|Posted on August 17, 2012 at 6:20 AM|
This is an important piece of news for University of Louisville students. From Brian Buford:
From our friend Joanna Morse in the Counseling Center:
The UofL Counseling Center is offering a therapy group in a safe space where you can talk about whatever issues you are dealing with personally, such as non-acceptance from family or peers, the coming out process, self-esteem, anxiety, depression, etc. Therapy groups are confidential, so you don't have to worry about the things you share being discussed outside of group. The group leaders hold confidentiality to be of utmost importance and ask all members to sign a confidentiality agreement, so no one will even reveal that you are attending the group. It is open to individuals at any stage of the identity process, so whether you're waving rainbow flags or privately trying to discern how you identify, you are welcome. This group will affirm and celebrate who you are as a whole person and create a space for healing and growth through shared triumphs and struggles. Get ready to be validated, encouraged, and supported. If you are wondering whether this group is for you, by all means call or e-mail to find out more! The group will meet on Thursdays at a time based on availability of interested students. Contact Joanna Morse to schedule one individual consultation session before you attend the first group meeting:
502-852-6585 or email@example.com.
Check out the online video! louisville.edu/counseling/groups-at-the-counseling-center.html