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    communities are a big help to families. Script for Lesson Plan One Facilitator: Explain what violence is. Facilitator: Violence causes pain and hurt towards a person. Violent acts can harm women, children and in the family. Facilitator: Violence is when someone purposely tries to harm another human being physically and mentally. Facilitator: You will prepare for presentation. Facilitator: Gather materials. Facilitator: You will need a Big Screen. Facilitator: You will need a Screen Projector. Facilitator: You will need PowerPoint Office. Facilitator: You will need a computer. Facilitator: Use the PowerPoint for guidance to talk to your students. Facilitator: This is a short activity to prepare the students for the film. Facilitator: This is a brief introduction for lesson one. Facilitator: Cut on the Big Screen. Facilitator: Cut on Screen Projector. Facilitator: Cut on Computer. Facilitator: Open PowerPoint office. Facilitator: Click on Side View Facilitator: Click and Read Slide One Facilitator: Facilitator says this picture shows violence being done Facilitator: Explain violence is wrong and it is not good to harm others Facilitator: Click Next Slide Facilitator: Group activity assignment Facilitator: You will need paper and pencils for group Facilitator: Explain Activity. Draw a picture or symbol that describes you best. Facilitator: Pass out paper Facilitator: Give 2-3 mins to draw picture. Facilitator: Explain to group, exchange the picture with a…

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    The group continued but when the individual returned, the facilitator took a break from the topic the group was discussing to address why the person left. The individual did not want to talk about it but did when the facilitator pressed. The individual became triggered by the actions of another individual in the group and opted to take space. This led the facilitator to discuss how individuals are responsible for their own actions and that the manner in which one reacts cannot be blamed on…

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    member uncomfortable due to the manner in which they responded or lack thereof. The facilitator appeared to be trauma informed and how information was presented seemed to keep the group members safety in mind when talking. The facilitator offered understanding statements and assisted the individuals in processing emotional data. The facilitator did not force individuals who were not ready to participate and did so without being dismissive. In understanding the effects of trauma on an…

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    CIAITION). The psychoeducational group therapy begins with session one; rapport building and trust. In the session group members will establish ground rules, review expectations, program overview and ice breaker. The objective is this first session is to get the group members aquatinted. They will learn the importance of coping skills for anxiety in children and adolescents. Create an atmosphere of trust between group members and with the facilitators. They will outline what anxiety looks like…

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    The group was planned out both before the group took place, the leaders/facilitators came together and decided what topics would be discussed. There was planning also done throughout the meeting, the group decided on and planned out important decisions for future events and planned when the next meeting will take place. The planning is also an ongoing process for the group; the group must continue to plan out the topic points for future meetings and the plans for future events. Direct/Indirect…

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    Yet, I ultimately learned that I was not just a facilitator, I was also part of the group, I trusted my peers and the feeling seemed reciprocal so there was nothing to fear. Essentially, I now feel ready to incorporate theory and feedback from my seminar group into three main areas of group facilitation: addressing silent members, summarizing main themes throughout the discussion, and exploring similarities between the members of a group to enhance universality and cohesiveness. Overall, I…

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    stage was to identify goals and the purpose of the group, select members, and to meet with co-facilitator…

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    Leadership. During our fifth meeting, Danielle was the designated facilitator. She began the session with a “diversity activity”, where she asked each of us to share a personal fact about ourselves. When each of us began sharing, I observed each member becoming fully engaged in the activity when disclosing personal interests, describing their families, or even sharing their favorite food. I believe this was not only effective, yet also necessary. Considering Rita and Hamida had previously…

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    Parent Group Paper

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    At CDR, the group is called Parent Group. This meeting was held in the morning from 9:30 AM until 11:30 AM, on April 20, 2016. There were about four to five parents present within the group who chose to stay and discuss topics within the group and connect with others. Purpose of the group or meeting Parents who attend this Parent Group are able connect with different parents/adults whose children are attending Developmental Playgroup. This is a time in which parents can have a light breakfast,…

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    Group Observation

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    was asked to come up and get a packet of information and a random picture of a plant or animal. Once everyone received their picture, they were told to find and sit at the table that matched their picture. This was done to even out the distribution of the teachers, who tend to stick to their own center co-workers. This process also assured that there was diversity and a mix of cultures at each table. Each table was then given a group leader from the staff of center directors, family advocates,…

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