1) Identify three course concepts and explain how they relate to the Cascade exercise? The Cascade experiential exercise required a group of people to come together in a fictional circumstance and decide what types of items are instrumental to their survival. The first concept that relates to the Cascade exercise is groupthink. Groupthink is a phenomenon where group pressure to conform to a group’s consensus overrides the group’s ability to critically appraise unpopular or alternative courses of action. If most of your group members believe a piece of equipment is not useful and you on the other hand believe it is vital to your survival groupthink might take over.
After the each group member shared the leaders summarized to identify key things that were expressed. (Jacobs Ed, Schimmel Christine J, 2013) During this activity one group member walked us through his whole experience from hearing about the death to where he felt he was at now. During the sharing he was observed as still feeling angry and hurt. He also expressed some amount of depression as he said that he was sharing about it for the first time. He said he now felt better after sharing but still needed closure.
Step four was accepting that you hurt people. This two-chapter conflict with each other and group members was having a hard time understanding what is required of them. All members of the groups were on different levels of acceptance with who they are as a person and the process expectations. Although members on different levels and stages of steps, they all had the same commitment goal. They all accept who they are because prior to members speaking the have to state their names and admit their problems.
According to the Tiffany L. Clark and Darcie Davis-Gage (2010), the purpose of the sharing phase is for group member explored themselves and to bring closure to them. Moreno et al. (2013) state the sharing phase offer opportunity to members to share their experiences in life and express their feeling and thought. For instance, members may share about how their feelings when they confront with parents. This always bring members release emotional because they get insight into their own difficulties through the open sharing.
Some examples of open ended questions I would ask during an interview with a client would be: Tell me how this incident took place, or tell me what happened leading up to the incident that took place. This question was designed to give the client in opportunity to open up about the incident and feel comfortable with putting in his/or her own words. Another example is to Ask the questions you feel are most important to the case such as “Is there anything else that might be relevant you could tell me?” This question is designed to allow the client to tell you that information that may have been forgotten or held back or maybe even missed earlier in the interview kind of a jolt to their memory. By asking the client this question you are making them think a little harder about the incident and may remember something they forgot to mention or maybe wasn’t comfortable mentioning earlier in the interview but after getting a little more comfortable with the process is less reluctant to give more
Through an intensive interview process, we work with the client on a mission of self-discovery. The goal is to identify the residing trauma and any anger management issues that are included. We also strive to address the client's overall wellness, meaning their soul and spirit. Once the core issues are identified, we begin the process of developing a customized and personalized treatment program that includes therapy and problem-solving. The end goal is to leave our clients with the coping skills they will need to maintain a healthy recovery, void of any relapses.
A leader should use the model to assess follower effectiveness, and develop individuals into a more effective follower. How well the followers follow is just as important to organizational success as how well the leaders lead. Researchers widely recognize the followership is an emerging concept. The role of follower was not being considered a fundamentally appreciated position, or a role with a specialized set of skills, motivations, the power to enhance organizational potential until recently. Robert E. Kelley model of
Secrecy is fundamental to effective counseling. Proficient therapists will typically clarify their arrangement on confidentiality, they might, then again, be needed by law to reveal data in the event that they accept that there is a danger to life. counseling is not about giving advice, being judgmental, endeavoring to deal with the issues of the client,
These factors all go hand in hand due to them having to do with interpersonal interaction. Conflict did arise during one of our sessions and I believe everyone fell into their familial roles, with mediators, appeasers and ones that stay out of the conversation (Yalom & Leszcz, 2005, p. 31). As the conflict arose, I looked towards the group leaders to see how they would handle the conflict between the members as well as observed the reaction of the remainder of the group to see how they were choosing to deal with the situation. This to me was a learning experience to see how others dealt with conflict resolution and to apply it to my own future experiences. Not only did the conflict provide an opportunity for imitation of behavior for the future and development of social techniques, it also highlighted each member’s own internal framework.