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Developing a Family Genogram Develop a family genogram with a volunteer client or classmate. After the two of you have created the genogram, ask the client the following questions and note the impact of each question. Change the wording and the sequence to fit the needs and interests of the volunteer. How would other members of your family interpre...
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Here-and-now contrast of positive and negative emotions Take a moment now to think of specific situations in which you experienced each of the positive emotions or "glad words" listed immediately above. What changes did you notice in your body and mind? Compare these with the bodily experience of negative feelings and emotions. If you smiled, your ...
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Why do some people object to questions? Take a minute to recall and explore some of your own experiences with questions in the past. Perhaps you had a teacher or a parent who used questions in a manner that resulted in your feeling uncomfortable or even attacked. Write here one of your negative experiences with questions and the feelings and though...
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Why do some people object to questions? Take a minute to recall and explore some of your own experiences with questions in the past. Perhaps you had a teacher or a parent who used questions in a manner that resulted in your feeling uncomfortable or even attacked. Write here one of your negative experiences with questions and the feelings and though...
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Have you experienced cultural trauma and microaggressions, and how has this affected your sense of trust in others, both individuals and groups? Perhaps most challenging, where might you have biases of favoritism toward others or toward your own group? Or perhaps you may discover some unconscious biases against others. How might that affect your in...