School Psychology Department
CLINICAL PRACTICE OF GROUP THERAPY
This course is designed to provide basic understanding of groups through didactic and experimental learning. Critical facets of group functioning are studied and experienced to apply key concepts that are relevant to and alive in groups: boundaries, contract, development, cohesiveness, conflict management, and working alliances. These concepts will be examined in a variety of groups to help students to understand critical events which occur in any type of large or small group.
Cross listed as CLI GR523 and SCH GR523.
Prerequisite: CLI GR521 or SCH GR611.