This is a course in understanding the theories, practice, psychodynamics, stages and ethics of group counseling. Education will include both general group practices as well as the specific topics of domestic violence groups, anger management, adolescent group therapy, trauma groups, bereavement groups, and other common topics using group therapy. Students will also evaluate personal attributes that could help or hinder group facilitation, as well as the impact of clients’ culture, gender, socioeconomic status, family background etc. in the group process. Students will demonstrate a competence in the practice of group counseling with a variety of group topics and people groups. Students will also specifically review issues related to Domestic Violence Perpetrator Groups as well as strategies for using the group format for delivering drug and alcohol counseling. 3 Units
Department: Graduate Behavioral Sciences
NOTE: Listed below are all syllabi related to CO 618 including Blended, Campus, and Online instances. Please be sure to download the syllabi that corresponds to the section, Trimester and language for which you are registered.
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