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Welcome to the Fall 2017 Groups page. Below are all of the groups that are offered this semester.  Click here for the full brochure.


Undergraduate Support Group 

 

 

Start Date: Tuesday, September 5th, meets weekly

Time: 11:00 am - 12:00 pm

Location: 204 Norwood Hall 

Gain skills to effectively cope with anxiety, depression, relationship issues, and other concerns. Learn and share healthy strategies for successfully managing the challenges of college life with other undergraduate students. 

living with loss

  

 

 

start date: TBD

Time: Based on participants' schedules

Location: 204 norwood hall

Losing someone you care about is hard. This group is offered to provide a safe space to share experiences, give and receive support, learn about the process of grieving, and explore strategies to cope with the many feelings and issues associated with mourning. If you would like to participate in the Living with Loss group, please contact Patti J. Fleck Ph.D at pfleck@mst.edu. 

Worriers to warriors: Conquering Test anxiety 

 

Dates: Fridays, September. 22nd, September 29th; october 6th

Time: 3:00pm - 4:30 pm

Location: contact cdsw at 341-4211 or email counsel@mst.edu

This 3-part workshop will help you identify the root causes of test anxiety. You'll gain practical skills in stress managment, learn how to rewrite your negative thinking, and find neew ways to manage daily tasks and incorporate studying into your school routine. 

Miners for Recovery

 

 

Start Date: August 24th, every Thursday

Time: 11:00 am - 12:00 pm

Location: 204 Norwood Hall

This supportive group is an opportunity to explore your own behaviors and ideas for change to avoid future consequences related to drugs and alcohol. We will work to increase self-awareness and understanding of responsibilities and relationships with others and provide you with a support system, in a safe setting, where you will have the opportunity to share information, and receive feedback from those in similar circumstances. 

 

Graduate Student Support Group

 

Start Date: tbd

Time: Based off participants' schedules

Location: 204  Norwood hall

In this group you will learn to navigate school and family needs, work more effectively with you colleagues ad advisers, explore how to meet people, review techniques to balance work-life and manage stress.

Adhd support group

 

 

Start date: Monday, september 11th, meets weekly

time: 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Location: 204 norwood hall

If you have been diagnosed with ADHD or struggle with some or many of the symptoms - inattention, difficulty paying attention to details, inability to follow through on tasks, trouble with organization, losing things, easily distracted, forgetful - this group of students can help you figure out solutions to your challenges.

Asperger's support group

 

Start date: monday, september 11, meets weekly

time: 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Location: 204 norwood hall

This ongoing group focuses on select topics of interest and discussions with students diagnosed on the Autisitic Spectrum. the group listens, understands, and provides guidance to assist each other in developing the skills needed for college success. Students share information about campus resources and organizations that allow them to become more comfortably engaged with the campus community. 

Social confidence group

 

Schedule a screening with bethany quay to join.

This group will begin in september in 204 norwood hall. 

Individual screenings required before joining this seven week group. Reduce your social anxiety and gain confidence as you learn skills and practice within a safe, supportive environment. 

safety group

 

 

start date: thursday, august 24th, meets weekly

time: 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

location: 204 Norwood Hall

Highly structured group for students with the goal of reducing PTSD symptoms and increasing safety (12 weeks of topics)

ANGER mANAGEMENT

 

start date: tbd

Time: tbd

location: 204 norwood hall

 

A 6 week group whose purpose is to help students manage anger effectively, stop violence or the threat of violence, develop self-control over thoughts and actions, and receive support from others.