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25. After collecting referral data fromteachers, an elementary schoolcounselor concludes that it will benecessary to implement several smallcounseling groups focused on socialskills. When selecting the members foreach group, the counselor could bestpromote group effectiveness by: A. assembling groups of studentswhose members share similarbackgrounds and values.B.creating groups whose membersare already friends.C.establishing groups in which atleast one member is a positiverole model for other students.D.forming groups that have fewerthan five members.26. In response to a large caseload, aschool counselor decides to implementsmall-group counseling as an efficientway to meet students' needs. Which ofthe following steps would be best forthe counselor to take first whenimplementing such counseling?27. When meeting with the schoolcounselor, a student reveals that sheoften feels faint and has been losing asignificant amount of hair. During thesession, the counselor observes that thestudent makes several negativecomments about herself and herappearance and that she is wearingclothes that are noticeably too large.The student's disclosures and behaviorsare most likely indicative of which ofthe following problems? 28. A teacher at an elementary schooldies suddenly during the school yearand the school counselor is notified.The counselor's initialaction in thissituation should be to:
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29. A school counselor meets with astudent who has shown signs ofdepression, including social withdrawaland loss of interest in previouslyenjoyed activities. At one point duringthe meeting, 30. the student discloseshaving recurring thoughts aboutsuicide. Which of the following wouldbe the counselor's best response in thissituation? A.pointing out to the student thatsuicide is an irreversible actB.arranging to conduct a series ofindividual counseling sessions,beginning the following dayC.informing the student that thecounselor must contact thestudent's family immediatelyD.asking the student questions toevaluate the degree of risk
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