The ACA Syllabus Clearinghouse is a joint project of ACA and The Association for Counselor Education and Supervision (ACES). We will maintain syllabi on many topics from may different learning institutions. Our database will be updated continually with new and exciting courses and will provide a valuable resource to all counselors. If you have questions or need assistance please contact the ACA librarian at 800-347-6647 ext. 281 or ACAlibrary@counseling.org
Group Process in Counseling
This is a graduate level course. This course will investigate the basic issues in group work, the process by which you conduct groups, as well as explore various perspectives and personal styles applied to group work. A combination of discussions, demonstrations, videos, experiential opportunities, and practice in co-leadership will be utilized in the classroom. Including both didactic and experiential components, this course combines academic and personal learning. The intention of the coursework is to lay a framework upon which to design and conduct groups of your own. Emphasis is on developing skills and applying theories combined with various techniques to actual group situations. Related legal and ethical issues will be discussed.