Groups at Counseling Services

  Summer 2014 Groups

  • Tuesday Group --  2:00 - 3:30 p.m.
  • Wednesday Group -- 1:00 - 2:30 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.