Groups for Spring Semester 2020

All Counseling Groups will be suspended. Participants with questions may reach out to the Counseling Center at (570) 941-7620 or to their group facilitator regarding any plans to resume once students return to campus.
  • Anxiety Tool Kitplus or minus

    Are you looking for ways to manage your stress and worry? This group offers skills and coping styles for those who have anxiety that interferes with their life. You will learn deep breathing exercises, mindfulness, stopping and restructuring of anxious thoughts into more manageable thoughts. Please join us at the below days and times to start easing the worry from your life.

    Mondays - 12:30pm-1:30pm (McGurrin 518)
    Wednesdays - 5:00pm-6:00pm (McGurring 518)
    Thursdays - 2:00pm-3:00pm (Counseling Center)

  • Masters of Anxiety (CBT Anxiety Therapy Group)plus or minus

    Masters of Anxiety: A CBT Anxiety Therapy Group

    Mondays - 4:00pm-5:15pm (Counseling Center)

  • General Wellness & Support Groupplus or minus

    Tuesdays - 2:00pm-3:00pm (Counseling Center)
  • L.I.G.H.Tplus or minus

    L.I.G.H.T (Living in Grief & Healing Together)

    Thursdays - 2/27/2020, 3/26/2020, & 4/23/2020 (Campus Ministries Conference Room, DeNaples, 2nd Floor)

  • The Four Agreements Book Groupplus or minus

    Interested in learning about yourself?  Your relationships with others?  Accepting yourself and others?  Taking some time out of your busy day for reflection?

     Come join the conversation based on the book The Four Agreements by don Miguel Ruiz

    • Book Group will run for 5 WEEKS
    • Books will be provided on loan

    Fridays 12:00pm-1:00pm (Counseling Center) 

    Space is limited. Please contact barbara.mericle@scranton.edu or ellen.morgan@scranton.edu to reserve your book!

  • Adult Children of Addiction (ACOA)plus or minus

    Growing up in a family with addiction, marked by unpredictability, inconsistency and silence, can result in feeling isolated and alone.  Join other students in a safe place to better understand how living with addiction can have lifetime implications, while learning new ways to cope, relate and thrive.

    Wednesdays - 4:00pm-5:00pm (Counseling Center)

  • Chronic Illness Support Groupplus or minus

    Coping and managing a chronic illness on a college campus can be challenging and isolating.  Gather with other students who are also learning to effectively navigate college while managing a chronic illness.

    Fridays - 3:00pm-4:00pm (Counseling Center)

  • Nourished & Empowered: Women's Groupplus or minus

    Nourished & Empowered: Women Support Each Other in Mind, Body, & Spirit

    Nourished and Empowered is a small group for women looking to enrich their relationships with themselves and others. The group will provide a safe and judgement-free space to focus on sharing, supporting and empowering each other. The areas of focus will be the many issues young women of today are navigating such as: self-esteem, relationships, identity, body image, health, perfectionism and balancing it all… If this sounds like an experience that may benefit you, please consider joining us!

    Fridays - 2:00pm-3:00pm (Counseling Center)

  • Students of Color Support & Empowerment Groupplus or minus

     

    Students of color often face unique challenges navigating a complex college environment.  Sponsored by the Cross Cultural Centers and the Counseling Center, the focus of this group is to create a space for students of color to connect over shared experiences and to support one another in community.

    Mondays - 5:00pm (DeNaples Room 213)