Navigating your maze: a therapy group for students experiencing anxiety and panic
Being a young adult can be an amazing chapter in life. However, it’s hard to enjoy it if it’s often filled with worries. Sometimes it might even feel like avoiding social situations is the only way to deal with these feelings. In fact, pushing through this discomfort and joining a group of other young adults going through a similar experience, is an excellent way to navigate these difficulties. If you experience any of the following:
Excessive worrying and anxiety in social situations
Feeling agitated and restless
Frequently experiencing loneliness
Trouble falling or staying asleep
Avoiding social situations
Being controlling (or easily controlled) in relationships
This group is for you! Join us to learn specific skills to feel in control, increase confidence and give you hope.
Interpersonal group therapy is a powerful way to learn about ourselves and our relationships with others. It is comprised of a group of people (usually 6 - 8 people) who meet together weekly to work through relational issues that lead to psychological symptoms or dissatisfaction in relationships.
People who join an interpersonal therapy group usually want to be able to relate better with others and to feel better about themselves. If you experience any of the following:
Feeling angry, frustrated, or dissatisfied in relationships
Having difficulty trusting others
Struggling to forge close (or meaningful) relationships
Relying on alcohol or drugs to socialize
Feeling that one often has to please others
Struggling to communicate one’s thoughts, feelings, and needs directly
Having trouble with self-esteem
Come join our group! Participation can help you notice more clearly the emotional patterns and thoughts that guide your behavior, and develop greater flexibility in how you manage your relationships.
When: Fridays, 9:00 - 10:15 am