Self-disclosure is a process of communication by which one person reveals
information about himself or herself to another. The information can be
descriptive or ...
Mar 18, 2015 ... Self-disclosure promotes attraction. People feel a sense of closeness to others
who reveal their vulnerabilities, innermost thoughts, and facts ...
Nov 1, 2012 ... 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 ...
Learning Objectives. Define self-disclosure. Explain the connection between
social penetration theory, social comparison theory, and self-disclosure. Discuss
At its most basic therapist self-disclosure may be defined as the revelation of
personal rather than professional information about the therapist to the client.
Jun 13, 2012 ... Psychologists have long known that self-disclosure is one of the hallmarks of
intimate relationships. Revealing your motives, intentions, goals, ...
Eye on Ethics. Self-Disclosure in Clinical Social Work By Frederic G. Reamer,
PhD. Social Work Today November/December 2006. Sondra, age 32, sought ...
Self-disclosure is seen as a useful strategy for sharing information with others. By
sharing information, we become more intimate with other people and our ...
Apr 9, 2013 ... Prior research has provided evidence for the self-disclosure reciprocity effect: self
-disclosure promotes further self-disclosure. In this study, we ...
Self-disclosure and communication skills overall are important components of
any healthy relationship. Find out whether your tendency (or inability) to reveal ...