- Zebedee Geautreaux (vocals)
- Jason McManus (drums/vocals)
- Blake Evans (bass)
- Sammy Mitchell (guitar)
- Ryan Ainsworth (guitar)
- Drew Housley (guitar) (ex 2004-2005)
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... described below, then every person present stands up in front of the group for a 3-minute "check in" turn, though there is no requirement to speak at all. ... Each group member takes it in turn to talk for five minutes "on stage", again with no requirement to speak, cued to finish in 30 seconds when the facilitator raises his or her ... Other group members forming the audience provide unconditional support and positive acceptance, both by remaining still and by paying full attention during the speaker's ...
... structure and is known to live in male-female pairs, one-male groups, and multi-male/multi-female groups ... Group sizes range from two to nine individuals, while the home ranges are estimated to range from 34 to 47 ha (0.13 to 0.18 sq mi), varying in size by location ... Group movement is usually led by females, and groups usually travel 700 m (2,300 ft) per day, and may climb 500 m (1,600 ft) along vertical slopes ...
... way or another to two stabilizing forces The Group Contract and Bridging techniques ... the individual and the integrity of the group are given primary importance ... The Group Contract The group contract provides an objective, unchanging structure that all group members can observe in relation to all other group ...
Famous quotes containing the words members and/or group:
“Safe in their Alabaster Chambers
Untouched by Morning
And untouched by Noon
Sleep the meek members of the Resurrection”
—Emily Dickinson (18301886)
“If the Russians have gone too far in subjecting the child and his peer group to conformity to a single set of values imposed by the adult society, perhaps we have reached the point of diminishing returns in allowing excessive autonomy and in failing to utilize the constructive potential of the peer group in developing social responsibility and consideration for others.”
—Urie Bronfenbrenner (b. 1917)