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A Strength in leadership : Exposing our own human frailty

Thea Keane

Many group leaders would concur that there is almost a ‘sacred’ magic that weaves throughout a group when stories of pain and shame are shared, when barriers are temporarily lowered and group members revel, if only for a short time, in a space that comes close to a ‘spiritual’ feeling of deep human connection and unconditional acceptance.


This discussion was recorded at 'The 2009 Institute of Group Leaders Conference' (Moments of change in group work) in Sydney, Australia.
For more information visit
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Thea Keane

Thea Keane is currently the Area Manager, Relationship Services Interrelate Family Centre Lismore. Within her working life she has had many opportunities to transfer her therapeutic skills over a number of areas of clinical work.  As an accredited Senior Counsellor and Group Facilitator, Thea has many years of counselling families and facilitated numerous relationship education groups and seminars.
 

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