Photo courtesy of Steve Miller
Come explore interpersonal growth with your undergraduate peers in Group Exploration (PSY 319 6986). This is a 1 credit pass/no pass experiential course. PSY 319 provides an opportunity to engage in self-exploration in a supportive group environment facilitated by graduate student counselors-in-training enrolled in the Clinical Mental Health Counseling (CMHC) master’s program. Your group will have the opportunity to explore topics such as expanding self-awareness, enhancing relationship skills, exploring your place in the world, improving stress management, implementing positive lifestyle changes, or something entirely different which your group decides on!
This course is a wonderful opportunity to cultivate supportive relationships and get experience in a group counseling environment. Group counseling sessions take place weekly on ZOOM during a variety of times. As a student, you will attend an orientation, introduction and debriefing session, attend 8 two-hour, weekly counseling sessions, and a closure meeting at the end of the term. Throughout the term, you will keep a written journal about your experiences.
This course does not have any tests or homework outside of the written journal, does not have any prerequisites to register, and offers an upper-division credit! Come spend the term exploring personal growth with your peers starting Spring term 2021! We hope to see you there!