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Short Form of EXP Scale

The Experiencing Scale: A Research and Training Manual Volume 1,  (p.64)
by M. H. Klein, P. L. Mathieu, E. T. Gendlin and D. J. Kiesler (1969)
Wisconsin Psychiatric Institute

Stage Content Treatment
1 External events; refusal to participate. Impersonal, detached.
2 External events; behavioral or intellectual self-description. Interested, personal, self-participation.
3 Personal reactions to external events; limited self-descriptions; behavioral descriptions of feelings. Reactive, emotionally involved.
4 Descriptions of feelings and personal experiences. Self-descriptive; associative.
5 Problems or propositions about feelings and personal experiences. Exploratory, elaborative, hypothetical.
6 Synthesis of readily accessible feelings and experiences to resolve personally significant issues. Feelings vividly expressed, integrative, conclusive or affirmative.
7 Full, easy presentation of experiencing; all elements confidently integrated. Expansive, illuminating, confident, buoyant.

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