Counseling and therapy groups provide a safe environment for you to learn more about yourself and your interactions with others. Each semester CAPS offers a variety of groups including general counseling groups, women's issues, grief issues, interpersonal issues, and many others. A brief screening with the group leader(s) may be required prior to becoming a member. If you are interested in a group, come in or call to schedule a screening appointment.
Most groups are held at Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) in Brotman Hall, Room 226 (BH-226).
- Understanding Self & Others (3:30-5:00 PM)
Facilitated by Pamela Ashe & Jungeun Kim
- Shared Experiences: A Women's Support Group (3:30-5:00 PM)
Facilitated by Diane Hayashino & Araceli Mejia
- SisterFriends: African-American Women's Support Group
CAPS offers short term, one-on-one counseling for students whose concerns require individual attention. Group counseling is provided to address interpersonal and developmental concerns. Your counselor will assist in identifying and understanding the issue and will strive to help you make positive changes.
Psychoeducational presentations are provided throughout the year. CAPS offers consultation, training, and education on academic and interpersonal topics to enhance student success and provote mental health. Presentations can be designed to meet a specific group's needs, and can be given on topics such as stress management, healthy relationships and self esteem.
Also, see our counseling programs & workshops, which focus on personal development.