Online Group Therapy: Delivery, Research, Ethics and Design
5 clock hours of instruction
Online and self-paced
During this course you will learn about the basics of how to conduct group therapy online. Methods of online group delivery are discussed. A brief overview of research is offered and ethical considerations are summarized. Group parameters including design, assessment, facilitation and group dynamics are reviewed.
- How group therapy exists online
- History, research and ethics
- Program design, assessment and facilitation
- Comprehension, misunderstandings and group dynamics
- Conflict management
Participants will be able to define group therapy online.
Participants will be able to determine ethical considerations and problems.
Participants will be able to understand group dynamics and conflict management.
This course is online and self-paced. Five modules include reading material encompassing the topics and learning objectives referenced above. Following each module, the student will be asked to write a couple of paragraphs regarding how the information learned informs how online group therapy may be facilitated.
Your course facilitator, DeeAnna Nagel is the co-founder of Online Therapy Institute. Following each lesson, DeeAnna will respond with feedback.
Once the course is completed, a 5- Clock Hour/CPD Certificate will be awarded.
Following receipt of payment, the registrant will receive an email within 2 business days (often sooner). During COVID-19 the full 2 day window may be used.