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1. The NCBTMB requires that we put your home address on your transcript. Please enter it in the box below. Don't worry, we will not mail you anything or give it to anyone else.
2. According to the text, current estimates of incest and other childhood sexual abuse range from _____% to ____% depending on settings and population.
3. What percentage of girls who had sex before they were 13 years old reported that first sex was nonvoluntary?
4. A national telephone survey found that 18% of 8,000 women surveyed had experienced ____________ at some time in their lives.
5. Common Symptoms in Adult Survivors of Childhood Sexual Abuse are:
6. The primary aftereffects of childhood sexual abuse have been divided into ___distinct, but overlapping categories.
7. According to the survey conducted by David Lisak, what percentage of males reported sexual abuse involving physical contact?
8. According to the same survey conducted by David Lisak, what percentage of males reported sexual abuse involving non-contact?
9. According to the research a potential long-term effect of the sexual abuse of males is:
10. According to the Fleming study women who report child sexual abuse are at greater risk during adolescence for:
11. A random community sample that reported child sexual abuse were asked what problems they attributed to this abuse. Over _____ % of the victims of incestuous abuse regarded the child sexual abuse as having affected their sexual adjustment as adults.
12. According to the text, women who have experienced childhood sexual abuse frequently report difficulty doing what?
13. Based on what you have read in this course, why is it good for a massage therapist to understand the intricacies of past sexual abuse?
14. An example of a possible warning sign of remembered abuse being triggered in a massage session could be _____________.
15. Which of the following is a possible indicator that your client is struggling with boundary issues?
16. What are some possible indicators that a new client might have an aversion to being touched?
17. How is the normal progression of trust in a therapeutic relationship different with people that have experienced past sexual abuse?
18. What is the first step in dealing with trust issues?
19. What does the course mean when it suggests being “trustworthy”.
20. What does the author mean when he suggests an attitude of “universal precautions” in regards to sexual abuse?

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