088 | 2023-04-15 | MCQ | Working Online with Children CPD Questionnaire: to obtain your full CPD points for this course, you must complete the following questions. "*" indicates required fields First Name* Last Name* Email* Phone* HPCSA number:* Professional Category: Reason for choosing this activity:1. BWRT was originally developed by:* A. Terence Watts B. Benjamin Libet C. Rafiq Lockhat 2. Children can use:* A. Level 2 Protocols B. Most Level 1 Protocols C. None of the above 3. When working with children, you must get informed consent in writing from:* A. One parent B. Both parents C. A child of any age may consent 4. Children over 12 may consent for themselves:* A. True B. False C. Sometimes 5. If a child tells us that they are being abused, we can leave it to the parents to investigate and report if necessary.* A. Leave it in the parents hands if they insist on managing it themselves. B. Complete form 22 and hand it in to the authorities. C. Allow the child to decide whether they want to report it or not. 6. We can treat clients using telehealth who are:* A. Self harming B. Expressing suicidal ideations with intent C. None of the above. They must be referred for face to face evaluation. 7. When it comes to confidentiality and telehealth sessions:* A. We do not need to take any extra measures; it’s the same as working in rooms. B. We must inform the client about possible risks and discuss ways to increase confidentiality from their side. C. None of the above. 8. 26th March 2020, the HPCSA published the Guidance on the use of Telehealth and the following provisions were amended:* A. Telehealth is only permissible in circumstances where there is an already established practitioner- patient relationship B. Telehealth should preferably be practised in circumstances where there is an already established practitioner-patient relationship, and where such a relationship does not exist, practitioners may still consult using Telehealth provided such consultations are done in the best clinical interest of patients. C. All of the above are correct. 9. When working with children, one can skip the theory completely and jump straight into a protocol:* A. It is necessary to explain to the child how the brain and BWRT works. B. It is unnecessary to give a child any explanations. You can jump straight into using a protocol. C. Neither of the above options are correct. 10. When looping with children, you must repeat them:* A. 8-9 times B. 10 times C. 5-6 times 11. This activity was useful and caused me to learn something valuable* A. Strongly Agree B. Agree C. Neither Agree nor Disagree D. Strongly Disagree E. Disagree 12. Shelley presented the material effectively, with knowledge and clarity:* A. Strongly Agree B. Agree C. Neither Agree nor Disagree D. Strongly Disagree E. Disagree 13. This activity will assist in the improvement of my professional performance:* A. Strongly Agree B. Agree C. Neither Agree nor Disagree D. Strongly Disagree E. Disagree 14. Integrated applied examples illustrated real- world context especially for working online:* A. Strongly Agree B. Agree C. Neither Agree nor Disagree D. Strongly Disagree E. Disagree 15. This CPD activity was good value for money:* A. Strongly Agree B. Agree C. Neither Agree nor Disagree D. Strongly Disagree E. Disagree 16. I would recommend this CPD activity to my colleagues:* A. Strongly Agree B. Agree C. Neither Agree nor Disagree D. Strongly Disagree E. Disagree PhoneThis field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.