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Course Overview

This course is for graduate school counseling majors and offers an introduction to basic group counseling theory and practice, with particular emphasis on counseling children and adolescents K-12 within the context of culturally diverse school settings. This course is largely experiential in nature as students will be exposed to a variety of group counseling approaches that may be utilized in a school setting as well as the opportunity to design a psychoeducational group counseling curriculum which will be directly applied in practicum/internship field placements. Students will also participate in a 10-week group process experience.

Credits: 4
Distribution: Graduate, Masters
COU 712, COU 721, COU 730, and COU 732

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Admissions Requirements

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