Children's Self-Worth: A Case Study

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In this next section the subcategories of the self that were found in children are the children’s perception of their social competence and their self worth. Birndorf et al. (2005) found in their research boys had higher self worth than girls. Wigfield & Eccles (1994) found boys self worth and perception of athletic competence rated higher than girls. Fredriksen et al. (2004) evidence found that children from high economic status had higher self worth than children from low socio economic status. Adams et al. (2013) in their study of children at school, studied the children’s self worth. They measured gender, culture, social and socioeconomic status. Aten et al. (2005) found the results were that boys rated higher self worth than girls. Burnett (1996); Eccles & Wigfield (1994) results that boys rated higher than girls in self worth and perception of athletic competence. Conley & Rudolph (2005) found girls had higher social competence than boys. Burnett, Eccles & Wigfield (1994) found girls rated higher in cognitive competence than boys (p. 70). These results prove that there …show more content…
The core state is achieved when the client experiences, their feelings that are genuine to their personal experiences. The counsellors love and support assist in this process to be possible. The client forms their sense of clarity to their emotional pain. Coen (1996) found that providing the client with a loving therapeutic relationship the client is able to accept and receive their love. Aponte & Winter (1987) found the counsellor focuses on the social part of the relationship with the client. The counsellor is aware of their personal problems and the skills they possess and how to use these to better the client. This information proves that the counsellors’ loving therapeutic relationship influences the healing process of the

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