The following groups are available for the Fall (2016) semester
Abstinence support group for students offered as requested/needed.
Contact Ms Marritz or call Counseling Services (717 337 6960) if you’d like to attend.
The group adaptation of BASICS (Brief Alcohol Screening and Intervention for College Students, G. Alan Marlatt, University of Washington) is a skills-based program that offers students who drink alcohol the opportunity to think more about how to reduce negative consequences. It consists of one group educational session followed by an individual meeting with a counselor. For more information, call Counseling Services 717- 337- 6960 or email Harriet Marritz, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Monday 2/20/2017 12-1 PM
Wednesday 3/8/2017 4-5 PM
Wednesday 3/29/2017 12-1 PM
Friday 4/14/2017 4-5 PM
LGBTQIA Support Group
LGBTQIA Support Group will be offered again this semester. Group sessions will be held in Counseling Services (in the Health Center down the hall from Health Services) on Fridays from 3:00pm-4:30 pm.
For those who have not participated in group therapy in the past, please know that you do not need to have a specific problem in order to benefit from this group. All you need is some free time and a desire to exchange ideas with your peers about issues that are important to you. The goal is to provide support in a safe, comfortable environment where individual differences are embraced, critical thinking about current events and LGBTQIA issues is encouraged, and confidentiality is prioritized. Learning assertive communication skills, setting appropriate boundaries, forming healthy relationships, coping with discrimination/marginalization, and maintaining optimal mental health are a few of the topics that have been discussed in past group sessions. Plus, it’s all free of charge!
Please contact Dr. Huang or Counseling Services for more information if you are interested.
SMART Recovery® Group (Self-Management and Recovery Training) www.smartrecovery.org
Are you a student who wants to stop drinking and/or drug use? SMART Recovery® Student Support Group (www.smartrecovery.org) provides practical support for dealing with challenges. All students working on or considering behavior change (including cutting down) are welcome. Free and confidential. Fridays, 3:30 PM. Eligible students may also earn conduct point forgiveness by attending at least five consecutive meetings. For more information, call Counseling Services. 717-337-6960 or email Harriet Marritz, email@example.com.
T with Michelle & Daisy
T with Michelle and Daisy is a process group is designed to provide a safe space for students to openly engage in dialogues around issues and concerns related to what it means to be a member of a minority group in an academically rigorous and predominantly white environment. Dialogues will occur in a confidential and therapeutic environment with licensed therapists facilitating the group process. Possible topics of discussion include: academic & relationship issues, coping skills, strategies for managing the intersectionality of identities, personal belief systems, & oppression and entitlement.
Groups will be offered weekly on Monday's in the Health and Counseling Building
from 3:15 pm to 4:30 pm beginning on Monday, January 30th