Guidelines For Intervention

Although this intervention requires an intuitive sense by the therapist of when it will be most beneficial, the technique is quite simple. The therapist asks a client, who has, in some way, been expressing doubt about his or her right to be included as a member of this group, to stop talking for a few minutes and sit quietly. The therapist directs him or her to "check out" what other group members think by silently looking around the room. All are requested to remain silent. The doubtful member looks from one person to the next, making eye contact. Without direct coaching by the therapist, the other members of the group gaze back with acceptance and reassurance. The doubtful member experiences the needed support of the group without the potential contamination that the addition of words might bring.

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