Conclusion

This intervention depends on the leader's ability to work with a number of experiences simultaneously. Inclusion in this real way of so-called disturbers, promotes and teaches ideas of deep democracy (Cohen, 2004), which have implications beyond the classroom and therapy group. Such learning has a great potential for a ripple effect on those who are close to students and clients in the group and to those who are close to those who are affected by the ripple outside the group. The role of the teacher/group leader is central as facilitator and role model.

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American Psychiatric Association. (2000). Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders DSM-IV-TR (Text Revision). Washington, DC: American Psychiatric Publishing.

Cohen, A. (2002, April). The secret of effective psychotherapy: Metaskills. The Private Practitioner Bulletin of the Canadian Counselling Association, 1(4), pp. 3-4.

Cohen, A. (2004). A process-directed approach to learning process directed counseling skills. Canadian Journal of Counseling, 38(3), 152-164.

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