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When and how would you reintroduce material that a member of your group worked on in a previous session? What are some important considerations here? Would you remind a member of something she seemed to have left unfinished at the prior session? If she indicated that she no longer has feelings about this concern, what would you say or do?
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Suppose a member of your group comments on your looking at your watch. How would you respond? As a group leader, do you pay attention to time, and do you allow sufficient time at the end of a session for a summary and integration of what has taken place? What are some techniques that you could employ in this regard?
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Suppose that your group is almost at the end of a session and several people introduce new and potent material. What would you say or do in response? Can you think of any ways in which you might have set the members up to introduce new material at the end?
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Suppose a member of your group says that you are not sharing enough of yourself. How would you handle this remark if it were made during the working stage of a group? What factors would you take into consideration?
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What advantages, if any, do you see in asking a group member to speak in his or her primary language?
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