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Also, consider having participants debrief using the following questions:
- What was most helpful about this exercise?
- What was most challenging?
- What can we apply in our lives or to our problem?
- How would you rate the value of this exercise to helping us with this issue?
- Will this exercise be helpful in the future for other sessions?
- What did you learn?
- What will we be able to use from this exercise?
- What ideas were generated, and which ones were most interesting?
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