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Private Logic. Private Logic. Rorschach test. Ø ). I. [i] Erik Erikson. 1950. Childhood and Society. New York: Norton. Someone who has learned that others are a source of protection and will seek them out in time of crisis.

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private logic
Private Logic

John Seita, School of Social Work

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Private Logic

John Seita, School of Social Work

rorschach test
Rorschach test

John Seita, School of Social Work

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I

John Seita, School of Social Work

[i] Erik Erikson. 1950. Childhood and Society. New York: Norton.

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Someone who has learned that others are a source of protection and will seek them out in time of crisis.

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Or, we view others with fear and anger and become preoccupied with our loss and feel depressed and hopeless

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Sometimes adults are pushed away; avoiding human bonds.

  • These are coping strategies but can be self-defeating
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Father

  • Husband
  • Middle Class
  • Male
  • Highly Educated
  • White
  • Survivor of the System
  • Middle Age

John Seita, School of Social Work

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Trusted

Not Trusted

Not Dependable

Dependable

video time

Video/SGW

Video Time

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problem solving or excuse making
Problem solving or excuse making?

John Seita, School of Social Work

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4. Don't Crowd.

  • When you get too close, I need to back away for a while.
closing time in the bar
Closing time in the bar

I’d like to have a relationship with you!

John Seita, School of Social Work

browns
Browns

John Seita, School of Social Work

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Be authoritative

  • Not authoritarian
  • Help me learn to control me
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Intimidation works----Sometimes

John Seita, School of Social Work

touch in small ways
Touch in small ways!

John Seita, School of Social Work