Self

The self is an individual person as the object of its own reflective consciousness. Since self is a reference by a subject to the same subject, this reference is necessarily subjective. The sense of having a self—or self-hood—should, however, not be confused with subjectivity itself.[1] Ostensibly, this sense is directed outward from the subject to refer inward, back to its “self” (or itself). Examples of psychiatric conditions where such “sameness” may become broken include depersonalization, which sometimes occurs in schizophrenia: the self appears different from the subject.

Adolescent Delinquency

This questionnaire contains a number of questions about your behavior in the last year. Please answer all of the questions as accurately as you can. Do not try to look good or bad. All the information you provide is totally confidential and will not be shown to your parents or anyone else. For each question‚ …

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Addiction Counseling Self-Efficacy Scale (ACSES)

1.    Assess a client’s previous experience with self-help groups like AA‚ NA‚ CA‚ etc. 2.    Show empathy toward a client. 3.    cr‎eate a therapeutic environment where a client will feel that I understand them. 4.    Convey an attitude of care and concern for all group members. 5.    Work effectively with a client who has both a substance use and an …

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Adolescent Delinquency

This questionnaire contains a number of questions about your behavior in the last year. Please answer all of the questions as accurately as you can. Do not try to look good or bad. All the information you provide is totally confidential and will not be shown to your parents or anyone else. For each question‚ …

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Addiction Counseling Self-Efficacy Scale (ACSES)

1.    Assess a client’s previous experience with self-help groups like AA‚ NA‚ CA‚ etc. 2.    Show empathy toward a client. 3.    cr‎eate a therapeutic environment where a client will feel that I understand them. 4.    Convey an attitude of care and concern for all group members. 5.    Work effectively with a client who has both a substance use and an …

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