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                            ABSTRACT
American Psychological Association (APA) Publication Manual
Humanistic Psychology Perspective
Rationale
Spiral Model
My Life, My Choice
Limitations and Further Research
Conclusion
COLLEGE STUDENT DEVELOPMENT
Psychosocial Theories
Cognitive Theories
Typology Theories
Principles Of Humanistic Psychology
Facilitating Growth
INTRODUCTION
The Spiral Model of Personal Growth Facilitation, as shown in figure 2, describes a way to view the journey of individual development throughout the adult life span.  The spiral pattern shows that each of the eight elements are revisited time and again a
GENERAL OVERVIEW
THE SPIRAL PATTERN
THE SEASONAL CYCLE
ELEMENTS OF THE SPIRAL
In this section each element along the spiral will be described along with some suggestions and resources for facilitation.
Who Am I?
What Do I Believe?
What Is My Purpose?
What Are My Goals?
What Is My Path?
How Will I Travel?
What Did I Learn?
What Does It Mean?
SUMMARY
PROPOSED USES OF THE SPIRAL MODEL
FOR FACILITATING PERSONAL GROWTH
	Working With Individuals
	Single Event Programs
	Personal Growth Groups
	Program Series
	Session Format
	Supplies
	Session 1 – Program Introduction
	Session 2 – Who Am I?
	Check In Time:
	Activity and Sharing:
	Discussion:
	Facilitate a discussion on how participants might use the knowledge of their personality type and of the Myers Briggs theory.
	Assignment:
	Wrap Up:
	Session 3 – What Do I Believe?
	Session 4 – What Is My Purpose?
	Session 5 – What Are My Goals?
	Session 6 – What Is My Path?
	Session 7 – How Will I Travel?
	Session 8 – What Did I Learn?
	Session 9 – What Does It Mean?
	Session 10 - Closure
	APPENDIX B
	INSTRUCTIONS
Step 1.	VALUES LIST
Step 2.	CHARACTERISTICS LIST
Step 3.	SKILLS AND TALENTS LIST
Step 4.	REFLECTION
Step 5.	WRITE A STATEMENT
Step 6.	TEST IT
Step 7.	KEEP IT VISIBLE
Characteristics
Skills and Talents
	
		Values
			Characteristics
		Skills
STEP 1: Category Worksheets
STEP 2: Brainstorming
STEP 3: Prioritizing
STEP 4: Clarifying
STEP 5: Final Analysis
                        
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more easily accomplished in a small group. The room should be large enough to

set up desks or chairs and tables in a circle so everyone can see everyone else.

The general format for each session (other than the first and last week) is:

I. Check-in Time

Go around the room and have each person “check in” with the group by

answering the question for that day and perhaps rating their current

overall energy level on a scale of 1 – 10.

II. Mini-Lecture

Introduce the session topic and present information and materials.

III. Activity

Conduct the activity, exercise, or assessment for the session.

IV. Sharing Time

Each participant is given the opportunity to share their results with the

group.

V. Discussion Time

A facilitated group discussion on the session’s topic and/or whatever else

has arisen as a result.

VI. Assignment

Give out any assignment to be completed before the next session,

including any journal questions or suggestions to try.

VII. Wrap Up

Each participant shares the one best thing they got out of this session.

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