Assume you are leading a high school counseling group in which several students disclose they are gay and have not discussed this with their parents for fear of reprisals. An angry father who gave written permission for his son’s participation comes to your office and demands to know what is going on in your group. He is convinced that his son’s participation in the group is an invasion of family privacy. As a group leader, how would you deal with the father’s anger?
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