The sportsmanship group program utilizes the person

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The sportsmanship group program utilizes the person-centered theory which uses skills such as empathy, being present and respecting the values of clients making it culturally sensitive (Corey, 2017). Following the ASCA Ethical Standards (2016), I would respect the students' cultures, make sure that I am culturally competent and sensitive to diversity, and use culturally inclusive language. Issues of conflict, bias, prejudice, oppression, and discrimination make group members uncomfortable and break the group rule of keeping the group a safe place. If the issue is minor I would at first try to ignore it, then either use blocking or redirecting to get away from the issue. As issues become more serious I would go down the appropriate chain of line of asking the student to sit outside the room for a few minutes, having the student go back to class, or class school administrator. To establish a positive, caring, and safe learning group environment I would use the skills of supporting, empathizing, facilitating and self-disclosure.
4) Student discusses the importance of carefully considering issues related to ethics, legal, professional, and cultural significance in the group process from making group opportunities available and member selection to group termination.
The professional counselor should incorporate a focus on advocacy into group learning to tackle these obstacles (Singh et al., 2012). Component #4: Program Evaluation 1) Student creates a pre-post measure for session #1 that includes only one multiple choice item for each session objective for a total of two items (one for the school counseling content and one for the core academic content).
Which of the following is NOT an effective teamwork skill?
Math What will happen to the probability of a soccer team winning a game if their goalie is pulled partway through the game?

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