Assessment InstructionsAssessment 2 – Written Assignment This task in compulsoryAssessment InstructionsIn Assignment 1, you have looked at the concepts in Module 1 and applied them to an issue that has an….
Write an assessment/personal reflection of group session 5 stress management termination/resilience/grounding
Write an assessment/personal reflection of group session 5 stress management termination/resilience/grounding. Each of the below prompts should be considered as headings for this paper. Please respond thoroughly and thoughtfully to each of the below prompts and the various questions embedded in the prompt. This must include:
o Personal power and limitations: What did you learn about your personal power and limitations as a group leader in terms of (1) taking risks or not, and (2) influencing the flow and dynamics of the group or not?
o Personal and professional reactions: How did you react professionally and personally to various group member’s attitudes and behaviors while you were a leader?
o Style of facilitation and techniques: What styles of facilitation or techniques that you attempted do you believe were most successful, and which were least successful? Why?
o Insights and feelings as facilitator: As a leader during the group session and the group process, describe your insights, feelings and lessons learned in working together.
o Likes and dislikes as leader: What did you like the most, and the least, in participating as a leader in this group? What insights, implications and considerations did you learn as a group leader that you will be more sensitive to and aware of when you have the opportunity to be a group leader in the real world?
o What you would do differently: why and how. If you could do it over again, what are two or more things you would do differently as a leader? Why? Identify how using cognitive, emotional, and/or behavioral strategies could be used to increase the likelihood that you would actually follow-through and do these two or more things differently as a group leader if you did it over again?Please describe how and why any cultural/familial/racial/ethnic/religious/-spiritual influences impact what you might do differently.
o Most meaningful and insightful: Overall, what were the most significant meanings and insights that your experience as a group leader had on you:Personally: what issues or dynamics came up for you while being group leader such as self-confidence or anxiety, being cautious or willing to risk, degree of comfort in being active or passive, and other aspects of your personality? What, if anything, were you pleasantly or not so pleasantly surprised at that happened with you personally while being a leader? Professionally: what insights, implications and considerations really stand out for you that you learned or were enhanced as a group leader that you will be more sensitive to as a group leader in your social work career? And how, if at all, has this experience overall increased, decreased or had very mixed impact on your interest or confidence to pursue future opportunities to lead groups during your social work career?