Summer 2014 Group
CCPH is offering a drop-in group for graduate students starting in July. No pre-registration or commitment required, but please call ahead if possible so we can plan accordingly: (413) 545-2337.
Balancing Life and Graduate School • Tuesdays 2:00-3:30 p.m.
Contact Josh Tecu or Kent Sunderland for more information
A graduate support group to explore personal and academic concerns including anxiety, relationships, self-esteem, career and family.
Fall 2014 Groups
Fall groups are open to undergraduate and graduate students unless otherwise noted and typically start in October. Check back in late summer for more information about fall group offerings. Pre-registration is required.
This is an ongoing group for undergraduate students. Build connections in a supportive and safe environment while exploring issues including self-esteem, relationships, anxiety and school adjustment.
Explore personal and academic concerns in this supportive co-ed group for graduate students. The focus is on issues including: relationships, depression and anxiety, career issues and the future, family, and self-esteem.
An ongoing men’s support group for undergraduate and graduate students. Members will have the opportunity to build community, support each other, and discuss issues such as romantic relationships, friendships, academic stress, and masculine identity.
This is a process-oriented ongoing therapy group for women graduate students focused on self-esteem, self-expression, relationships, career and academic issues, anxiety, and mutual support.
Learn self-care and coping strategies for managing college life while experiencing symptoms of Lyme disease.
Support group for undergraduate and graduate students who have recently experienced the death of a loved one. Group members are offered a safe place to explore and express feelings, as well as receive support in coping with grief and loss.
Are you coming out as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, or queer? Are you already out, but want a supportive place to talk about being LGBTQ? The Center for Counseling and Psychological Health and the UMass Stonewall Center are offering a weekly drop-in group for students who want to talk about LGBTQ issues.