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University Counseling Center Therapy Groups for Fall 2014.

Contributed by: Kim Lacey Fogle
Published: Tuesday, 26 August 2014 11:00 AM
Are you interested in getting support and supporting others in working toward personal goals? The BSU Counseling Center offers a variety of groups - FREE and OPEN to students at Ball State. Call 285-1736 or let your intake counselor know you are interested in a group.

Fall 2014 Groups

THERAPY GROUPS (require appointment at counseling center before joining)

UNDERSTANDING SELF & OTHERS Group members explore patterns of relating to self and others by discovering understanding and acceptance of themselves and others. Discussions vary greatly from depression, anxiety, relationships, family concerns, eating issues, alcohol abuse and/or personal growth. The groups thrive on diversity as members discover the common bond through emotional experiences.
Mondays 3:00-4:30 Tuesdays 3:00-4:30 Wednesday 2:00-3:30
Thursday 2:00-3:30 (women’s group)

JOURNEY TO WHOLENESS Safe, supportive place for survivors of sexual trauma to explore the meaning of their experiences and to explore effective ways of coping.
Thursdays 3:00-4:30

WEIGHT NOT, WANT NOT Supportive group for women with eating disorders or body image struggles who want to explore effective ways of coping.
To be determined

CHOICES A group for students who are exploring making changes in their relationship with alcohol and other substances.
Mondays 3:00-4:30

SAFE HAVEN: GLBQ SUPPORT GROUP This therapy group provides a safe place for GLBQ students to explore and discuss patterns of relating to self and others by discovering understanding and acceptance of themselves and others. Topics of discussion vary greatly from coming out, finding support, relationships, family concerns, depression, anxiety, and/or personal growth.
Fridays 10:00-11:30

C.A.L.M.: Care for myself, manage my Anxiety, Live in the moment, practice Mindfulness This group offers a secure space for students struggling with anxiety to not only explore their fears and worries, but also receive feedback and support from others with similar concerns. The group also focuses on teaching students about a variety of techniques, including mindfulness meditation, which can be particularly helpful in managing anxiety. Another benefit of being in a group is having a place to experiment applying new skills and ways of relating to others, in a safe and supportive environment.
Thursdays 3:00-4:30
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