This innovative, visual, interactive package consists of a worktext, a 105-minute videocassette, and an interactive CD-ROM with Web link capacity. Packaged together for each student, these carefully integrated elements offer an exceptional "how to" experience for learning the skills needed to facilitate group counseling. The authors focus on counseling skills with five actual groups led by trained practitioners: a women's group, an adolescent boys' group, a graduate student group, a middle school anger management group, and a co-counseled adult group. Highly interactive and reflective, actual group counseling sessions appear on the video and CD-ROM to help students visualize the needed skills in group counseling and to learn to identify the skills the counselor uses. Based on the popular and extensively class-tested model the authors developed for their first integrated multimedia teaching and learning package (BASIC COUNSELING RESPONSES), Haney and Liebsohn structure this group counseling learning system around 15 counselor responses or skills and the counselor's associated intents and focuses. This unique model, including both groups and sub-groups, is supported with excellent, spontaneous, real life group session footage from each of the five groups. The authors' easy-to-learn approach to essential group counseling skills addresses the new group counselor's fears by providing first-hand visual examples, a clear and useful structure or system for learning skills, and many opportunities for hands-on learning.