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For college students, making changes in counseling groups with peers that have similar concerns is one of the best choices. In group, you learn that you are not alone in your concerns. Group therapy is a unique opportunity to learn from others' diverse experiences, share similar personal concerns, develop self-awareness, take risks, learn and practice new skills in a safe, supportive environment. It is not always easy to change, or to even know what to change. As you have successful experiences practicing change in group therapy, however, you will begin to see change in your life outside of group as well.
The most successful groups stick together to transform. They also have the following characteristics:
Group members respect one another by refraining from disclosing any information that may be discussed within the group setting outside the group.
Group members commit to attending all group sessions. Groups range from one to twelve sessions.
To be part of a group, just call 480-965-6146 and request to speak with a group counselor who will be happy to give you more questions and answer any questions that you have.
For many concerns students have, group therapy is often the best way to see results in treatment. Group is a great choice for you if you want to:
Meaning and Purpose
Clarify values and meaning in life.
Live in the present moment.
“Help Your Brain”
Increase mind-body awareness to manage worry or sadness.
Increase confidence in dealing with stressors.
Move towards your goals.
Lead a happy, healthy and fulfilling life.
Reduce stress and anxiety
Learn strategies for success.
Manage overwhelming feelings and relationships using art.
Strategies for success.
Strategies to examine and change substance use.
The Body Project
Have a healthy relationship with your body.
Lost and Found
Find meaning after loss
ENGAGE & BUILD
Manage school/life/work/relationships balance.
Exploring sexual identities.
Exploring gender identities.
Adjusting to U.S. culture and navigating relationships.
Grief and Loss
Adjusting to life after a loss.
Increase healthy boundaries and emotional independence.
Adjusting to College
Learn how to cope with adjusting to change in lifestyle.
Learning about interpersonal styles and focusing on immediate change
Build shame resilience
Trauma Recovery (for women)
Foster safety, learn skills and move towards personal empowerment.
Manage anxiety and depression
Law Students (for men)
Support and encouragement