Client Engagement and Group Facilitation - XHLT 2109

In this course, students will gain a theoretical foundation in understanding client engagement and group facilitation that will allow them to develop skills for dealing with various situations that may create stress and have the potential to become a crisis state. Students will learn to conduct interviews in a structured fashion and to address, intervene, and provide referrals for those experiencing crisis. Our target students are those with an interest in mental health and wellness, those working in the fields of mental health and wellness, those working closely with people in vulnerable contexts, and those looking to enter careers in the justice field.

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