Groups, Fall 2014
Tools For Beating The Blues
Students who are struggling with feelings of sadness, negative thinking, loss of motivation and energy, difficulties concentrating and/or sleep difficulties, panic attacks, and anxiety will learn techniques for dealing with these difficulties. Group members will support one another as they learn new ways of coping with their stresses.
Group Leaders: Lynda Field
*If you are interested in joining this group, please call the Counseling Center at 617-573-8226 to schedule a 30 minute screening with Lynda Field.
Mindfulness in Everyday Life
The group is intended to help members develop new skills of awareness, reflection, and communication in order to progress toward a more meaningful and fulfilling life. Specifically, this group focuses on meditation skills, relaxation skills, and social skills to address issues of stress, anxiety, worry, self-doubt, and fear in everyday life.
Group Leaders: Bryan Mendiola, Psy.D.
*If you are interested in joining this group, please call the Counseling Center at 617-573-8226 to schedule a 15 minute screening with Bryan Mendiola.
Join us each week at the Interfaith Center (Donahue Building, Room 540) for mindfulness meditation and reflective discussion. This is an open group and all Suffolk University community members are welcome to drop on by during times yet to be determined. We welcome everyone from beginners, people curious and interested in learning more, to those experienced in meditation.
Group Leader: Bryan Mendiola, Psy.D.
This group will focus on general day-to-day issues that limit or constrain group members' abilities to fully enjoy and to derive satisfaction from their lives. Subjects of discussion will be developed naturally by the interests of the members of the group, but may include addressing daily challenges, overcoming hurdles, dealing with conflict and roadblocks, working with others more effectively, and deepening the personal skills needed to become more satisfied with our lives.
Group Leaders: Paul Korn, Ph.D.
Time: Tuesdays, Mid-Day
*If you are interested in joining this group, please call the Counseling Center at 617-573-8226 to schedule a 30 minute screening with Paul Korn
This is a discussion group for ALANA Graduate Students (African American, Latina, Asian American and Native American). Join us!
Group Leaders: TBD
Time: TBD based on participants' schedules
*For additional information, please call the Counseling Center at 617-573-8226 to speak with Kathryn Jackson, Ph.D.
To participate in groups, contact your counselor or call the Counseling Center at (617) 573-8226 for more information and a group referral. All groups are CONFIDENTIAL. Your participation and privacy are strictly protected by the Counseling Center policies