- What is Counseling?
- Group Counseling
- Individual Counseling
- Couples Counseling
- Psychiatric Consultations
- Privacy Practices
- Psychology Internship
- Psychology Doctoral Practicum
- Master's Counseling Practicum
- Clinical GSA Practicum
Spring 2015 Active Groups
Process Groups More Info
Unstructured interpersonal process group that provides support, encouragement, and feedback from other individuals in a safe and confidential environment. The primary focus of therapy in the group is on the interactions between group members.
An intake session and counselor referral is necessary prior to beginning a process group.
- Open Process Group: Wednesday 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm
- Open Process Group: Thursday 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm
- Women's Group: Thursday 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm
Support Groups More Info
Support groups are open groups that can be attended without prior intake appointment or referral needed.
Codependency/Adult Children of Alcoholics (ACoA)
Support for individuals who have learned unhealthy patterns for relating with others and desire to learn healthier ways of coping and relating. Signs of codependency may include denial patterns, avoiding conflict low self-esteem, control dynamics in the relationship.
Been There Done That
Support for internally motivated students who have decided to quit using chemicals and work through the challenges they face and sharing the things they learn as they attempt to stay clean and sober in the college life atmosphere. Wednesday 12 pm - 1 pm
Skills Groups More Info
This group is designed to teach basic concepts of mindfulness that can be used as coping skills. In this group, students will learn about and practice walking, sitting and eating meditation. They will also participate in a guided body scan meditation. Topics that will be discussed include working with thoughts, cultivating non-judgmental present-moment awareness, managing difficult emotions and pain with tolerance and acceptance, letting go of stories we tell ourselves, awareness of the body and self-care, anxiety/stress management, pain versus suffering, and cultivating kindness for self and others. Often people engage in the same behaviors over and over again such as drinking, smoking, gambling, etc. as a way to temporarily escape the pain they do not want to experience. However, this ultimately does not bring peace. Participants of the mindfulness group will learn to live life on life's terms.
Students will be asked to participate in practices and encouraged to discuss their experiences during the practice time.
An intake session and counselor referral is necessary prior to beginning the mindfulness group.
AOD Outpatient Treatment Group More Info
Outpatient treatment is a semi-structured group experience for students who have substance use disorders to actively work on changing their thoughts, emotions, and behaviors with the support of professionals and peers. Group experience combines sharing from personal experience, accountability for behavior change, and interactive skills building and education. An intake session and counselor referral is necessary prior to beginning the AOD Outpatient Group.
- Tuesday 4:45 pm - 6:30 pm
- Thursday 4:45 pm - 6:30 pm