Groups at Counseling Services

  Spring 2014 Groups

  • Men's Group -- Mondays, 4:00 - 5:30 p.m.  This process oriented group is a place where men's issues can be explored. Topics may include masculinity, relationships, anger, stress, sex, etc.
  • Phoenix Rising: Group for Survivors of Sexual Trauma -- Tuesdays, 12:00 - 1:30 p.m.  This group is open to currently enrolled students who are survivors of sexual abuse, sexual assault, or sexual trauma experienced in childhood or as adults. We are committed to promoting empowerment, support, safety, and healing. The group will be flexible, depending on the needs of the members. The focus of the group may range from promoting stability and a sense of control to reducing shame and improving relationships. All individuals are encouraged to contact us to discuss how we may help meet their needs through this group or other services. To promote safety, the group will be gender specific.
  • Thursday Group -- Thursdays, 10:00 - 11:30 a.m.
  • Friday Group -- Fridays 1:30 - 3:00 p.m.

What are Groups?
Groups are students interacting with other students, sharing concerns with others in similar situations. At times student issues are most effectively explored in a safe and supportive environment where interaction occurs with others. Groups are designed to facilitate growth and skill development by focusing on concerns central to student life.  Curious about what a group might look like? Click here to see a dramatization of a session.

Who can Attend?
The groups and workshops are open to all currently enrolled as K-State students.  Make an appointment to talk about group with a counselor.

Why Choose Group Counseling?
Group counseling supports students' personal growth as they explore relationships and other issues such as: depression, anxiety, loss, diversity issues, relationship/communication skills, stress management, and life transitions. Through group counseling students will be able to identify with others who are experiencing similar concerns and increase their self-awareness in a safe, supportive, and confidential setting.

Some of the benefits of group are:

  • Provides multiple perspectives on issues.
  • Helps you to realize you are not alone as you work on your issues.
  • Provides a secure environment for learning new interpersonal behaviors.
  • Provides a place to give and receive feedback and support

When groups are offered?
Groups are offered during the Fall, Spring, and Summer semesters.

Is There a Charge?
There is a $7 charge for each group session.  

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