University of Texas of the Permian Basin Counseling, College of Education coun 6378. 501 Group Process in Counseling psyc 6312. 501 Group Psychotherapy Tuesdays ● 7: 05pm–9: 45pm Spring 2017



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DATE

READING

TOPIC

ASSIGNMENT

Jan 17

CH 1

Introduction, Therapeutic Factors




Jan 24

CH 2

Interpersonal, Social Microcosm




Jan 31

CH 3

Group Cohesiveness




Feb 7

CH 4

Client’s Perspective




Feb 14

CH 5

Culture Building




Feb 21

CH 6

Working in the Here-and-Now




Feb 28

CH 7

Transference and Transparency




March 7

CH 8

Client Selection




March 14

NO CLASS

SPRING BREAK




March 21

CH 9

Group Composition and Behavior




March 28

CH 10

Group Preparation




April 4

CH 11

Beginning Interactions

Group Proposal

April 11

CH 12

The Advanced Group




April 18

CH 13

Problem Group Members




April 25

CH 14

Specialized Formats & Aids




May 2

CH 15

Specialized Therapy Groups




*Students will sign-up for a day to share their experiential exercise.

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Focus

The main idea and purpose of the research paper is evident. All parts of the paper are clearly related to the main idea. The topic sentences and statements are used effectively.

This main idea and purpose is clear and appropriate to the assignment.

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The paper has no clear main idea or purpose. Something other than assigned task was completed.

Abstract

The abstract includes research variables, conditions, questions, and implications. The limitations of the results are stated clearly and within the word limit.

The abstract includes all essential information but may not be concise or there may be some missing.

The abstract is missing essential information or is over the work limit.

The abstract has some incorrect information or does not accurately portray the information. There or more important elements are missing.

Organization

There is a clear organization to the paper. There are smooth transitions. There is evidence of superior understanding of the topic. The sequence of ideas supports topic development.

Organization is effective. Ideas are grouped into paragraphs. Transitions are found. Evidence and reasoning support the claim. The assignment is complete.

Organization is less adequate, making the paper difficult to follow. Support for claims is inadequate or superficial, or significant portions of content are inaccurate, reasoning, or topics underdeveloped.

Organization of the paper is confusing. Transitions are very weak. The assignment is incomplete or the paper shows little or no attempt to support its claim.

Use of Sources

Studies are described in a way that they can be related to other studies. The relevant theoretical and methodological issues can be understood. It is clear that each general statement is a result of a previous study or a general conclusion. Limitations of prior research are presented.

Studies are generally described in enough details so that their relation to other studies and to the relevant theoretical issues can be understood. It is usually clear each general statement is a result of specific study or a general conclusion (Some statements may need clarification).

Some of the literature seems to be inappropriate or not well-lined to the topic. Literature may not be reviewed in enough detail for the reader to be sure of its relation to other studies or to the relevant theoretical methodological issues or it may be one-sided, omitting contrasting viewpoints.

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APA Style

The title page, in-text citations, paper format, and reference page are in APA style with no mistakes. All headers, tables and figures, margins, captions, etc. are in APA style.

Information is included in the appropriately sections. The style is generally correct and includes correct spelling, fonts, and margins. Page breaks are appropriate and sections are in order. May have minor mistakes in referencing.

For the most part, the information is included in the appropriate titles sections. Consistent APA style(s) errors, spacing, or statistical copy.

More consistent style errors, or many inconsistent style errors. Information is consistently included in the wrong sections (materials, described procedures, discussion, etc.)

Editing

The paper is nearly free of errors of word choice, punctuation, spelling, grammar, and formatting.

Errors of spelling, grammar, punctuation, word choice, and/or formatting may be present but are not intrusive.

Errors of spelling, grammar, punctuation, or word choice are frequent, noticeable, and/or intrusive.

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