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  1. What are the Eight Age Stages?
    • Infancy: 0-18 months
    • Early Childhood: 18 months-3 years
    • Play Age: 3-6 years
    • School Age: 6-12 years
    • Adolescence: 12-20 years
    • Young Adulthood: 20-35 years
    • Adulthood: 35-65 years
    • Old Age: Wisdom years begin at 65 years
  2. What is the ego development outcome of the Infancy Stage?
    Trust vs. Mistrust
  3. What are the basic strengths of the Infancy Stage?
    Drive and hope
  4. What is the successful resolution of the Infancy Stage?
    Fundamental sense of trustworthiness.
  5. What is the significant relationship in the Infancy Stage?
    Maternal/Primary Caregiver
  6. What is the 7 Level Paradigm Issue for the Infancy Stage?
    Trust Yourself
  7. What is the internal conflict in the Infancy Stage?
    Can I trust you? Am I safe?
  8. What is the chakra involved in the Infancy Stage?
    Root
  9. What are the life issues associated with the Infancy Stage? (3)
    Survival, Balance, Grounding
  10. What is the Infancy Stage characterized by? (12)
    • Development of senses and sensory perceptions. "The oral stage"
    • Trust is based on relationships with others.
    • Trust of others to meet survival needs.
    • Sense of touch is critical to survival.
    • Learning to receive and accept what is given.
    • Identification of self is based on the giveer.
    • Development of a sense of well-being/not well-being.
    • Unconscious inner states are developed as needs are met.
    • Eyesight develops and determines the passive approach to accepting things as they come.
    • The psyche learns to focus and isolate.
    • Reliance is on mother's conscious development as a woman and her unconscious attitude toward the child.
    • Awareness of self as a distinct and separate individual.
  11. What can be present when a client is unable to trust themselves to make the appropriate choices and decisions? (3)
    • Hesitancy in taking action and following through
    • Self-denial, self-sabotage
    • Unfounded suspicions related to the support and guidance offered by the coach
  12. What issues can result from wounds experienced in the Infancy Stage? (5)
    • Security
    • Safety
    • Survival
    • Material possession (or lack thereof)
    • Victimization
  13. What are the essential characteristics of the Infancy Stage? (9)
    • Development of trust in self and others.
    • Criteria of self-respect and respect for others begins to develop.
    • Sense of belonging in response to being cared for and cared about is established.
    • Attachment to mother or maternal care-giver creates the foundation of nurturing of self and others.
    • Attachment to maternal care-givers makes profound contribution to the development of the sense of self and the identity of self.
    • Sense of innocence (freedom from guilt) in response to protection provided by caregivers.
    • Needs for safety and security are established.
    • Sensitivity to noise and movement creates the sense of security.
    • Provision of physical needs creates the sense of security.
  14. What is the ego development outcome of the Early Childhood Stage?
    Autonomy vs. Shame and Doubt
  15. What are the basic strengths of the Early Childhood Stage? (2)
    • Self-control
    • Courage
  16. What is the successful resolution of the Early Childhood Stage?
    • Self-control without loss of self-esteem
    • Willpower
  17. What is the significant relationship in the Early Childhood Stage?
    Parental
  18. What is the 7 Level Paradigm Issue for the Early Childhood Stage?
    Be Yourself
  19. What is the internal conflict in the Early Childhood Stage?
    What do you want from me? Did I do it right?
  20. What is the chakra involved in the Early Childhood Stage?
    Sacral
  21. What are the life issues associated with the Early Childhood Stage? (4)
    • Vitality
    • Passion
    • Pleasure
    • Guilt
  22. What are the characteristics of the Early Childhood Stage? (15)
    • Sense of self as separate develops more fully. Realization of "I" and "You"
    • Basic faith in self/ability and in the surrounding world
    • Outer control and self control merge and conflict (e.g. potty training)
    • Passion for exploration
    • Sense of accomplishment (e.g. walking, feeding self, etc.)
    • Development of mobility and its consequences
    • Development of self-control and self-esteem
    • Becoming more dependent and independent simultaneously
    • Learning to act out and control aggression
    • Conflict between patterns of holding on and letting go
    • Distinction of good and bad feelings
    • Sense of right and wrong; yes and no
    • Desire to please others and gain approval/attention
    • Feelings of shame and guilt in response to outer control/influence
    • Principle of "law and order" and who is in charge is developed
  23. What difficulties might a client who has not developed a healthy sense of autonomy experience? (12)
    • Standing on their own.
    • Working alone.
    • Chronic procrastination.
    • The need for constant direction.
    • Difficulty in making and following through with decisions.
    • Choosing appropriate work/social situations and partners.
    • Inappropriate desire to please others and gain approval.
    • Difficulty saying no (response to a fear of rejection)
    • Difficulty setting limits of behavior.
    • Feeling upset when others express or experience upset.
    • Easily influenced by the needs of others.
    • Shame and/or guilt may result from relinquishing choices to outer control and influences.
  24. What are the essential characteristics of the Early Childhood Stage? (7)
    • Development of self-control and self-esteem.
    • Development of healthy sense of good/bad feelings.
    • Clear sense of right/wrong related to self, movement, ability, outer influences
    • Healthy sense of accomplishment at the completion of tasks.
    • Appropriate limits of choice and behavior.
    • Appropriate use of yes/no.
    • Successful negotiation of dependency and independence.
  25. What is the ego development outcome of the Play Age Stage?
    Initiative vs. Guilt
  26. What is the basic strength of the Play Age Stage?
    Purpose
  27. What is the successful resolution of the Play Age Stage?
    Sense of purpose without guilt
  28. What is the significant relationship of the Play Age Stage?
    • Nuclear family
    • Individuals and environments that offer acceptance and/or approval (parents & teachers)
  29. What is the 7 Level Paradigm Issue of the Play Age Stage?
    Accept Yourself
  30. What is the internal conflict of the Play Age Stage?
    Am I doing the right thing?
  31. What is the chakra associated with the Play Age Stage?
    Solar Plexus
  32. What are the life issues associated with the Play Age Stage? (5)
    • Choice
    • Discipline
    • Will
    • Personal Power
    • Boundaries
  33. What are the characteristics of the Play Age Stage? (11)
    • Quest to discover, "Who am I?" "What can I do?" "What kind of person am I?"
    • Greater mobility and command of language create greater internal and external conflict.
    • The initiative to do more and receive acknowledgment and acceptance.
    • Testing and expanding of judgment.
    • Self activated and forgets failures easily unless shamed.
    • Models adults easily.
    • Makes comparisons and adapts to what is desirable/pleasurable.
    • Infantile sexual curiosity and gential exploration.
    • Body or physical consciousness intensifies.
    • Self awareness and acceptance derived from approval and acceptance by others.
    • Independence and obedience create internal and external conflict.
  34. What are the essential characteristics of the Play Age Stage? (4)
    • A pre-cursor to creating a new reality of experience.
    • Willingness to undertake self-supportive and self-directed activity.
    • Acceptance and closure related to past experiences.
    • Willingness to move beyond past failure and regrets while challenging future fears.
  35. How is initiative defined in the Play Age Stage? (3)
    The ability to: orginate activity, make purposeful decisions, and act on choices made without fear or reprisal and/or disapproval.
  36. How is guilt defined in the Play Age Stage?
    Guilt is the feeling of remorse or the state of having committed an offense in response to how others receive/perceive the actions taken.
  37. What abilities do adults who successfully move through the Play Age Stage display? (5)
    • Self-starters
    • Take on challenges
    • Set goals
    • Assume leadership roles
    • Move forward
  38. What are the characteristics of adults who are stuck in guilt from the Play Age Stage? (7)
    • Depressed
    • Low energy
    • Engage in self judgment and criticism
    • Perfectionists
    • Uncomfortable in their bodies
    • Use sex as a way to get close
    • Intolerant of others and their behavior
  39. What is the ego development outcome of the School Age Stage?
    Industry vs. Inferiority
  40. What is the basic strength of the School Age Stage? (2)
    Methods and Competence
  41. What is the significant resolution of the School Age Stage?
    Sense of the self as competent
  42. What are the significant relationships in the School Age Stage?
    School/Authority Figures
  43. What is the 7 Level Paradigm issue in the School Age Stage?
    Honor Yourself
  44. What is the conflict in the School Age Stage?
    Am I good enough?
  45. What chakra is associated with the School Age Stage?
    Heart
  46. What are the life issues related to the School Age Stage? (4)
    • Love
    • Affection
    • Compassion
    • Forgiveness
  47. What are the essential characteristics of the School Age Stage? (5)
    • A healthy sense of self-worth and self-value.
    • Holding and embracing one's self as competent.
    • Ability to affirm and acknowledge accomplishments.
    • Confidence in accomplishments and ability to accomplish.
    • Ability to begin and complete tasks with enthusiasm.
  48. What is happening developmentally for children in the School Age Stage?
    • They are asking themselves "Who am I?" "How do I feel about myself?"
    • The child is developing her self concept which is the child's perception of other people's reaction toward him.
  49. What is the ego development outcome of the Adolescence Stage?
    Identity vs. Identity Confusion
  50. What is the basic strength of the Adolescence Age Stage? (2)
    Devotion and Fidelity (to myself)
  51. What is the significant resolution of the Adolescence Age Stage?
    Fidelity, being true to yourself through making self-honoring choices
  52. What are the significant relationships during the Adolescence Age Stage?
    Peers
  53. What is the 7 Level Paradigm Issue present in the Adolescence Age Stage?
    Know Yourself
  54. What is the conflict during the Adolescence Age Stage?
    Who am I? What 'should' I do?
  55. What chakra is associated with the Adolescence Age Stage?
    Throat
  56. What are the life issues related to the Adolescence Age Stage? (4)
    • Creativity
    • Understanding
    • Expressing self
    • Expression of truth
  57. What is the Adolescence Age Stage characterized by? (11)
    • Questions related to identity intensify (who am I? what do I want? where do I belong?)
    • Ego identity emerges (individual's unique identity and sense of self)
    • Becoming comfortable in physical body
    • Development of inner authority
    • The need to make self-honoring choices
    • Role confusion based on hostility toward adults
    • Active/passive rebellion
    • Over-compliance based on lack of inner authority
    • Search for social approval
    • Over-responsibility leading to neglect of self
    • Fear of being visible because of underlying uncertainty of self
  58. What are the essential characteristics of the Adolescence Age Stage? (5)
    • A sense of self based on inner authority and clearly defined boundaries.
    • Recognition of value and worth as a distinct individual.
    • The ability to create and hold a vision of and for one's self.
    • Acceptance of all aspects of individuality.
    • The ability to make self-honoring choices during interactions with others. (not people pleasing)
  59. What are some reasons why it is so important to develop a sense of identity? (5)
    • It is the foundation of all relationships including the relationship with one's self.
    • It provides the foundation for all that we do.
    • It is the only means by which an individual can become and remain motivated to pursue a vision or goal.
    • It determines how an individual approaches and moves through a task or endeavor.
    • Without an identity the individual is prone to co-dependency.
  60. What is the ego development outcome of the Young Adulthood Stage?
    Intimacy vs. Isolation
  61. What is the basic strength of the Early Adulthood Stage?
    Affiliation and love
  62. What is the significant resolution of the Early Adulthood Stage?
    • The experience of opening to receive and offer love as an evolution of emotional honesty and the ability to share authentically.
    • Love
    • Full integration of Self to give of self
    • To share self
    • To give over self
    • To lose self
  63. What is the significant relationship of the Early Adulthood Stage?
    Intimate personal and social relationships with peers
  64. What is the 7 Level Paradigm Issue of the Early Adulthood Stage?
    See Yourself (right thought. right action. right response)
  65. What is the conflict of the Early Adulthood Stage?
    What do I have to give/offer?
  66. What is the chakra associated with the Early Adulthood Stage?
    Third Eye (Inner vision)
  67. What are the life issues of the Early Adulthood Stage? (3)
    • Intuition
    • Knowledge and understanding of Truth
    • Imagination
  68. What is the Early Adulthood Stage characterized by? (6)
    • Testing of sense of self in the outer world
    • The manifestation of stages disturbed begin to emerge
    • Interpersonal intimacy supports sense of worthiness
    • Need for intimacy becomes confused with sexual intimacy
    • Competitive and combative instincts develop for self preservation
    • The love of work and the need to play conflict
  69. What are the essential characteristics of Early Adulthood Stage? (5)
    • Intimacy is an opportunity to develop intentional, honest and caring communication in support of oneself and one's desires.
    • Intimacy requires clear and well-established personal boundaries.
    • The ability to develop and sustain intimate relationships is the outgrowth of a sense of self as safe and secure.
    • Intimacy is the foundation of all loving relationships.
    • Isolation is an attempt to protect self and is often a demonstration of failure to establish personal boundaries.
  70. What is the definition of intimacy?
    • Close personal relations; involving warm friendship or familiar association or feeling; closely personal; an act or expression serving as a token of familiarity privacy. - Webster's
    • "Into me see"
    • Refers to one's ability to relate to another human being authentically.
  71. What is the definition of isolation?
    • Set or place apart, to separate, as to be alone; to detach
    • Isolation is often hidden as compulsive work or busyness, an intolerance for noise or crowds and a series of failed relationships which are used as the rationale not to become involved with others intimately.
  72. What is the ego development outcome of the Adulthood Stage?
    Generativity vs. Stagnation
  73. What are the basic strengths of the Adulthood Stage? (2)
    • Productive
    • Caring
  74. What is the significant resolution of the Adulthood Stage?
    • Stable environment
    • Valuable contributions to family and society
  75. What are the significant relationships of the Adulthood Stage? (3)
    • workplace
    • community
    • family
  76. What is the 7 Level Paradigm that supports the Adulthood Stage?
    Appreciate Yourself (take the time for yourself)
  77. What is the conflict of the Adulthood Stage?
    • Does what I do matter?
    • Do I matter?
  78. What is the chakra associated with the Adulthood Stage?
    Crown
  79. What are the life issues of the Adulthood Stage? (3)
    • Trusting the Divine
    • Faith
    • Devotion
  80. What is the Adulthood Stage characterized by? (8)
    • Pre-occupation with meaningful and creative work experiences.
    • Issues involving and surrounding family.
    • Being "in charge."
    • Creating and sustaining a stable environment of home and work.
    • Caring for others.
    • Producing things and experiences that better society.
    • Fear of inactivity.
    • Fear of being meaningless.
  81. What are the essential characteristics of Adulthood Stage? (6)
    • Pertains to parenting.
    • Responsibilities for nurturing involve caring for children and aging parents.
    • Involves creating and nurturing people and things that will outlive the individual.
    • Successful resolution supports the individual in feeling productive and creative.
    • Success includes enjoyment of the process of creating.
    • Involves the re-evaluation of one's life.
  82. What are some facts about generativity?
    • It refers to the adult's ability to care for another person.
    • It is achieved by bearing and raising children but also by working toward occupational achievements.
    • It relates to the client's desire and ability to create and nurture institutions that will outlast his/her lifetime.
    • Failure to resolve the crisis results in a sense of stagnation - a feeling of boredom and dissatisfaction with life and perhaps even preoccupation with oneself. (e.g. "mid-life crisis" "empty nest syndrome")
  83. What is the ego development outcome of the Old Age Stage?
    Integrity vs. Despair
  84. What is the basic strength of the Old Age Stage?
    Wisdom
  85. What is the significant resolution of the Old Age Stage?
    Recognition of my value and contributions
  86. What is the significant relationship of the Old Age Stage?
    Mankind, My Kind
  87. What is the 7 Level Paradigm which supports the Old Age Stage?
    Appreciate Yourself
  88. What is the conflict of the Old Age Stage?
    Did what I do matter? Did I matter?
  89. What is the chakra associated with the Old Age Stage?
    Crown
  90. What are the life issues of the Old Age Stage? (2)
    • Failure
    • Completion
  91. What is the Old Age Stage characterized by? (5)
    • Examination of what has been produced in life
    • Acceptance of self and one's life
    • Feelings of contentment and fulfillment - or not
    • Defense of dignity and life style against economic and physical threats
    • Lack or loss of ego identification (e.g. who am I?) Results in despair

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