An introduction to the use of group work as an interventive strategy. Generalist methodology acknowledges a fluid transactional zone and appreciates strategies which maintain, promote, and remediate group functioning. Exploration of group theory and group skills are achieved through both didactic and experiential methods. Process observation reveals leadership and membership, decision making, conflict resolution, power, norms, attractiveness, and creativity. Prerequisite: SWK 24103.
Offered Spring for 2 Semester hours.