Throughout any given academic year, the Counseling Center at LCU looks for ways to provide meaningful experiences for our students.
Support groups are a good way for folks who have encountered similar situations to learn from and support one another. At times, the journey is difficult for most of us, but having someone beside us who has travelled this way before, and is willing to share ways they found to navigate the toughest parts, seems to help.
The Center wants to know what you want in a support group. We have been involved in groups that focused on:
- intimacy in relationships
- learning how to relax through artistic expression
- overcoming male/female confusions
- making stronger community connections
- dealing with chronic illness
The possibilities are endless!!!
We welcome your suggestions. Send us an email and let us know what you are interested in, and we'll work to get the word out, as well as provide a place and time for this support to be found.
- What does it mean to be a Christian?
- What does it mean to be male?
- How do I be me?
If so, please join us as James Henson leads a men's group that will explore male issues.
Monday nights - beginning in September (8:15 pm-9:45 pm)
in the CSS Conference Room of the CAA building
Healing for the Heart, Mind, and Body
The LCU Counseling Center is offering a group this fall for students with ongoing medical illness or medical challenges.Please join us and find a place of support, encouragement from others, and an awareness of the mind, body, and spirit connection.
12:00 1:00 p.m.
SA Conference Room 2nd floor SUB
Starting October 6th
*Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 720-7478 for meeting details and participation.