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Counseling Individuals & Groups- Chapter Summary
This chapter is designed to help you review information about how counselors counsel individuals and groups. You will study how counseling individuals differs from counseling groups of people. Specific video lesson topics related to counseling include:
- Individual counseling
- Group counseling types
- Theories of group counseling
- Potential group counseling ethical issues
Did you know the lessons in this chapter are mobile friendly? Whether you study at home with your computer or you study in public with your tablet, you have the flexibility to study whenever or wherever you want. The lessons are also taught by experienced instructors, so you can be ensured that the information you study will contribute to your goals.
1. What is Individual Counseling? - Definition & Purpose
This lesson explores the basics of what individual counseling is from the counselor's perspective. Included is how individual counseling differs from group and family counseling as well as an explanation of the basic counseling process.
2. Group Counseling: Types, Structure & History
We all are involved in groups of some kind. In this lesson, you will learn about the purpose of counseling groups, their history, and the types of groups with which you might be working.
3. Group Counseling Theories
Group counseling theories vary according to the philosophy behind them. We will look at four of the most popular group counseling theories, and how they are alike and unalike in this lesson.
4. Issues and Ethics in Group Counseling
Imagine you are joining a therapy group. What would your concerns be? In this lesson, we will be discussing the ethics that must be followed in group counseling. Ethical guidelines protect group members and are the responsibility of the group leader.
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