In this course, students will study the principles underlying group interaction in social situations as well as in professional leadership and supervisory group situations. The students learn the major theoretical approaches to group counseling and also participates in group counseling sessions on issues presented in a classroom setting. Group Dynamics is designed to provide prospective counselors with an academic and personal understanding of the principles of leadership, membership, and development in groups, including an awareness of how one’s psychological and social styles affect personal and professional behavior in group settings.
Credit Hours: Lecture – 3, Lab – 0, Credits – 3