self-disclosure


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self-disclosure

 [self″dis-klo´zhoor]
sharing personal feelings and information with others.

self-disclosure

the process by which one person lets his or her inner being, thoughts, and emotions be known to another. It is important for psychological growth in individual and group psychotherapy.
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In addition, the visually unavoidable physical changes, occurring outside of the counselor's control, may herald issues of transference, countertransference (Bienen, 1990; Dyson & King, 2008; Fuertes, Gelso, Owen, & Cheng, 2013), and self-disclosure (Audet, 2011; Silverman, 2001).
The investigations initiated by the UK's Serious Fraud Office (SFO) and France's Parquet National Financier (Prosecutor's Office) following self-disclosure by Airbus to the UK authorities are ongoing," a statement said, adding that "Airbus is cooperating fully with both authorities, including in respect of potential issues across Airbus' business.
That self-disclosure was just before the election and was likely intended to appear to be above-board before the next president took office.
The ratings are based on checks conducted at the suppliers' production plants and on self-disclosure.
This study explores how social media, Facebook in particular, influences married women to engage in emotional infidelity and self-disclosure with the opposite sex.
Consumer engagement, which refers to the act of participating in social activities by interacting with others (Achterberg, Kerkstra, Ooms, Muller, & Ribbe, 2003) and interactivity, which means the extent to which users can modify the form and content of a mediated environment in real time (Steuer, 1992), are heavily influenced by such factors as self-disclosure, social identity, and need for affiliation (Chu & Kim, 2011).
Conscientious therapists avoid self-disclosure to satisfy their own needs, and they avoid self-disclosure with patients for whom it would have detrimental effects.
Candidates for contested seats who wanted to participate submitted judicial candidate voluntary self-disclosure statements.
Using the federal government's voluntary self-disclosure protocol to report potential program violations offers advantages and disadvantages.
Merit Retention Poll; Voluntary Self-Disclosure Statements--While the Judicial Feedback program is struggling, other programs that the committee oversees are doing well.
Caldwell explained transparency informs companies what conduct will result in what penalties and what sort of credit they can receive for self-disclosure and cooperation with an investigation.
Self-disclosure is divulging information that is intimate and personal about the self to other people [37, 38].