SOME CONCERNS ABOUT GROUP EXPERIENCES
AbstractThe current interest in psychological and educational groups has created some dilemmas that could possibly be avoided if more attention were given to ethical responsibility both by group leaders and group members. This statement may appear to be advocating a simple solution to some of the confusion, misunderstanding, and polarization of opinions regarding T-groups, encounter groups, sensitivity groups, and such, but, nevertheless, it seems that closer scrutiny of some of the basic motivations and needs of persons leading and participating in psychological and educational groups is past due. In many fields of art, sensory and emotional stimulation appears to he sufficient reason for the creation of a work of art, but should this be the raison d'être for a group experience?
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