The Step-In Circle exercise is an elegant and versatile group-building activity. Group members offer personal information to reveal commonalities safely. This article describes how to facilitate a Step-In Circle, as well as offers four modifications for use in less-than-optimal settings including an amputee support group, a group too large to form a circle, a group with a blind member, and a group unprepared for action.

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