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There are many stressors for young adults heading off to college: How will I find my classes? Will I like my roommate? How do I prevent the Freshman 15?

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Graduating Seniors Group

Do these words describe you?

  • Anxiety
  • Transitions
  • Celebrating
  • Saying Goodbye
  • Returning Home
  • Finding Employment
  • Entering the “Real World?

Join the Graduating Seniors Group.  Stop by our front desk or call us at (603) 535-2461 to sign up.


 

Meditation Group

  •  Meditation can help you:
  • Reduce your level of stress
  • Increase your feeling of being in control
  • Focus your attention
  • Relax
  • Increase your level of happiness
  • Sleep better

Please join us at the Counseling and Human Relations Center for Meditation Group.  Stop by or call us at (603) 535-2461 for more information.


 

Yoga Group Therapy

Yoga Group Therapy is offered to students who are seen for individual counseling and would like to learn how yoga can be used to cope with stress, anxiety, depression and trauma.  In the course of this group, students will learn pramayama (breathing techniques), asanas (postures)   yoga mudras (hand positions)  and yoga nidra (guided meditations) that can induce the relaxation response in the body.

If you are interested, please call the Counseling and Human Relations Center at 603-535-2461 to schedule an intake assessment appointment to make sure this group is suitable for your needs.


 

Mental Health Screening

The Counseling and Human Relations Center offers free mental health screenings for depression and anxiety to students.  Screenings are usually offered once per semester in the HUB Fireplace Lounge.

Contact the Counseling and Human Relations Center at (603) 535-2461 for information.