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In any therapy session, I have adhered to a "4S" principle: short, sharp, shock, and support. Short represents the duration of intervention; sharp stands for sharp assessment and treatment focus; shock is the effect experienced by clients; and last, group members should receive mutual support before the end of the session. Normally, the key client is shocked when faced with the risk created by gambling or extramarital affairs; he or she is then further shocked by having to face the reality, i.e., a broken family, pressuring the client to change his or her undesirable behavior. Other group members, who have encountered similar problems, often express positive feedback because they have gained insight through observing the intervention as if seeing themselves in a "mirror" (Moreno, 1993).

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