The leader begins a group meeting by doing the “names activity.” At the completion of the
activity, the leader explains that the activity is useful for all of the following reasons, except:
A. To help individuals see how unique they are and how they “personalize” themselves
through unique variations of their name.
B. To help groups members stay connected to one another while remaining their own
C. To help members see how connected they are to their parents by understanding how their
names came about.
D. To provide at least one explanation for one of the things members would like to achieve