Mental & Emotional Fitness Group
Get Fit spending an hour a week learning new skills like anger management, conflict resolution, assertive communication, healthy boundaries/relationships, social anxiety, emotional regulation, stress management, mindfulness, relaxation/self-care, sleep hygiene, nutrition, exercise, identifying emotions and emotional expression.
Start Date: Wednesday, 10/21/2015
The C³ group: How to Stay Calm, Cool, & Collected
We all have times when we feel emotionally distressed, overwhelmed, and out of control. Between the demands of school, work, and relationships, life can just get to be too much! Please join us in this safe and supportive space to learn healthy ways to cope so that you can stay calm, cool, & collected even in the most trying times. This is a 1-hour skills based group that will run through the Fall 2015 semester.
Mondays 3-4 pm
Start Date: Monday, 9/21/2015
Overcoming Anxiety: Gaining Freedom to Enjoy Life
Anxiety is normal life experience, and even necessary in small to moderate amounts for productivity and trying new things. Yet, for some people, anxiety can prevent them from enjoying their life, contributing the constant feeling of being in “survival mode.” This group is for students who feel controlled by their anxiety and desire to have better skills for managing it. This is a 1-hour, skills-based group that will increase understanding about the function and process of anxiety, teach new ways to manage it, increase confidence in managing anxiety, and increase overall quality of life despite struggles with anxiety.
Tuesdays, 3-4 pm with Dr. Leavell
Start Date: Tuesday, 9/22/2015
Understanding Self and Others
Are you in the place of wanting to better understand yourself and your experiences in your relationships? Would you benefit from a supportive environment while you work towards self-acceptance? If these questions peak your curiosity you might be a good fit for our “Understanding Self & Others” Group. This process oriented group aims to provide a warm and supportive environment for students who are interested in developing a greater understanding and acceptance of themselves and others, as well as identify and explore patterns in their relationships. Here students are encouraged to experiment with new ways of relating, connect with others around the sharing of personal experiences, and be open to support and feedback in the moment. Presenting concerns may vary widely from depression, anxiety, lack of motivation, forgiveness and acceptance, low self-esteem, and relationship and family concerns. This group will run through the Fall 2015 and Spring 2016 semesters.
Tuesdays 4–5:30 PM with Dr. Belfrom
Start date: Tudesday, 9/22/15
Wednesdays 4-5:30 pm with Dr. Bewley
Start Date: Wednesday, 9/23/2015
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