Groups and Workshops

Groups and Workshops

Counseling & Psychological Services is available to assist you in designing and presenting a variety of workshops to meet your programming needs. We support the University's mission to develop the whole person.

Freshman Transition

Adjusting to college life can be stressful.  This group provides a place to talk about it and to learn ways to manage stress,deal with homesickness and figure out your place in campus life.

Adult Children of Alcoholics

This support group is designed to help students who have dealt with alcohol abuse in their family to learn coping and self-care strategies and improve their understanding of how alcohol has impacted their lives.

Coming Out/ Being Out

Gay? Lesbian? Bisexual? Transgendered? Questioning?  We welcome you to explore and share your joys and struggles in this support group dedicated to the LGBTQ Community.

Eating Issues Support Group

Concerned about your eating?  You’re not alone.  Come learn strategies for wellness and acquire skills to help you manage your eating concerns in a caring, supportive environment.

Group for Grief and Hope

Nobody understands loss better than someone who has been there.  This group is a place where students can get the support and understanding they need throughout the grieving process.

Stressbusters

Stressed out?  Join the club.  Stress is one of the top issues facing college students today.  This group will help you learn to manage stress, gain coping skills and more effectively deal with the demands of campus life.

The Grand Group: Alcohol and Drug Harm Reduction
A group for students interested in exploring strategies to reduce the harm that alcohol and other drugs have caused in their lives. For more information contact Lisa Arnold, L.A.D.C. at (203) 254-4166.

Recovery Group
A group for students who have decided that alcohol and drug use have interfered with their health and well being. The group is based on an abstinence model. Students support each other in sobriety and learn strategies to remain drug and alcohol free.
For more information, contact Lisa Arnold, L.A.D.C. at (203) 254-4166.


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