The knowledge that they hide from the public eye.

A Model for Understanding the Psyche

 
In the analysis of the psyche, we must consider all the factors of a person's reality which affects their psyche. If we are to define the conditions of the psych, then we must appropriately give consideration to the existence of the condition.

How do we measure the existence of a condition of the psyche?
A condition of the psyche could be classified as an emotion, emotional reaction, a mood, or a state of consciousness. A condition of the psyche is present for the duration of the time that the habitual thought pattern arises. Our thinking and resulting behavior mostly exists as habits that we form. Our thought processes tend to arise in patterns. If we are currently experiencing a negative thought pattern, then we can switch into a better habit of thinking. If another habit of thinking is something new to us, then we can form a new habit. The first step to forming a new habit is to make a conscious decision to do so. The more we activate a circuit of thought patterns, the more easily accessible the circuit becomes. This means that the more we activate a better circuit of thought patterns, the easier it will become for us to engage in one. Our ability to change our habitual thought patterns proves that a state of consciousness can be transformed.
 
When we are to analyze the current mental condition of a person, we must accept the truth of the nature of it's impermanence. We might make an observation that a person is sad, but a deeper analysis would lead us to examine the cause of the person's sadness. We may ask ourselves "What is it that is triggering this person's depression?" and recognize it as a habitual thought pattern that is the result of negative sensory stimulus from that person's experience. It is important to be conscious of the fact that a person's current thoughts which lead to their emotions that affect their mood are based on what they are currently paying attention to. A delusional state of consciousness that is persistent is hereditary in only a fraction of the people that experience the symptoms of what is currently being categorized as a mental disorder
 
From the first textbook on psychiatry:
"Observations and Inquiries into the Diseases of the Mind" by Benjamin Rush (1812).
 
What does the mind have access to?

Our minds have access to observations made through our five senses: sight, hearing, touch, smell, and taste.

Access of the mind to truths of the existence of entities that cannot be observed in the physical realm is considered to be mysticism.


Mysticism - beliefs characterized by self-delusion.

Mysticism can be found everywhere from an individual that believes they're a shaman that can predict the future to the establishment of entire industries, professions, and subjects of study. We should be able to recognize mysticism when we see it and separate it from what we believe can possibly be accessed by the human mind.

Understanding the Unique Experience of Individuals

Each person has their own opinions based on what they like or based on their biases.
For example: John can like going on roller coasters and view roller coasters as a good thing, while Bob can have a completely different idea of roller coasters and view them as a simulation for a car accident.

An opinion is a personal interpretation of an observation that was made using any of our five senses.

Consider the following teaching from my Scroll of Wisdom:

7. "Every person is unique and has a unique understanding of the world and interpretation of it."
Oftentimes, we may try to understand others based on our own experience; however, we cannot understand others unless we understand the uniqueness of every individual's experience. If we wish to understand others better, we can become aware of the fact that each person has had their own life experience which has led to their own understandings about the world. It is also important to note that we are all capable of various interpretations of the same things.

 

Understanding the Psyche by Understanding Intentions

Thoughts lead to intentions lead to speech leads to actions. This is knowledge in eastern psychology.

If we make an effort to evaluate the intentions that lead to a person's speech or actions, then we will gain a better understanding of a psyche. We can become observant of our own intentions that lead to our own speech and actions if we want to practice conscious awareness and mindfulness. The ability to identify the intentions that lead to a person's speech or actions will aid us in the course of developing a better understanding of the psyche.

For example: Brittany might eat a candy bar. Her intentions are to enjoy it. Based on her decision of eating the candy bar, we can infer her intentions. If Brittany's intentions were for personal health, then she would have not eaten the candy bar.

The consideration of the intentions of an individual can help us understand their values and preferences better; however, we must always consider the possible changes in behavior people may experience around different people, in different places, and at different times.

 

The Existence of Mental Illnesses

The idea for the current model for all psychiatric diagnoses is borrowed from astrology and attempts to fit people into categories of behavior. The model for the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders from 1952 has not been updated since. What is currently being identified as mental disorders cannot be observed by any of the scientific instruments that we currently have.

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The natural ability to heal ourselves

The innate ability of the mind to heal itself is proven in science with the placebo effect.

Methods for Self-Healing 

  • Distressful thoughts and feelings can be remedied by shifting our attention towards other things that may bring us joyfulness such as feeling rewarded for achieving a goal, or by the removal of the root causes to our mental suffering.
  • There are other possible methods of achieving mental healing that require more consistent mental efforts and practice such as the practice of making beneficial changes to our personal behavior by first making a conscious decision to start paying attention and begin to observe our own thoughts, intentions, speech, and actions, in that specific order. With the awareness gained through our observations of ourselves, we become more mindful and can consciously adjust our thoughts, intentions, speech, and actions to our liking.

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Re-evaluating Current Knowledge in Science Using the Scientific Method

 

My name on StarCraft is Bacon.

 
England's Sir Francis Bacon (1561–1626) came up with the scientific method.

Scientists need to re-evaluate their current pool of knowledge in the field of science as there is much knowledge that has been accepted into science that was not obtained using the scientific method. This knowledge includes knowledge that has contradicting evidence that is being overlooked such as hidden knowledge on the theory of evolution, as well as inconsistencies that exist in nature such as polystrate fossils which dispute the validity of the radiometric dating of rocks as the results cannot be scientifically understood in a repeatedly verifiable manner.
 
In science you’re supposed to try and prove your hypothesis wrong, not cover up contradicting evidence in what you call a theory that’s still only a hypothesis.
A one-time or even a multiple-time observation that ceases to be observable is distinguishable from consistent observation which proves the existence of a natural occurrence in the physical world.
 
There are many examples in science of knowledge that is not consistently observed across the board in the physical world and is based on a hypothesis. In modern science, we have examples of what we currently consider to be scientific theories that are actually mere hypotheses as they cannot be tested as according to the 3rd step of the scientific method that comes after the construction of a hypothesis. These examples include the Theory of Evolution as well as the Big Bang Theory which both are actually considered to be hypotheses according to the scientific method.
 
If we are to be true scientists, then we are to distinguish what we consider to be scientific knowledge from questionable knowledge which is up for consideration. Questionable knowledge that must be distinguished from what is currently being considered to be scientific knowledge includes story-based knowledge such as historical knowledge of the timeline of planet earth, speculation-based knowledge such as the estimations of number values, and pseudo-scientific knowledge such as knowledge of statistical data.
 
Acquiring the ability to make the distinction between scientific knowledge and questionable knowledge which is up for consideration will heighten our self-awareness and improve our understanding of the truth of our reality. If we are to counter indoctrination, which is the acceptance of knowledge without giving it serious consideration, then we are to put the classifications of knowledge into practice by applying the methods for measuring the existence of knowledge as they are defined in my Model for The Measurement of Existence in the Theory of Acceptance of Knowledge.

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The Measurement of Existence in the Theory of Acceptance of Knowledge

The truth of the existence of what we believe to exist is to be considered and thus evaluated for the truth of it's existence. For example, a psychiatrist can diagnose a person with bipolar disorder, but if we look at the evidence that exists in neurology, the study of the biology of the brain, it shows us that according to neurology there is no such thing as bipolar disorder.

We acquire the knowledge of the existence of things by making an observation of it's existence. If we didn't directly observe what we are to believe to exist, then we can attempt to identify if what we believe to exist can or cannot be observed by asking that question to ourselves. If we cannot observe it's existence to be true for ourselves, then we can believe in it's existence based on if it can or cannot be observed by others.

The Measurement of Existence in the Theory of Acceptance of Knowledge is therefore the idea of making an effort to examine the truth of the existence of what we are to believe to exist.

What does the mind have access to?

Our minds have access to observations made through our five senses: sight, hearing, touch, smell, and taste.

We are therefore to accept the truths of our observations. The acceptance of all other knowledge that is not made through our own observations is based on belief which we accept by trust.

Access of the mind to truths of the existence of entities that cannot be observed in the physical realm is considered to be mysticism.


Mysticism - beliefs characterized by self-delusion.

Mysticism can be found everywhere from an individual that believes they're a shaman that can predict the future to the establishment of entire industries, professions, and subjects of study. We should be able to recognize mysticism when we see it and separate it from what we believe can possibly be accessed by the human mind.

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The following knowledge of the measurement of existence is defined as according to the classifications of knowledge in my model for the Theory of Acceptance of Knowledge that are shown below:

The Classifications of Knowledge

Indisputable Knowledge: 

(Easily-Accepted) 

  • Observation-based Knowledge: Knowledge that was observed or can be observed.
    • Scientific Knowledge: Knowledge that was drawn from experiments whose results can be replicated as according to the scientific method. The same exact results for the same experiment are observed, and therefore we can verify a natural occurrence that exists.
  • Deduction-based Knowledge: Knowledge that was drawn by the deduction of any other possibilities.
 
Questionable Knowledge: 
(Up for consideration)
  • Story-based Knowledge: Knowledge in the form of story-telling that we believe based on the authenticity of the evidence that supports it and the implications it has on how it supports the knowledge or based on the sources that provide us the information that we are to believe.
  • Speculation-based Knowledge: Knowledge that is based on speculation such as the estimations of number values.
  • Pseudo-scientific Knowledge: Knowledge that was drawn using methods other than the scientific method.
    • Statistical Knowledge: Knowledge based on statistical data which is vulnerable to fraud, miscounts, the variability of all the factors that go into how the study was conducted, as well as data manipulation techniques such as stopping the intake of data once a certain percentage has been reached.    
 

"If you measure truth by it's existence, then you will know the truth."

The Measurement of Existence

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The Theory of Acceptance of Knowledge

The following understandings of the measurement of existence of the different types of knowledge that exist in relation to what we are to accept as knowledge are analyzed:

[Indisputable Knowledge]

 

The Measurement of Existence

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Observation-based Knowledge

A one-time or even multiple-time observation that ceases to be observable is distinguishable from consistent observation which proves the existence of a natural occurrence in the physical world. We must be careful of conclusions drawn based on observation-based knowledge.

For example: A cat that you see every day at the same spot for 3 weeks in a row does not necessarily mean that the cat will be there the next day.

Therefore, you cannot accurately predict future observations based on past observations when the factor for the prediction is inconsistent in it's existence such as all living beings. Living beings that are mobile can also inconsistently differentiate from their regular routine.

*There are cases when what was observable knowledge for yourself cannot be replicated and is therefore story-based knowledge for the recipients.

The Measurement of Existence

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Deduction-based Knowledge

When we know that there are no other possibilities, we can conclude that the only possibility is what exists as indisputable knowledge. 

Methods for deducting other possibilities in order to derive the only possibility left vary from scenario to scenario that we are to consider in our evaluation of all the possible cases of what can be true. We can deduct a possibility based on a factor that would make it impossible or wrong

In the process of determining the deduction of all the possibilities when it comes to story-based knowledge, speculation-based knowledge, or pseudo-scientific knowledge, we can label the factors of the possibilities as "highly unlikely" or "somewhat unlikely" as an example of making evaluations of knowledge that we know to be disputable as it cannot be directly observed. In cases when we are to rely on the likeliness of the factors involved in the possible outcomes, we should come to understand the truth of the existence of the multiple possibilities. In cases when we are forced to reach a judgment,  a decision will be formed based on a well-informed basis for making the judgment. The factors that we are to consider in the evaluations for all the possibilities and the deduction thereof are to be made by observations. Knowledge that was not obtained by observation deserves an examination of it's own. Observation-based knowledge and deduction-based knowledge are to be separated from any story-based knowledge, speculation-based knowledge, or pseudo-scientific knowledge which we are to consider with the label of likeliness.


[Questionable Knowledge]

 

The Measurement of Existence

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Story-based Knowledge

Story-based knowledge is based on belief and an educated mind would accept story-based knowledge based on:

  • The authenticity of the evidence that supports the information that we receive.
  • The implications the evidence has on how it supports the information that we receive. 
  • The sources that inform us of what we are to believe.

Story -based knowledge can include the historical knowledge of the timeline of planet earth, ancient and modern history, facts that we believe were observed by others, stories of personal accounts, as well as any other information that is received in the form of story-telling.


The Measurement of Existence

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Speculation-based Knowledge

Speculation-based knowledge appears as knowledge that we are being asked to accept when the basis for forming the speculation may not have a strong backing of evidence. There can be many cases when we can be misled by speculation-based knowledge such as the estimation of number values when it is not being acknowledged as a speculation or an estimation. 

An examination into the true value of speculation-based knowledge raises questions. For example, if we were asked to give a number value for the date of an ancient archaeological artifact, but we have no method for an exact date measurement and only have enough knowledge to form an educated guess at best, then we would most likely use an estimation for the dating of the archaeological item to represent it's age, whether the estimate is accurate or not.

The most important questions to ask when examining for the true existence of speculation-based knowledge is:

  • What method did you use to make the estimation? 
  • What evidence did you use as a basis to form the speculation?

We can raise our awareness to recognize speculation-based knowledge which can be useful in the examination of the truth of things. We can also give speculation-based knowledge, such as the estimation of number values, serious consideration by seeking to understand the method that was used to draw the estimation and the evidence that was used to form the speculation.

The Measurement of Existence

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Pseudo-scientific Knowledge

Pseudo-scientific knowledge can guide or mislead us into believing in the existence of a trend or a phenomenon that may or may not really exist. There are some notable uses for pseudo-scientific knowledge, such as making estimations of populations to keep track of stats such as population growth and migration as well as determining a chance percentage for a risk factor such as the survival percentage of mountain bikers which can help us make the decision of if we want to partake in this extreme sport. The most important factors that go into the consideration of the results of a pseudo-scientific study are in how the study was conducted. After careful consideration is made on how the study was conducted, we are to gain an understanding of the vulnerabilities to errors that the factors could have possibly had during the course of the experiment. The vast majority of pseudo-science today is based on statistical data whose results cannot be replicated. It is a common practice to use a measurement of a fraction of the population to represent the statistics of an entire population. The problem with statistical knowledge is just like you can come up with a study to measure the percentage of wins on lottery machines, your results will never be accurate because you will never be able to measure all the other machines.

Statistical data is vulnerable to fraud, miscounts, the variability of all the factors that go into how the study was conducted, as well as data manipulation techniques such as stopping the intake of data as soon as a certain percentage has been reached.

For these reasons, we must always be careful of conclusions drawn from statistical data and we must always consider all the factors that went into how the study was conducted in our examination of the true value of pseudo-scientific knowledge.

Are opinions considered the truth?

An opinion is not the truth. An opinion is an interpretation of the truth of observations. This is the sound of the song is the truth. The opinion on how someone likes the way it sounds does not exist outside of their perception. Therefore, truth is to be measured by it's existence.
 
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Future generations of humans need to be like "I'm sorry dad, but you're not accepting the truth of the existence of the multiple possibilities of the truth as according to Nir Hazon's Model for the Measurement of Existence in the Theory of Acceptance of Knowledge."
 
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You should introduce Nir Hazon's Model for The Measurement of Existence  in the Theory of Acceptance of Knowledge in mandatory curriculum for schools.🏫
 
This model is to be applied to all teachings universally.
Knowledge of knowledge.
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Epistemology Does Not Consider What We Are to Accept as Knowledge

Epistemology is the study of knowledge founded by Ancient Greek philosophers. Unlike my Theory of Acceptance of Knowledge which identifies and defines the classifications of knowledge that is relevant to the modern day. In epistemology, they give consideration to opinions which I do not classify as knowledge in my model. An opinion is not considered as having knowledge of something, but it is rather a mere thought or interpretation that we construct based on our understanding of the knowledge at hand and it exists in our perception alone. In epistemology, they give consideration to cognitive success as a factor in the study of knowledge. In my model of the classifications of knowledge, cognitive failure would be viewed as having bad skills like not having your math down. My model is to be applied to all teachings of knowledge on a universal scope by the identification of the types of knowledge that exist and by knowing which types of knowledge require giving serious consideration to in order to counter indoctrination, which is the acceptance of knowledge without giving it serious consideration.

All other knowledge of epistemology, which is the study of knowledge by the Ancient Greeks, has unnecessary considerations such as the factor of luck on knowledge and knowledge of knowing a person, all of which do not give consideration to what we are to accept as knowledge which I outline perfectly in my Model for the Classifications of Knowledge in the Theory of Acceptance of Knowledge.
 
On the Bayesian Theory of Rational Acceptance in Epistemology
 
People don't understand just how irrelevant Ancient Greek philosophy is to this day, well, epistemology at least, is far outdated, with new types of knowledge in modern day that we are being asked to accept such as scientific and pseudo-scientific knowledge. The Bayesian Theory of Rational Acceptance is absolute garbage and places a number value on the quantity of confidence towards accepting the value of a belief as true or false. 
 
"a degree of confidence greater than 0.5 is not necessary to warrant rational acceptance." -Bayesian Theory of Rational Acceptance
 
Such a measurement is based on fiction. The Bayesian Theory of Rational Acceptance doesn't identify the classifications of knowledge that I have identified in my Theory of Acceptance of Knowledge.
 
In the Bayesian Theory of Rational Acceptance, the view of acceptance that is proposed is that of deciding between competing aims of the truth, where in my Theory of Acceptance of Knowledge I go in depth on the types of knowledge that we are being asked to accept as well as separate them by what is to be easily-accepted and what is up for consideration.
 
From the Bayesian Theory of Rational Acceptance by Mark Kaplan (1981):
"The integrity of this sketch ultimately depends upon the viability of its picture of rational investigators as agents who adjudicate between the competing aims of truth and comprehensiveness when deciding what to accept."
 
This view of acceptance is a view whose goal is to decide between competing beliefs of the truth, judging what is to be accepted based on factors such as the consequences one might face for what they choose to accept as the truth.

We can see this is true in the Bayesian Theory of Rational Acceptance:
"On the view of acceptance being adopted here, the historian is faced with a straightforward choice: either (i) defend the conjunction of the propositions in her book and, hence, the proposition that everything she defends in it is true; or (ii) defend the denial of the conjunction and, hence, the proposition that not everything she defends in the book is true; or (iii) do neither (i) nor (ii). (Given the consistency constraint rightly imposed by (2), the historian cannot on pain of irrationality choose both (i) and (ii).) If she chooses to take the first option, she will achieve a great deal of comprehensiveness at the cost of incurring a high risk of defending something false. Option (ii) offers very little comprehensiveness but also very little risk of falsehood. Option (iii) offers no comprehensiveness and no risk of falsehood. If X is well-disposed towards the second rational course described above - if she feels that large trade-offs of the desire for truth in favor of the desire for comprehensiveness are worthwhile - she may be entirely rational to choose the first option and reject the others. That is, she may be rational to reject (i.e., accept the denial of) the claim that not everything she accepts is true"
 
This theory does not consider the truth of the knowledge itself that we are to accept is true, but instead aims at measuring a decision between different choices of the truth based on the consequences of the acceptance thereof.

The Bayesian Theory of Rational Acceptance by Mark Kaplan is a work of fiction and it measures what we are to accept by propositions, which are judgements or opinions. I cannot believe that they still teach this in college classrooms to this day.
 
In my Theory of Acceptance of Knowledge, which is what seems to be the first of it's kind, I identified the types of knowledge that exist in today's world as Indisputable Knowledge, which includes Observation-based Knowledge and Deduction-based Knowledge, and Questionable Knowledge, which includes Story-based Knowledge, Speculation-based Knowledge, and Pseudo-scientific Knowledge. This Model for the Classifications of Knowledge in the Theory of Acceptance of Knowledge identifies the different types of knowledge that exist in modern times as well as separates what is to be easily-accepted from what is up for consideration.
 
There is no math formula to the consideration of the truth of knowledge if we base the truth on it's existence.
 
Although I learned much from the useful and applicable knowledge of the Ancient Greek philosophers, I must say I have surpassed them with my Model for the Classifications of Knowledge in the Theory of Acceptance of Knowledge.
 
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The Analysis of Mathematical Formulas in the Physical World

In the analysis of mathematical formulas for anything to do with the physical world, the only thing we would need to know are what the variables are that together interact to affect the results. We must consider how all the factors interact together to affect the results. Are there any patterns that we can spot with the interchangeable values of the variables? With enough experimentation of the different values for the variables in the formula, could we find any patterns of the properties that exist in the physical world that are together used to attain a result in the physical world?

As a simple example with only one variable that we can interact with in the physical world, if we consider the formula to calculate the energy needed to raise the temperature of a known mass a of substance:


Q = m × c × ΔT

Q is the energy transferred in joules, m is the mass of the substances in kg, c is the specific heat capacity in J/kg degrees C, and ΔT is the temperature change in degrees C in the specific heat formula.

This specific formula only has one variable that we can interact with: the variable for the mass of a substance.

If we were to test all the different values in the variable for the mass of a substance in this formula, we would learn that objects with a greater mass heat up slower than objects with a smaller mass. We could also add a note to our understanding of the physical world by paying attention to the physical properties of the many types of substances that exist such as the specific heat capacity for a known substance.

In any study where we are to make a precise determination, we are to consider how all the factors affect the results

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A Model for a Well-Informed Analysis of a Client in Clinical Therapy


 

 

Thoughts lead to intentions leads to speech leads to actions
That’s knowledge in eastern psychology.

The analysis of a client for a clinical therapist must implement the inference of the root causes to a person’s mental suffering in cases where the client is incapable of determining it for themselves. The root cause that induced the mental suffering is to be documented in the client’s record
 
In the first textbook on psychiatry, which defined the practice of mental health, it was declared that madness that was induced by the cruel and unjust treatment of guardians or caretakers are to be met with in the records of medicine.
 

"Observations and Inquiries of the Diseases of the Mind" by Benjamin Rush (1812).
 
The knowledge of different cultures, religions, and family backgrounds is to be applied to the understanding of how all those factors can affect the client.
 
The role of the therapist in clinical practice is to assist the client using methods such as:
  • Determining the root causes that induced the client's mental suffering:
    • If the root cause is removable: Determine a reasonable and reachable solution for the removal of the root cause that induced the client's suffering from the client’s attention or routine life.
    • If the root cause is persistent: Apply the knowledge of coping strategies to determine personal coping methods for the client.
  • Drafting written goals and methods that the client can use to achieve those goals in their personal lives.
  • Therapeutic speech which includes positive comments, appreciation, praise for achievements, the encouragement of positive thoughts, intentions, speech, and actions, as well as other methods to uplift, alleviate, and reassure the client of a benevolent perception of life.

 

The Analysis of the Root Cause that Induced a Person's Mental Suffering

In the analysis of the root cause that induced a person's mental suffering, an understanding of the person's background including their culture, religion, subculture, family background, and all other factors that can affect the person's mental suffering must be reached to gain a perspective into where that person is coming from. We are all capable of unique understandings of the world as well as unique interpretations of the same things.
 
An inspection into the root cause of the mental suffering is therefore to take place as was the initial intention of the practice of mental health in the first textbook on psychiatry in 1812.


Perform an inspection into the root cause of the mental suffering like the first psychiatrists did by asking them questions relevant to understanding the causes that induced the mental suffering. The root cause is to be documented with in the client's record. It should then be determined if the root cause can be removed or if it is an issue that is persistent. 
 
 The removal of the root cause
If the root cause of the client's mental suffering is removable, then determine a reasonable and reachable solution for the removal of the root cause that induced the client's suffering from the client's attention or routine life
 
Coping strategies
A coping strategy can be anything from squeezing a stress ball to deep breathing or even partaking in some of your favorite activities such as yoga or watching movies.
 
Since coping strategies are used when the root cause that induced the client's mental suffering cannot be removed, the main goal of coping strategies are to remove the attention away from the root cause of the client's mental suffering that has been documented in the record of the client.

Steps for written goals that are to be achieved to improve the client's personal life are to be drafted. Personal coping methods are to be devised using knowledge of the client and drafted in writing.

What to consider during an evaluation for personal coping methods for the client:
  • What does the client like to do as a hobby or possible activity that will serve as a distraction of their attention away from the issue that is causing them their mental suffering?
  • What would help the client make it through achieving certain goals that they currently don't achieve due to disfavor?
  • A reward based system for achieving personal goals.
Your next-generation western psychology textbook writer: Nir Hazon.
 
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As well as the reintroduction of guidelines set forth in the first psychiatric textbook from 1812.
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