for Women and Men
Some individuals seeking help for a particular concern are best served in a group setting. Individuals experiencing similar challenges meet and discuss their needs and challenges to gain direction and help from the therapist as well as from other group members. While this is helpful for many individuals, others are better served on an individual basis. To help place students in the most appropriate setting, a screening interview is arranged to explore further the student's needs as well as orient them to group or individual therapy.
- Masculinity and Integrity
A therapeutic growth group for men.
- God's Poetry- Women and Positive Body Image
Learning to appreciate our bodies by viewing them through the eyes of God rather than the lens of society and culture.
- Good Mourning
A place where women and men come together to share their stories of grief and loss with the aim of experiencing healing and acceptance.
- Healing from Assault
There are many other types of groups that could be formed on an as needed basis
Individuals interested in joining a group need to first make an individual appointment by completing an intake form.
Once the intake form is received, the group therapist will meet with each person on an individual basis. The individual meeting will address particulars of group work like: expectations of the group leader, expectations of members' participation, group members' reservations of working in a group setting; potential problems members will face, and group norms. Following the individual screening interview, the group therapist will either assign the individual to a group or recommend another form of help, e.g., individual counseling, support group, etc.