Group counseling: The best choice for you?
Counseling groups are often the best way to work on problems, especially when the problems deal with issues about your relationship with other people. A group gives you contact with a few of your peers, along with a counselor, who are not part of your everyday life and so can give you more useful feedback. It is also a safe environment where you can test out different ways of acting with others. The specific groups available each semester vary in theme and time, but in recent semesters we have offered groups for: students with eating disorders, students with general interpersonal issues, women over 30, graduate students in helping professions, and general graduate student interpersonal groups.
The following list of groups are frequently offered at CAPS. For further information about group services at CAPS, please call the main office at 848-932-7884.
Typical Group Offerings at CAPS: