Developing rapport, identifying problem, developing coping skills
Precipitating event, subjective distress, failure of coping mechanisms
Traumatic event, feelings of stress, ability to cope
None of the above
The person must experience the distress
Everyone should be distressed
The situation should be extreme enough to be distressful
All of the above
Mental health symptoms
Client's mood appeared sad and their affect was flat.
Client stated she was willing to go to counseling.
Client will attend a support group for anxiety.
Case manager developed a written plan of safety with the client.
Post-Rape Syndrome (PRS).
Rape Trauma Syndrome (RTS).
Post-Rape Trauma Syndrome (PRTS).
Post-Sexual Assault Syndrome (PSAS).
Intimate Partner Violence
Encouraging mandatory arrests
Mandating counseling for victims
Maintaining state databases on incidences of domestic violence
Interstate enforcement of domestic violence laws
Forcing sexual intercourse on another person without consent.
Forcing some form of sexual action on another person without consent.
Forcing some form of physical act on another person without consent.
Forcing some form of sexual innuendo on another person without consent.
Ensure that crime victims have a voice within the community, specifically within the criminal justice system.
Ensure that the rights of defendants are minimized.
Ensure that defendants charged with violent crimes are not released on bond.
Ensure that all sentencing decisions include the agreement of the victim