Endings- week 9

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  • Created on: 10-12-15 21:03
The Johari Window has 4 categories, what are they?
My public self, my blind spots, my hidden self and my unconscious self
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Who says “ By referring back to & reviewing initial purposes through collecting information on the groups development, practitioners can establish important features that have occurred & why, & to what extent aims have been achieved”?
Preston-Shoot
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Who highlights that endings can sometimes be difficult for groupworkers?
Preston-Shoot
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Who says “Sometimes at the supposed end of a session, someone would speak of a painful or upsetting incident or memory”?
Tribe & Shackman
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Who says “It is not unknown for groupworkers to fool themselves into believing that a group will not end because it is so vital to the members, this is…a very serious error”?
Ross
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Who says “Groups that do not allow themselves to end may be indicative of groups where there is unfinished business”?
Doel and Sawdon
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What often surround endings like leaving parties?
Rituals
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Who says “ By referring back to & reviewing initial purposes through collecting information on the groups development, practitioners can establish important features that have occurred & why, & to what extent aims have been achieved”?

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Preston-Shoot

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Who highlights that endings can sometimes be difficult for groupworkers?

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Who says “Sometimes at the supposed end of a session, someone would speak of a painful or upsetting incident or memory”?

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Who says “It is not unknown for groupworkers to fool themselves into believing that a group will not end because it is so vital to the members, this is…a very serious error”?

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