Masters Group Therapy Course Objectives Understand Group Process

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As a result of the course, students will:

  1. Analyze the evolution of group development stages and the emergence of Yalom’s therapeutic factors (Program Outcomes 3 & 4);

  2. Appraise theoretical approaches in psychotherapy groups, and apply their respective concepts and techniques in explaining and managing group dynamics and proce(Program Outcomes 3 & 4);

  3. Integrate and utilize elements of different theories to design psychotherapy groups for specific clienteles, clinical issues, and settings (Program Outcomes 3, 4 & 6);

  4. Be able to implement effective leadership skills and intervention strategies in simulated group settings;

  5. Apply various tools to objectively assess leadership behavior, group dynamics, process, climate, and therapeutic factors (Program Outcomes 3, 4 & 6);

  6. Analyze the impact of cultural factors on the group process, dynamics, and climates; and use multicultural interventions in assisting the development and function of the group (Program Outcomes 3, 4 & 6);

  7. Apply various supervision models in the training and supervision of group leaders (Program Outcomes 1, 2 & 4);

  8. Utilizing the ACA Code of Ethics (2005) and the Association for Specialists in Group Work Best Practice Guidelines (1998), analyze ethical and professional issues involved in group situations and encountered by group leaders in practice (Program Outcomes 5, & 7);

  9. Implement best practices in the conducting of groups and training of group leaders based on both theory and research (Program Outcomes 2, 3, & 4); and

  10. Be able to articulate his or her own approach to group work and client change, and construct a personal theory of group therapy (Program Outcomes 3, 4, 6 & 8).

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