Group sessions provide a modality for meeting the needs of an individual in a group setting. Group members are encouraged to explore their style of relating to other members by interacting freely and honestly in a supportive environment. The group format generally involves members who come together to discuss common concerns once each week. Themes which have been the focus of group counseling have included bereavement, stress management, anger management, body image and life skills training. Please see Announcements on our homepage for more information about the groups currently available.
In addition to the abovementioned groups and workshops, Student Counseling offers a variety of groups and programs tailored to meet the needs of students on campus. Themes which have been the focus of group counseling and residential programs have included:
- managing anxiety
- depression and mood disorders
- drug and alcohol awareness
- sexual assault awareness
- recognizing social potential
- healthy relationships
- stress management
- sensitivity to diversity
Programs and workshops are available at a variety of locations including the Student Center and residence halls and will be arranged based on student interest. Please contact Student Counseling if interested in learning more about these topics.