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At significant points in a group process, it is helpful to Frame, or state clearly, what has happened. For example, when a temporary resolution occurs it can be framed by identifying it and naming it to the group. This type of Framing helps to bring group awareness to what has occurred. When Framing does not occur, such moments are frequently missed, and the group does not have the opportunity to enjoy and go deeper with resolutions.

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