about treatment alternatives.
B)the refusal to allow him to prescribe off-label medications to his patients.
C)that the hospital's provided treatment was not consistent with the type of theoretical orientation it advertised.
D)that he was subjected to electroshock therapy without his consent.