Group Facilitation and Group Therapy

School of Professional Psychology and Health MCPC 5632 3.00

This course provides the basic theories and practice necessary to design and facilitate psychoeducational groups, special-topic groups, peer support groups, and other groups currently delivered in community mental health settings. In addition students will learn, theories, practice, and techniques, including principles of group dynamics, group process components, group developmental stage theories, therapeutic factors of group work, and group leadership styles and approaches. Pertinent research and literature on group counseling methods will be presented, and students will practice multiple methods of evaluation of group effectiveness. CMH student

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