COUN 584: Group Counseling: Theory and Practice
This course is designed to familiarize counselors with the use of group counseling methods for the facilitation of personal growth, the treatment of social and emotional disorders and the socioemotional education and enrichment of the individual. Students examine the historical and cultural context for group methods. Emphasis is placed on group membership, group process, relevant social, psychological and educational theories in group behavior, treatment and strategies. 3 hours lecture.
Prerequisites: COUN 552, COUN 577, COUN 588 and Matriculation in Graduate Counseling program, minimum grade of "B" or better in COUN 588