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Prevention, Identification, and Treatment of Domestic Violence

1. Approximately _____ people in the United States are subject to intimate partner violence annually.

A. 2 million

B. 5 million

C. 10 million

D. 15 million

2. Intimate partner violence accounts for ____ of violent crimes.

A. 5%

B. 15%

C. 25%

D. 30%

3. People who belong to ______ have a higher risk of experiencing IPV victimization.

A. a racial or ethnic minority

B. a sexual minority

C. a religious cult

D. a sorority

4. Frequent traits seen among people who are perpetrators include all except

A. minimizing violence

B. objectifying victim

C. acceptin accountability

D. blaming external causes

5. The commonality among all abusive relationships is

A. there are none, every relationship is different

B. the tactics used by the perpetrator to gain and maintain power and control

C. threats of sexual assault

D. controling the finances

6. The majority of people with mental illness are

A. IPV perpetrators

B. not violent

C. also substance users

D. poor parents

7. Threatening a partner's children and pets is an example of

A. physical abuse

B. emotional abuse

C. financial abuse

D. coercion

8. Giving partner drugs or alcohol to "loosen up" their inhibitions is an example of

A. physical abuse

B. emotional abuse

C. sexual coercion

D. sexual abuse

9. The type of intimate partner violence that is not appropriate for couple's therapy

A. intimate terrorism

B. situational couple violence

C. violent resistance

D. mutual violence control

10. The most dangerous time for a victim of domestic violence is

A. when their abuser has been drinking

B. when the family finances are meager

C. when they try and fight back

D. when they are leaving their abuser

11. Prior to the COVID-19 pandemic there had been a ____ in women's risk of both lethal and non-lethal IPV.

A. minor increase

B. decrease

C. no change

D. major increase

12. Mandated reporting laws were put into place to protect vulnerable people but

A. they deter victims from seeking help.

B. family members are exempt

C. friends are exempt

D. victims can decline the mandated report being submitted

13. The most important piece of assessment prior to beinging couple's treatment for IPV is

A. safety assessment

B. mental health assessment

C. substance use assessment

D. referral needs assessment

14. When perpetrators are court mandated or struggling to accept responsibility, this may be the best form of treatment.


B. Motivational Interviewing

C. The Duluth Model

D. Dialectical Behavior Therapy

15. Children who witness intimate partner violence are also more likely to experience


B. emotional abuse

C. anxiety

D. physical abuse

16. They have more contact with children than any other service.

A. doctors

B. nurses

C. grandparents

D. teachers

17. The ability to navigate through adversity successfully is

A. resilience

B. self-esteem

C. motivation

D. secure attachment

18. This type of abuse was an added challenge during the pandemic when many organizations shifted to remote services.

A. financial abuse

B. digital abuse

C. stalking

D. physical abuse

19. Websites with these allows the user to quickly close the site.

A. pop-up window

B. chat box

C. modal window

D. quick escape button

20. How they depict intimate partner violence is how peoplecan perceive victims and perpetrators.

A. media

B. school

C. shelters

D. law enforcement

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