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CNSL 5354. Group Procedures for Counselors. 3 Credit Hours (Lecture: 3 Hours, Lab: 0 Hours).

This course is an introduction to group therapy and group procedures with an emphasis on developing group counseling skills to work with children, adolescents, adults, and special populations. The course covers various types of groups, an understanding of group dynamics and development, and related ethical and legal concerns. Students will participate in supervised group counseling experiences. Using relevant literature, multimedia resources, and a scholar-practitioner model, students develop an understanding of culturally and contextually relevant group practice, group leaders’ roles and responsibilities, the relevance and purpose of group work, and strategies for group utilization to foster social change. Students also participate in a group experience in their class. In addition, leadership styles, techniques, and roles are explored. Prerequisite: CNSL 5350 and CNSL 5353.

Counseling

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...3 CNSL 5351 Career Counseling 3 CNSL 5353 Counseling Theories and Applications 3 CNSL 5354...

Department of Counseling

http://catalog.tarleton.edu/grad/education/counseling/

...3 CNSL 5351 Career Counseling 3 CNSL 5353 Counseling Theories and Applications 3 CNSL 5354...