Please provide a one paragraph answer for each questions, using a reference.
1.While conducting a group for adults struggling with addiction, one of the participants has come to the last three groups late. Explain how you might deal with this client’s tardiness.
2. Under what circumstances might it be beneficial to design a group in which both children and their parents would participate? What special issues might arise in such a group, and how would you manage them?
3. Now that you have read about therapeutic techniques and procedures, choose two techniques that you would be most likely to use and explain why. Choose one that you are least likely to use and explain why.
4. At some point in your career, you may be asked to design and implement a group for involuntary clients, such as domestic violence perpetrators, drunk drivers, substance users, abusive parents, or prison inmates. What are your thoughts and feelings about working with mandated group participants? Describe fully. How would you approach counseling differently with them than with voluntary participants?
5, When developing and implementing an adult support group, the following important guidelines should be considered: how the group is organized, how the format of each group session is structured, and what the short-and long-term outcomes of the group are. Consider the following three adult support groups: an HIV/AIDS support group, grief group for elderly, and a domestic violence support group. What similarities do you see, and how do these similarities suggest guidelines for developing these groups