Masters Group Therapy Course Objectives Understand Group Process



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The course will be available to students one week prior to the beginning of the term.  For questions pertaining to the online format, please refer to the registration bulletin.  

This course has class meetings scheduled on weekends and is web-augmented with a weekly online component found at http://www.myeclassonline.com. This online component is meant to supplement the content delivered in the face-to-face meetings and provides weekly instructional contact with the instructor of this course.  Students can expect weekly reading assignments and online discussion questions that offer opportunities to interact with fellow students and course faculty, as well as opportunities to engage with faculty and other students around activities meant to deepen and enhance the learning experience. In addition, the faculty may use the web-based learning environment to provide supplemental resources and reading material.



 

The course will be available to students one week prior to the beginning of the term.  For questions pertaining to the online format, please refer to the registration bulletin.  



 




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