About This Course

Foundations of Group Work is a graduate-level course designed to introduce you to the many professional and practical issues involved with designing and facilitating ethical and effective counseling, psychoeducational, and process groups. The basic intra and inter-personal dynamics, theoretical components, leadership qualities, styles and skills, developmental aspects, and ethical issues of designing and facilitating counseling groups will be discussed. 

Sample textbook: The theory and practice of group psychotherapy, Yalom, I. (2005). 

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