All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘harry stack sullivan’

The Assumptive Worlds of Psychopathy VII:  Clinical Diagnosis and DSM

The Assumptive Worlds of Psychopathy VII: Clinical Diagnosis and DSM

It is in the basic act of diagnosing and categorizing the psychopathy of a client seeking treatment that not only the nature of treatment is being determined), but also the length of treatment and role played by other professionals are determined. We are referring specifically to the critical role played by the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders

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The New Johari Window VII: Postmodern Relationships and Complexity

The New Johari Window VII: Postmodern Relationships and Complexity

The increasing density of human population is not simply a matter of population growth, it also has to do with a remarkable dynamic that is to be found in most systems—what many theorists now label the strange attractor phenomenon.

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Harry Stack Sullivan: Energy and Interpersonal Relationships

Harry Stack Sullivan: Energy and Interpersonal Relationships

Harry Stack Sullivan theorized that Personality is manifest in interpersonal situations through interactions and experiences. Sullivan defined Personality as to be a temporal phenomenon which is shaped by the relationships that are shared with other people.

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The New Johari Window #7: Complexity and the Postmodern Condition

The New Johari Window #7: Complexity and the Postmodern Condition

The postmodern condition suggests that there is a critical need for discernment. We must be careful in choosing the type of feedback we wish to receive and the people from whom we want feedback.

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