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Self-disclosure in therapy
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This flowchart helps professionals determine if using self-disclosure as a therapeutic technique is appropriate.

               
Is the purpose of self-disclosure to meet my client's needs?
YES
Will self-disclosure at this point distract from the work we're doing?
NO
Can I remain professional while disclosing?
YES
Does my client want to engage in self-disclosure?
YES
Is my client ready for self-disclosure?

NO



YES

NO

NO


YES

NO
Don't disclose at this point.
 
Don't disclose at this point.
Have I disclosed a lot already with this client?
Don't disclose at this point.





NO

YES

NO

NO

NO
 
 
Is this self-disclosure potentially so beneficial that I need to disclose once again with this client?
YES
Do I have a plan for how I will return focus immediately to the client after self-disclosing?
YES
Have I considered my history with this client and the appropriateness of this particular disclosure?









YES
 
 
 
Don't disclose at this point.
YES
Do I feel that I should ask my supervisor for feedback about using self-disclosure at this point?









NO
 
 
 
 
Self-disclosure might be appropriate for this situation.