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Group Counselling Skills (CNSK 1408)

This course is designed to offer students a wide spectrum of both theoretical and experiential approaches to group work, focusing especially on core facilitation skills. Students will examine group dynamics and evolution, interpersonal relationships (e.g. conflicts, alliances and other structures), leadership styles, curriculum development, and the role of health and healing practices. Particular attention will be given to developing effective facilitation strategies through achieving greater self-awareness. Students will also learn about the emerging models of group work which focus on collaboration, community-building and creativity.




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