EDUC 5623 Q2

Group Counselling: Theory and Practice

This course provides a conceptual and experiential introduction to group work theory, models, skills, strategies, and techniques. It affords opportunity for the acquisition and application of self-awareness, knowledge, and competencies related to group counselling and leadership. Students explore group development, process, and dynamics; therapeutic factors; facilitator and member roles; ethical and legal considerations; and cultural and other diversity considerations.  Prerequisite(s): EDUC 5033 and EDUC 5133

Instructor: Dr. Tanya Surette

Dates: Six (6) Saturdays: Jan 9, 23; Feb 6, 27; Mar 6, 20

Times:  9:00 - 4:00

Notes: PT Counselling students