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Facilitators and their Roles > Appropriate Interventions

Appropriate Interventions

The word intervention, Carr says, is derived from a Latin word meaning to “interfere with the affairs of others.” This is a good description of the kinds of actions facilitators are charged with taking. The facilitator, Carr notes, “performs an intervention whenever he or she decides to shift from that of a passive observer to that of an active participant or change agent.”

Most frequently, interventions are focused on process, not on individuals or content. Carr maintains that there are four different types of interventions:


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