Reality Check Fact #1:

Most PSU students “party” less than 2 nights each week (80%).

Fact taken from 2015 NH Higher Education on line Alcohol and Drug Survey at PSU

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Groups

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The Counseling and Human Relations Center offers therapeutic groups, workshops, and discussions groups on an as-needed basis. Therapeutic groups can be a great opportunity to share and be with other people who face similar challenges, with the goal of mutual learning, growth, and healing.

Call us to find out what groups are currently being held. The groups that we have consistently held for the past several years have included the following:

  • Relationships
  • Meditation and Stress Management
  • Yoga Group Therapy
  • Graduating Seniors

We have also provided the following groups in the past based on student need.

  • Adult Children of Alcoholics
  • Anger Management
  • Assertiveness and Self-Esteem
  • Drug and Alcohol Education
  • Eating Disorders
  • Grief
  • How to Decide My Major…and Keep My Options Open
  • Recovery from Addiction
  • War Veterans
  • Women in Difficult Relationships

Please call us if you have an interest in a specific group or want to find out what groups are currently being held.


 For more information or to make an appointment:

Call us at (603) 535-2461

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