Edp649-001/Group Counseling



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EDP649-001/Group Counseling

Fall, 2014

Monday and Wednesday 11:30AM - 2:00 PM in 135 DH
Dr. Rory Remer

233 Dickey Hall

Office: 257-7877 Home: 271-4524

E-mail Addresses: RRemer@uky.edu

Office Hrs: M,W 2:30-3:30 and By Appointment

Objectives


The objectives of the course are to allow the student:

(a) To gain knowledge and techniques relevant to group interaction theory and practice,

(b) To participate actively as a group member in two groups situations:

(1) a supervision/resource group (required)

(2) a personal growth/interpersonal process group (optional—highly recommended if never been a member of

a long-term, on-going, interactive group or recommended if already have had such an experience

some time ago),

(c) To lead (or co-lead) a group in supervised situation, and

(d) To generalize the techniques and theory gained in such courses as EDP661 and EDP652 to the group situation.

These course objectives are formulated to address and/or incorporate the following program Foundational Competencies:







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