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Adults who are maltreatment victims may show an inability to relate assertively with others. Adult and adolescent perpetrators of child maltreatment are often unable to relate with adults intimately and prefer the social company of children. Other adults may need to constandy control, or be controlled by, other people. Some aging victims become quite withdrawn. However, psychosocial limitation may also manifest in the inability of a person to be alone or with others, or in the inability to recognize one's own social needs.
DSM-IV diagnoses are used in many clinical, research, and educational settings; are often used to communicate case information with clients and other Advanced Genemiist Assessment professionals; and are often essential in the process of receiving third-party payments for social work services. A working knowledge of the DSM-IV is thus essential to the advanced social work practitioner. When possible, DSM-IV diagnoses should be included as a part of the larger ecological assessment. The DSM-IV uses a system of categorization that is based upon state-of-the-art theory, clinical observation, research, and professional dialogue, but should not be given more importance than the assessment of client strengths and relevant environmental factors.
35 "Intuition can be understood as the mind turning in on itself and apprehending the result of processes that have taken place outside awareness" (p. 137). 52 From the ecological perspective, intuition is a way of knowing that is not in dualistic opposition to rational thought but often works in concert with reasoning. Thus, intuition can contribute to reason, and reason can help prepare for intuition. The vital importance of intuition in higher functioning has been long recognized, for example, by senior business managers: "The higher you go in a company, the more important it is that you combine intuition and rationality, act while thinking, and see problems as interrelated" (p.