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Group Counseling

Group Counseling is highly effective for many student concerns. In group counseling, therapists facilitate discussion and interactions among individuals who are often struggling with similar concerns. Through this process, individuals can hear other's perspectives, feel connection through shared experience, and practice new ways of interacting and coping. Counseling Services offers different group counseling opportunities each semester. A pre-group interview is required with the group facilitator prior to joining a group. This helps to determine whether a group is likely to meet an individual student's needs and whether that student will fit well with a particular group's current composition. The groups being offered this semester are listed below.

Fearless 

  • Thursdays 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM (January 30-April 24)
  • BSC 211 
  • Facilitator: Veronica Umbrell

Do you  lack a sense of self-worth or self-love?  Please know you are not alone. 
While navigating the college years it’s not uncommon for students to question their identity. Please join me on a journey of confidence building.  This journey will review how low self-esteem develops and how this process can be undone. Topics of focus will include acceptance, compassion, judgment, self-talk, body image, insecurity, attitude and self-respect. You have the fearless courage it takes to improve your self-esteem!  All are welcome, join us!

Contact Counseling Services at 361-1405 for your pre-group screening.

The Mindful Way

  • Wednesdays at 11:00 AM 
  • Length: 8 sessions
  • Facilitator: Dr. Evie Gerber

The Mindful Way is an 8-week group focused on developing awareness, enhancing focus, living in the moment, being non-judgmental, and experiencing a sense of inner calm in your daily life. The group includes instruction in mindfulness practices (e.g., meditations and self-observation of thoughts). No previous experience with meditation neccessary. 

Contact Counseling Services at 361-1405 for your pre-group meeting with Dr. Evie Gerber. 

Seniors in Transition

  • Beginning March 13, 2014
  • Thursdays 5:00 PM - 6:30 PM
  • Facilitator: Jason Yoder

This supportive environment will explore a variety of topics and issues associated with graduation including: managing relationships within a new and different context, coping with new or uncertain plans, managing the job search process, and dealing with financial stressors, etc. 

Contact Counseling Services at 361-1405 for more information. 

Mental Health Support Group

  • with Dr. Kelly Holder
  • Wednesdays 5:00 PM - 6:30 PM
  • BSC 216

Contact Counseling Services at 361-1405 for more information. 

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