Module 3 of 7 on working with Adolescents Using Action Techniques. Students can purchase individual modules or the entire course of 7 modules, with a bundle discount.
One of the main goals of an adolescent group is to support participants develop the personal and interpersonal skills needed for successful adult living. This module provides practical ways to employ psychodramatic techniques to support the development of a well-functioning adolescent group, as well as work with some of the challenges that may arise along the way.
Participants will be able to:
-To explain the difference between group development and group process;
-To list and define the various stages of group development
-To describe at least 3 psychodramatic activities that can be used to support meeting the challenges of each stage of group development.
-To direct transition Stage activities in a group setting
-To direct working stage activities in a group setting
-To direct termination stage activities in a group setting
-Utilizing action techniques at various stages of group development
-Parallels between individual and group development
· Video lectures - 27 min
· Video Demonstration - 113 min
· Handouts - 72 min
· Practicum - 90 min
Breaks - 58 min
Each 50 min of content requires a 10 min break that will be included in your total certified hours
Hours for Certificate
· 6:00 Hours Total