Counseling and Psychological Services is offering three student groups this semester. Meeting with other people to share common concerns is a great way to gain support and to learn new coping strategies when feeling sad, overwhelmed or confused. Interested students are asked to schedule a brief intake interview by calling (651) 962-6780.
Getting Over “E.D.”: Eating Disorder Recovery Group
This group is designed to provide students in recovery from an eating disorder the opportunity to share common concerns and gain strategies for maintaining recovery. Students don’t need to have completed a structured eating disorder treatment program, but should have an awareness/acceptance of a current or previous unhealthy relationship with food, eating or body image, and be committed to continuing recovery. The group will meet from noon to 1 p.m. Thursdays in Murray-Herrick Campus Center, Room 370.
Grief and Loss Group
The goal of this group is for students to be able to confidentially share their feelings related to experiences of grief and loss. Meet with others in a supportive atmosphere and learn how to accept and understand some of the difficult emotions you may be experiencing. The group will meet from noon to 1 p.m. Tuesdays in Murray-Herrick Campus Cener, Room 370.
Students who are interested in learning how to improve their relationships will benefit from this group. Members will be able to explore their interpersonal and communication styles and learn additional relationship-building skills. The group will meet from 5 to 6 p.m. Wednesdays in Murray-Herrick Campus Center, Room 370.