Course Description:

HUED 403/503 THEORIES AND TECHNIQUES OF GROUP COUNSELING This course is an overview of group theories and processes in the human services and counseling education profession emphasizing a variety of contexts. Students will have the opportunity to practice interventions within a small group setting. This course deals with an overview of basic elements of group process, with a focus on stages of group development. The course is a combination of didactic and experiential lecture and discussions, demonstrations of group process concerns, as well as participation in a group. Prerequisites: HUSR 233 and HUED 433/533 (undergraduate students) or HUED 513, HUED 533, and EDPS 523 (graduate students). This course cannot be taken as a Directed Study, credit for prior learning portfolio, or as a web-based course. Three Hours, Fall, Spring

Credits:

3.0

Pre-Requisites:

HUSR233LEC AND HUED433LEC

Co-Requisites: