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Publication Date: 2005
Publisher: Brooks Cole
Gerald Corey, Marianne Schneider Corey, Robert Haynes
EVOLUTION OF A GROUP TABLE OF CONTENTS Introduction with the Coreys and Robert Haynes. Pre-Group Meeting. Procedures and Special Issues. The Stages of a Group. Expectations for Each Stage. Overview of Stages and Layout of DVD and Workbook. Initial Stage. Corey Wrap-up 1. Transition Stage. Corey Wrap-up 2. DAY 2. Transition Stage Continued. Corey Wrap-up 3. Working Stage. Wrap-up 4. Review events of the day and discuss next stage. Ending Stage. Wrap-up 5. Coreys discuss how to close a Group. CHALLENGES FACING GROUP LEADERS TABLE OF CONTENTS Opening Narration. Introductory Commentary. SEGMENT ONE. CHALLENGES OF DEALING WITH DIFFICULT BEHAVIORS IN GROUP. 1. Checking in: What was it like to return to group? 2. The leaders let me down. 3. I'm not feeling safe in here. 4. I didn't want to come back to group. 5. I'm in this group against my will. 6. Emotions make me uncomfortable. 7. I'm self-conscious about my accent. 8. I want the leaders to disclose more. 9. I learn a lot by being quiet. COMMENTARY. 10. Silence serves a function. 11. I feel pressured to disclose. 12. What's wrong with helping others? 13. Can't we stop all this conflict? 14. I feel weak when I show feelings. 15. Checking out: What is each of you taking from this session? COMMENTARY at End of Segment One. SEGMENT TWO: CHALLENGES OF ADDRESSING DIVERSITY ISSUES. Narrative Intro to Segment #2. 16. What does my culture have to do with my identity? 17. I feel different from others in here. 18. Sometimes I want to exclude others. 19. I struggle with language. 20. I resent being stereotyped. 21. We are alike and we are different. 22. I express myself better in my native language. 23. I am colorblind. 24. I know little about my culture. 25. I want more answers from you leaders. COMMENTARY on DIVERSITY. FINAL CLOSING COMMENTARY.Gerald Corey is the author of 'Groups in Action: Evolution and Challenges (Student Workbook & DVD)', published 2005 under ISBN 9780534638009 and ISBN 0534638007.
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