Facilitating Questions

An Excellent Head-Straightener
Date: 
1971-72

A member of the Women's Group published two lists of questions as well as an introductory statement for these questions. The questions emerged from the author's involvement with the Women's Group and human groups. The author explains that the questions "constitute a facilitating tool which draws on the fields of group dynamics...and clinical psychology." She encourages members of the group to take their time answering the questions and to work in pairs.
Examples of questions include:
What skills do I bring to the group?
Is there any member who is causing problems for me, or who I feel is making problems in the group?
How can I be a better group member?

Location of Document in Archives: 
RG 5/99 Series 9, Box 8, Folder 21