This service provides an opportunity for self-focused exploration of feeling, attitudes, and behaviors in a collaborative process between you and your counselor to address the issues that are concerning you. Our goal is to provide an open, supportive, and confidential environment to facilitate your exploration of your personal and interpersonal life.
Groups offer the experience of interacting meaningfully with others in a supportive environment. They may be arranged around a common issue or topic and vary from semester to semester.
Counseling Services offers a variety of self-help books and tapes that may be used in the office or checked out for extended use.
Small Group Workshops
Various workshops are offered throughout the year for the campus community. Staff members are available to work with students and campus community to plan and present programs of interest. Past programs have included but have not been limited to:
- Stress management
- Relaxation techniques
- Alcohol/drug use and abuse
- Eating disorders and concerns
- Sleep hygiene
Eating disorders Support Program
If you are struggling with eating or body image issues and are interested in a support group of others with similar struggles, please contact Teresa Corbin at 229-5391 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Alcohol and Drug Support Group
This group is be focused on helping you gain better control of your use of alcohol or drugs and/or help you remain sober and maintain your goals. This group will help you investigate why you use alcohol and other drugs, investigate other alternatives and offer support as you work to reduce or abstain from use. This group is open to students weekly during the academic year. Please call the Health and Counseling Center for further information (229-5392) or contact Gena Chiasson at 229-5391 or email@example.com
Sexual Assault Support Group
If you have been through a sexual assault and are interested in attending a support group please contact Tara Tent at 229-5392 or firstname.lastname@example.org