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Understanding Intimate Partner Violence: What it is, how to assess for it, and how to intervene

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1.  Intimate Partner Violence (IPV) is also known as:
  1. Domestic Violence
  2. Date Rape
  3. Relationship Violence
  4. None of the above
2.  Types of IPV include:
  1. Physical abuse
  2. Sexual abuse
  3. Digital abuse
  4. All of the above
3.  This type of IPV occurs when one partner strips the other of the ability to control their own reproductive system.
  1. Digital Abuse
  2. Sexual Abuse
  3. Reproductive Abuse
  4. Physical Abuse
4.  In the United States ___________ million adults experience IPV annually.
  1. 10
  2. 11
  3. 12
  4. 15
5.  Which of the following is a factor that is suspected to contribute to the likelihood of an intimate partner being abusive?
  1. Adequate communication skills
  2. History of abuse
  3. Adequate emotional regulation
  4. None of the above
6.  Which is the following is a characteristic associated with victims of IPV?
  1. History of abuse
  2. Financial dependence
  3. Low self esteem
  4. All of the above
7.  Which of the following is an assessment tool that can be used to assess for IPV?
  2. SHARP
  3. The Danger Assessment
  4. All of the above
8.  Interventions for working with IPV should include:
  1. Safety planning
  2. Referrals/Resources
  3. Education on legal rights
  4. All of the above
9.  Which of the following is an intervention/treatment option for treating perpetrators of IPV?
  1. Duluth Model
  3. SHARP
  4. None of the above
10.  Between _____ and _____ % of seniors experience some form of abuse.
  1. 1, 15
  2. 1, 12
  3. 1, 10
  4. 1, 5
11.  Which of the following is TRUE regarding IPV/domestic violence?
  1. IPV/Domestic violence is used to maintain power and control
  2. IPV/Domestic violence is not used to maintain power and control
  3. IPV/Domestic violence only involves men abusing women
  4. IPV/Domestic violence is not a serious problem in most communities
12.  Methods of Coercive Control by an abusive partner includes which of the following?
  1. Systematic and repetitive infliction of harm on the victim
  2. Disempowering and isolating the victim
  3. Instilling fear and helplessness in the victim
  4. All of the above
13.  Which of the following is not an effect of captivity?
  1. State of constant dread
  2. Loss of identity
  3. Broadened thought of the future
  4. Problems with initiative
14.  Which of the following is not a characteristic of victim captivity?
  1. Brief, single episode of trauma
  2. Prolonged contact with the perpetrator
  3. Every aspect of the victim’s life is controlled
  4. Demands for the victim to profess respect, gratitude or even love
15.  Which of the following is NOT true about trauma and oppression?
  1. Trauma is a sociological dimension of oppression
  2. Oppression renders people subjectively powerless
  3. The essence of victimization is that you are acted upon against your will.
  4. Powerlessness-the experience of being without options—is the hallmark of traumatic experiences.