Responses To The Intervention

The response of both the client and the group to this particular intervention was perceived according to each member's own history. Some shed their own tears; others sat in silence caught up in their own memories and thoughts. I asked the client to look around the room at the faces of all the others. I asked her if she wanted some feedback. She observed their empathy and sensitivity to her pain. I asked her to first state her own feelings about what had just occurred. She described her experience as a release of long pent-up emotions, and felt grateful to the group and me for the time and validation. After she disclosed her feelings, each of the members gave her feedback. At the conclusion, we talked about grief and loss, each member relating his or her own experience: a healing for everyone.

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