Groups & Workshops

Stone Center Groups and Workshops

Stone Center Counseling Service Groups & Workshops

Please check back in late summer.

Below is just a sample of the types of groups and workshops we have offered most recently. 

 

 

Fresh Check Day

Save the date (TBD) for this unique mental health and suicide awareness and prevention program designed to engage students in dialogue about mental health through interactive activities. Brought to you in collaboration with Active Minds, the Office of Student Wellness, and student volunteers. 

Program aired live 4/7/2021. Our Fresh Check Day video can be viewed here

Be one of the Nine out of Ten who helps someone.

Explore Fresh Check at home.

Questions? Jan Park jpark23

* A.W.A.R.E.- Asian Women's Action for Resilience and Empowerment

Asian Women's Action for Resilience and Empowerment (AWARE) is a group therapy intervention created specifically to address the mental, sexual and physical health of Asian American women by Professor Chris Hahm at Boston University.  The intervention is comprised of eight weekly 90-minute group sessions.  

  • Led by Wendy Huang whuang2
  • *Registration Required
  • Time and Dates: TBD
* Eating in the Light of the Moon

For students interested in talking about eating and body image issues.  Utilizing the book by Anita Johnston, Ph.D., members will discuss their relationships and struggles with food and their bodies, and how they may be able to transform these relationships into something healthier and more empowering. 

  • For more info contact Wendy Huang whuang2
  • *Registration Required
  • Time and Dates: TBD
* Grief Group

For students who are coping with the loss of a parent/parental figure.  Members will have an opportunity to share their current lives and speak about the impact of the death of a family member.  This group is in progress. 

  • Contact: Alex Prior aprior
  • *Registration Required
  • Time and Dates:TBD
LGBTQ+ Support Group

This group is open to students of all intersectional identities under the LGBTQ+ umbrella.  It is intended to be a confidential, safe space to receive and give emotional support around gender and sexuality.  Together we will explore topics such as relationships with family, partners, coming out or being out, and help you embrace all parts of who you are. Please follow directions on how to join a group through the student portal, where you will fill out three forms. 

*Relationship Group

Join us for a this group todedicated to exploring ways to improve relationships during this challenging time of isolation and disconnection.  Group size will be limited to 6-8 participants. We will introduce you to Relational Cultural theory, an historic theoretical grounding for the work of the Stone Center Counseling Service. Group therapy can help you identify with the challenges that others face, improve your social skills, and practice healthy conflict management.

 

Tips for Staying Engaged and Focused: A Workshop for Procrastinators

Do you put off assignments until the last minute?
Never seem to meet deadlines?
Have difficulty managing your time?
Feel anxious over academic assignments?
If so, this workshop is for you!

  • Contact: Robin Cook-Nobles rcooknob
  • Time and Date: TBD