COUN 818: Advanced Group Counseling
This course provides doctoral students with advanced theoretical information and experiential practice regarding group counseling and process. Students examine a variety of theoretical approaches applied to group counseling. The experiential component gives students an opportunity to apply the process of advanced facilitation, the analysis of the dynamics of groups, the facilitator's role through participation and process illumination, and the requisite skills needed for teaching group process courses in master's programs. 3 hours, 1.5 hours lecture and 1.5 hours lab.
Prerequisites: COUN 810 and Doctoral Standing in Counselor Education Program (CNED).