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Person centered practice in the helping prevention requires those working in the profession to be flexible in their approach. Interventions can range from advice, information giving, problem solving, providing emotional support, advocacy, mediation, counselling, family support, family therapy and group work. This course will prepare students to use group work as an intervention. This course will focus on a presentation of the theoretical constructs for understanding group work as well as an exploration of methodology and interventions. The relationship between group process and group task activities will be examined in both theory and in applied personal practice.