Response To Intervention

When I can acknowledge my mistakes the group responds positively in the following ways: (1) the group is more willing to process what my errors generate for them; (2) members feel more able to confront me as an authority, hence exploring more aspects of their transferences; (3) members feel more bonded with one another in dealing with me, making them more willing to hear one another rather than turn to me as the authority; and (4) members feel safer acknowledging their own mistakes to the group.

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