Groups and Events
Fall 2018 events
Monday, September 11th from 1-4pm in the Bonnie Quad
Come for a wellness check-up at the beginning of the academic year. Get some feedback on ways to manage stress to support your academic and social potential this year. Our counselors will help you create a wellness plan that meets your unique needs and interests. The first 100 students to complete a screening with receive free wellness products!
Understanding Self and Others
This therapy group will help you set goals around your personal and relationship struggles. Through the support and input of a small group of 6-8 peers and two trained therapists, group members will work on ways to better their relationship with themselves and others in their lives. Most areas of personal distress or struggle would be appropriate concerns to address in this group.
The How of Happiness
Join us as we read through and learn to practice scientific based strategies to increase a happiness tailored to you as an individual. We will discuss such topics as gratitude, kindness, physical well-being as well as learning to avoid overthinking and social comparisons. Books will be provided so space may be limited.
Keeping Up with Yesterday
This group is for students who struggle with procrastination and time management. You will learn various skills and techniques to help you begin to manage your time, assignments, and life, as well learning about helpful mobile apps and other resources.
A structured, 3 week group or workshop for students with mild to moderate depression. This educational and discussion group will look at and challenge the consistent thoughts and behaviors that get us stuck in a depressive mood.
Sexual Assault Survivors Group
This group is open to past or recent survivors of sexual assault. (Space is limited)
This group is for students who want a safe place to talk about alcohol & drug use in college. Students who have concerns or questions about their own substance use patterns or are thinking about making a change in use are encouraged to attend.
Recovery Support Group
This group provides a safe place for students in recovery from alcohol and other drug use to connect with other students in recovery, learn and share skills to support recovery and explore ways to have substance free fun.