A Member Working on Her Issues Uses Vague and Confusing
A member working on her issues uses vague and confusing language to explain her concerns.The leader tells the other members to try to figure out what's wrong to give the working member time to stop and think.
Because one member does not seem to realize how his voice and body language come across to others,the leader asks for another member to volunteer to act as the working member so he can "see himself."
In therapy groups,the leader is responsible for each of the following EXCEPT
A) scolding late members
B) directing the focus.
C) watching the clock.
D) providing the right atmosphere.
Screening potential members can be helpful in
A) getting the right mix of members.
B) including members at different stages of the problem.
C) eliminating members that are too emotionally unbalanced.
D) all of the available choices