1. In the vignette involving Mulani, the African American therapist, and her white supervisor, Helen, how could the PAST Model be used to help them effectively restart their conversation?
- 2. In the vignette involving Jaipaul, Richard, and Monique, if you were in a position to coach them through their contentious and failed conversation, using the PAST Model as your guide, where would you start? Whom would you start with and why?
- 3. Why do you think it is common during heated racial encounters for each of us to resort to our subjugated positions?
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