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3 aspects to the model
- 1. Attachment
- 2. Vulnerabilty
- 3. Maturation
3 components to Maturation
- 1. Adaptation
- 2. Integration
- 3. Emergence
The spontaneous unfolding of human potential.
What is maturation not?
- NOT genetics
- NOT instruction
- NOT shaping
- NOT socializing
Why has the adaptive process evolved?
It evolved as an excellent response to encounters with futility.
What is the fruit of adaptive behaviour?
A resilient human being.
What is the emergent process?
The process by which a person becomes a separate being.
What is the fruit of the emergent process?
A viable being.
What does it mean to be a viable being?
What is the integrative process?
It is becoming capable of self-control and consideration.
What is the fruit of the integrative process?
Being social without losing self.
What is menat by stuckness?
It is not a problem behaviour. Nor is it a diagnosed disorder. It is the condition in relation to the maturation process that needs to be addressed.
Name the PIVOTAL FACTOR of the maturation process.
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Name 3 ideas that people ovemphasize in the maturation process.
- SOCIAL EXPERIENCE
What contributes to a healthy emergent process?
Feelings of fulfillment.
To what positive process can feelings of dissonance lead?
The integrative process.
What process can engage if you are feeling the futility of fulfillment?
The ADAPTIVE process.
What is the mixing bowl analogy?
It is where conflicting feelings, thoughts, impulses & signals are mixed.
Where in the brain does the mixing of conflicting feelings, thoughts, impulses &
signals take place?
The prefrontal cortex.
What is an impediment to the maturation process?
What are 3 situations that are often linked to a developmental delay?
A disorder, a lack of learning, a lack of experience (including social interaction)
What is a major source of wounding?
What characterizes a shift toward maturation in the integrative process?
- From either-or to this and...
- It is tempered and considerate.
What characterizes a shift toward maturation in the emergence process?
- From attaching to venturing forth.
- There is viability and vitality.
What characterizes a shift toward maturation in the adaptive process?
- From what doesn't work to what does.
- There is resilience and resourcefulness.
Name at least 10 characteristics of the maturing individual.
Values separateness, recovers from trauma, overcomes problems, Independent and autonomous, Responsible, Thoughtful, Balanced, Not impulsive, Morally developed, Socially adept, Considers context, Full of interests and initiative, Rarely bored, Creative in solitude, Learns from failure, benefits from correction, transcends diabilities and handicaps