Impact therapy applied to groups

Allowing the warm-up phase to last too long

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5. Allowing the warm-up phase to last too long
6. Running out of time and not adequately closing the session
7. Not having a dynamic opening to the first session—having too long or irrelevant introductions or starting with ground rules
8. Not establishing a positive, working tone for the group
9. Allowing the group to be boring, superficial, or irrelevant; not deepening the focus
10. Allowing the group to focus too long on one person
11. Not being willing to cut off members. Let one or two members dominate.

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