What is group therapy & why should I join?
Group counseling provides students an opportunity to receive multiple perspectives, support, encouragement and feedback from peers in a confidential environment, and are led by University Counseling Center therapists. Research has shown that groups are very effective for many mental health challenges, increasing self-awareness, and skill building. Group counseling can be a safe and supportive place to experiment with new ideas and ways of being.
Here are the two groups we are offering this semester:
This group will help you build and maintain important relationships in your life, including family, friends, and romantic partners.
Learn interpersonal skills to effectively manage conflict, improve communication, and establish healthy boundaries
Anxiety & Depression Group:
This group will help participants focus on better understanding symptoms related to anxiety and depression and building skills to cope effectively.
Learn helpful skills, strategies and tips for increasing emotional wellness and reducing emotional distress.
For more information on how to join a group this spring, please email Amanda Groves (firstname.lastname@example.org)