Facilitating Groups (PSYC 365)

This course addresses the fundamental concepts and theoretical framework for group work and provides guidelines for such practice. The course examines how group leaders can effectively lead, and through that leadership provide opportunities for interpersonal support, team building, and confrontation. Students become acquainted with group theory, research, and the conventional concepts pertaining to group process, dynamics, and leadership. Students also gain hands-on skills as group leaders via in-class demonstrations and role-playing. This course is useful to those who would like to know how to manage a group effectively, and anyone who aspires to be a great leader. Prerequisite: PSYC100 - General Psychology or PSYC120 - Human Growth and Development.

PSYC365 is a 3 credit course.