Monday, October 16, 2017


Student Health & Counseling Center Groups

Fall 2017



Hello Hofstra Parents!



If your student needs counseling or simply needs some tips and tricks on how to better their college experience, they should attend some of these sessions hosted by SHACC (Student Health and Counseling Center) available at the Wellness and Campus Living Center, 250 Hofstra University.

 



The following sessions occur weekly and are free for all students to attend:



“Feel Better Fast: Coping Essential Group”

Improve your ability to cope with life stressors and increase resilience through this supportive group. Students looking to learn practical and effective skills to manage thoughts, feelings and behaviors and enhance daily living are encouraged to attend.

Monday at 4:00 p.m.



“Mindful Meditation”

This group focuses on building the connectivity of mind, body and emotion through meditation. Learn ways to relax and manage stress, anxiety and other emotions whilst increasing awareness and staying in the present moment.

Tuesday at 8 p.m.



“Social Network Live”

Join fellow students for this social development training group to learn better ways to begin, engage in, and maintain social connections and relationships.

Wednesday at 5:00 p.m.

Location: Student Access Services, Student Center room 107

 

“Life Hacks”

Looking forward to succeeding in school, manage your social life, and do it all with less stress? Take a break and learn new life skills each week to bring out the best in you!

Wednesday at 8:00 p.m.



“Recovery Group”

Learn effective ways to live a balanced life through recovery from substance use. This group provides support and offers techniques to build and maintain motivation, cope with urges, and manage thoughts, feelings and behaviors for individuals in recovery from addictions.

Thursday at 7:00 p.m.



“Home Away from Home”

Are you new to American culture? Join this supportive group where you can share experiences with students from diverse cultures, build relationships, and learn how to navigate college life in America.

Thursday at 8:00 p.m.



“Social Anxiety Group”

This supportive group focuses on helping students understand and reduce anxiety in social situations. Learn and develop skills and strategies for becoming more comfortable and confident in social settings.

Friday at 4:00 p.m.

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