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Group Counseling


CWS offers a variety of groups throughout the academic year.· Group counseling provides a unique opportunity to learn about yourself while discovering new ways to engage and interact with others.· By providing a secure environment to discuss and explore issues which may impact personal or academic success, group counseling can help to improve relationships and reduce stress.· If you are interested in learning more about the different groups we offer or if you would like to join one of the groups listed below, please contact us at 212-396-6482.


Spring 2015

Mastering Anxiety Workshop

Do you find it difficult to make friends, focus on academics or feel confident in social situations? Join us for a CBT informed workshop designed to help you to better understand how your thoughts can impact your feelings and behaviors.  Learn skills to reduce excessive thinking, social anxiety and stress related to academic performance and social interactions.

This workshop is designed for undergraduate students who wish to better manage their anxiety and stress levels.

No RSVP required.
Choose a Date: April 15 & 29, 11:30 - 12:30 - Conference Room 1130, East Building.

Call 212-772-4901 for more information.

Crossing Cultures:  Building Social Connections (Undergraduate)
Wednesdays, 11:30 - 12:45

This is a co-ed group for students who wish to explore their cultural identities while learning to build communication skills in cross-cultural social and academic settings. This group will provide an opportunity to explore issues related to acculturation, cultural identity, adjustment, and life transitions while providing an opportunity to connect with other students who share similar experiences. 

Intake not required, call to schedule meeting with group facilitator - 212-772-4901.

Managing Compassion Fatigue in your Clinical Practice (For students enrolled in Social Work, Nursing, Mental Health and Rehabilitation Counseling programs)
Fridays, 3:00 - 4:15

The goal of this group is to heighten participants' coping and resiliency skills by learning how to recognize the signs of compassion fatigue.  Participants will learn strategies to enhance self-care and reduce stress levels associated with practice-related fatigue through process oriented discussion and mindfulness exercises.

Intake required - call 212-772-4901 to schedule.

Fostering Healthy Relationships (Undergraduate)

This is a co-ed group for students who wish to develop and maintain healthy relationships with friends, family, or romantic partners. This group is designed to help students who feel lonely or isolated here at Hunter, or students who do not feel content, understood, or fulfilled within their current relationships. The aim of this group is to provide a safe, supportive environment to facilitate personal growth by helping students gain insight into the nature of their relationship patterns, foster interpersonal skills, and explore new ways of relating within the safety of the group.

Intake required - call 212-772-4901 to schedule.



Contact Us

t: 212.772.4931
Room 1123, Hunter East

Office of Health Services
t: 212.772.4800 | f: 212.650.3254| f: 212.396.6703
Room 307, Hunter North

Health Promotion & Education
t: 212.772.4909
Room 307, Hunter North

For assistance after 5:00 pm, or in the case of an on-campus emergency, please call
Public Safety at 212.772.4444
. In the case of an off-campus emergency, call 911.

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