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Healthy relationships and violence prevention is the focus of the "Green Dot" Healthy Relationships Fair. This program helps us to recognize the danger signs for voilence in relationships and encourages bystander intervention.
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The Center offers several groups each semester designed to provide support and to enhance personal growth and development.
Body Peace: the Art of Mindful Eating
Examine many issues that are uniquely female as well as what makes women eat, overeat, starve, and judge their bodies so harshly. Learn new processes to gain greater peace with your body.
Self-Esteem Enhancement Program
This 5-week program is designed to increase understanding and awareness of self-esteem. Participants will have the opportunity to assess their self-esteem, and learn how to work on those issues.
Your Perfect Right To Assertiveness
Participants will be able to identify their own patterns of communication and practice improving their skills of assertiveness to use in a variety of settings. Learn how to stand up for yourself, express yourself and be heard!
Stress Management Group
Learn a number of stress management tools that involve worry reduction and relaxation.
Are you managing your life or is your life managing you? This group will be focusing on improving the action plan you have for managing your life.
If you are interested in finding out more about these Groups or others being offered by the Counseling/Student Development Center, or wish to sign up, please call at 570-348-6245, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or stop by the center located in McGowan 1017.