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||Originally produced by Psychotherapy.net in 2012.
||1 online resource (1 video file, approximately 167 minutes)
'Group Counseling with Children: A Multicultural Approach with Sam Steen & Sheri Bauman - Part 1' is part of a series of films from Psychotherapy.net. How do you introduce the topic of cultural diversity to children, when so often it is the "elephant in the room? What are age-appropriate ways to talk about such complex concepts as discrimination and culture? Watch as group counseling experts, Drs. Sheri Bauman and Sam Steen, demonstrate the answers to these and other thought-provoking questions in this complete recording of six live, unscripted counseling sessions with a group of fifth graders. Then go behind the scenes with the co-leaders as they process each session, providing the viewer with rich insights into their thinking processes. As you get to know the leaders through their revealing conversations, you will learn what works and what mistakes to avoid, while gaining a deeper understanding of the benefits and challenges of co-leading groups. Chock-full of tips on everything from participant screening to self-disclosure to termination, this uncut video is an exceptionally valuable learning tool for professionals who want to improve their group facilitation skills, no matter the topic or population.