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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Self-disclosure

Self-disclosure is a process of communication by which one person reveals information about themself to another. The information can be descriptive or evaluative, and can include thoughts, feelings, aspirations, goals, failures, successes, fears, and dreams, as well as one's likes, dislikes, and favorites.

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It also found that as age increases, self-disclosure on social networking sites decreases. The idea of the Highest One as Being's self-disclosure is part of what distinguishes Johnston's panentheism from mere pantheism. Personal effectiveness of an individual is the combination of self-disclosure, openness to feedback and perceptiveness.

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Clinical Psychologist and Mind Expert, Leanne Hall breaks down the guiding principles of how and when to use self-disclosure in counselling. The “rules” of self-disclosure are a little muddy. For example, psychoanalysts believe quite strongly that self-disclosure is counterproductive as it distorts client’s transference.

work911.com/communication/skillselfdisclosure.htm

While self-disclosure is important, remember that communication means sharing of information from both sides, and if you are inundating the other person with too much information about yourself, or information they really have no interest in, then the whole thing is going to backfire, because you will appear selfish and self-centered.

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To integrate the authentic self into the skills required for your social work field placement, it may be helpful to view the use of self from five different perspectives: Use of Personality, Use of Belief System, Use of Relational Dynamics, Use of Anxiety, and Use of Self Disclosure (Dewane, 2006).

www.mastersincounseling.org/counseling/self-disclosure

Self-disclosure can be a very useful skill, but only if employed properly. Self-disclosure in therapy is when a therapist shares their own personal views or experience with a client with the purpose of improving the client’s emotional or mental state. It should be done solely for the purpose of helping the client, and not to […]

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What Is A “Self-Own”? There aren’t many better places, it seems, to celebrate the mistakes of others than on social media. Naturally, this is the arena where self-own has had great popularity.

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Self- disclosure is a two-step process. First, a person has to make a self-disclosure that is neither too general nor too intimate. Second, the self-disclosure must be received with empathy ...

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Self-disclosure augments an empathic reply and deepens the trust between you. When you wish to increase your level of understanding and strengthen that trust, and you feel comfortable revealing the content of your self-disclosure, then self-disclosure is the right choice.

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Self-disclosure doesn’t always have to be deep to be useful or meaningful. Superficial self-disclosure, often in the form of “small talk,” is key in initiating relationships that then move onto more personal levels of self-disclosure.