The last step is to debrief and "de-role group" members, in which they are helped to leave the role of family members behind and return to their own sense of self through mutual sharing before leaving the session. The therapist guides them to share both from the role they have taken and then as themselves (Holmes, 1998). The therapist also helps the client reflect upon what happened in the past, recognize what exists in the present and set goals for the future (Kellermann, 1992).

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