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'''Psychological boundaries''' are protective mental enclosures constructed through [[social norms]], [[etiquette]], [[professional rules]] and explicit [[social bargaining]] which sustain the integrity of [[individuals]], [[dyads]] and [[groups]]. Where boundaries are breached the stability of relationships and identities are threatened and a great deal of psychological work may be needed to restablish equilibrium.
 
'''Psychological boundaries''' are protective mental enclosures constructed through [[social norms]], [[etiquette]], [[professional rules]] and explicit [[social bargaining]] which sustain the integrity of [[individuals]], [[dyads]] and [[groups]]. Where boundaries are breached the stability of relationships and identities are threatened and a great deal of psychological work may be needed to restablish equilibrium.
   
   
==See also==
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== See also==
 
*[[Group dynamics]]
 
*[[Group dynamics]]
 
*[[Intergroup dynamics]]
 
*[[Intergroup dynamics]]
 
*[[Interpersonal interaction]]
 
*[[Interpersonal interaction]]
 
*[[Personal boundaries]]
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*[[Personal space]]
 
*[[Personality processes]]
 
*[[Personality processes]]
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*[[Professional client sexual relations]]
*[[Personal space]]
 
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*[[Relational transgressions]]
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*[[Self-concealment]]
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*[[Self disclosure]]
 
*[[Standard of maintaining personal boundaries]]
 
*[[Standard of maintaining personal boundaries]]
 
*[[Territorality]]
 
*[[Territorality]]
   
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==External links==
 
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*[http://blogs.psychcentral.com/therapist-within/2010/07/setting-boundaries-how-mending-your-defences-can-keep-your-relationships-healthy/ Setting Boundaries: How Mending Your (De)fences Can Keep Your Relationships Healthy]
 
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[[Category:Group process]]
 
[[Category:Group process]]
 
[[Category:Interpersonnal interaction]]
 
[[Category:Interpersonnal interaction]]

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Psychological boundaries are protective mental enclosures constructed through social norms, etiquette, professional rules and explicit social bargaining which sustain the integrity of individuals, dyads and groups. Where boundaries are breached the stability of relationships and identities are threatened and a great deal of psychological work may be needed to restablish equilibrium.


See also

External links