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Group Counseling

 

CWS offers a variety of groups and workshops 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 learn new skills and 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 212-772-4901.

 

Spring 2016


Mastering Anxiety Workshop

Every other Wednesday, 2/10 through 5/18 - 11:30 - 12:30, Select a date: 2/10, 3/9, 3/23, 4/6, 4/20, 5/4, 5/11 and 5/18 - 68th Street Campus

Do you find it difficult to make friends, focus on academics or feel confident in social situations? Join us for a cognitive behavior therapy 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.

RSVP Required. Click here to reserve a seat. http://bit.ly/1OZ3Tw4

Managing Compassion Fatigue in your Clinical Practice (For students enrolled in Social Work, Nursing, Mental Health and Rehabilitation Counseling programs)

Second Thursday of the month (Feb - May), 3:00 - 4:00, Select a date: 2/11, 3/10, 4/14 and 5/12 Conference Room East 1413 - 68th Street Campus

The primary goal of this workshop 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.

RSVP Required. Click here to reserve a seat. http://bit.ly/1OZ3V7e

 

 


Contact Us


COUNSELING SERVICES

personalcounseling@hunter.cuny.edu
t: 212.772.4931
Room 1123, Hunter East

WELLNESS SERVICES:
Office of Health Services

healthandwellness@hunter.cuny.edu
t: 212.772.4800 | f: 212.650.3254| f: 212.396.6703
Room 307, Hunter North

WELLNESS SERVICES:
Health Promotion & Education

healthed@hunter.cuny.edu
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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