Group Counseling

Group Counseling

To register for any group, students can go to https://health.csueastbay.edu, call (510) 885-3735, email shcscounseling@csueastbay.edu, or talk with a counselor. 

To participate in a group session, students can go to https://health.csueastbay.edu at the time of their appointment to get the link.

To access handouts and materials from group sessions, visit our Counseling Group Handouts webpage.

 

Group Schedule for Fall 2022:

Coping Skills

An ongoing, interactive workshop for students to create and maintain healthy changes in their lives. 

View brief Introduction to Coping Skills video, or scroll down to view on page.

  • Mondays, 12pm, starting 8/29/22
Anxiety Tool Box

An ongoing workshop teaching and practicing skills to manage anxiety.  

View brief Introduction to Anxiety Toolbox video, or scroll down to view on page.

  • Tuesdays, 12pm, starting 8/30/22

Self-Care Moment

Take a break to practice simple and  effective activities that improve mental health, such as art and journaling.  No experience necessary.  This group meets outside in the locations below, weather permitting.  Check Instagram for updates - @eastbayshcs.

View brief Introduction to Self-Care Moment video, or scroll down to view on page.

  • Wednesday, 8/31/22 - 12:15pm, RAW Plaza
  • Wednesday, 9/7/22 - 12:15pm, RAW Plaza
  • Wednesday, 9/14/22 - 12:15pm, A&E Courtyard (with Pause for Paws)
  • Wednesday, 9/21/22 - 12:15pm, Meiklejohn Lawn (with AAPI Comm[unity] Fest)
  • Wednesday, 9/28/22 - 12:15pm, RAW Plaza 
  • Wednesday, 10/5/22 - 12:15pm, RAW Plaza (with Farmer's Market)
  • Wednesday, 10/12/22 - 12:15pm, RAW Plaza
  • Wednesday, 10/19/22 - 12:15pm, RAW Plaza
  • Wednesday, 10/26/22 - 12:15pm, Front of University Union (with Harvest of the Month)
  • Wednesday, 11/2/22 - 12:15pm, RAW Plaza
  • Wednesday, 11/9/22 - 12:15pm, Front of University Union (with Harvest of the Month)
  • Wednesday, 11/16/22 - 12:15pm, A&E Courtyard (with Pause for Paws)
  • Wednesday, 11/23/22 - NO EVENTS - FALL RECESS
  • Wednesday, 11/30/22 - 12:15pm, Front of University Union (with Harvest of the Month)
  • Wednesday, 12/7/22  - 12:15pm, RAW Plaza

Getting Unstuck

An ongoing seminar to help students learn skills to manage depression. 

View brief Introduction to Getting Unstuck video, or scroll down to view on page.

  • Thursdays, 12:00pm, starting 8/25/22

Queer and Questioning Support Group

This affirmative and interactive space is inclusive for all folx on the sexuality and gender spectrum, as well as those who may not yet feel comfortable claiming an LGBTQ+ identity but would like support around sexuality and gender.  Potential topics include navigating family, managing misgendering and microaggressions, self-advocacy as self-care, healthy dating, and exploring intersectionality.

View brief Introduction to Queer and Questioning Support Group video, or scroll down to view on page.

  • Thursdays, 12pm, starting 8/25/22

Healthy Relationships

Explore ways to build healthier relationships. Topics include power and control, consent, communication, dating, friendship, and communicating boundaries.  

View brief Introduction to Healthy Relationships Group video, or scroll down to view on page.

  • Thursdays, 2pm, starting 8/25/22
Self-Care Workshops

Counselors are available to run workshops on self-care for interested classes or student groups. These workshops are particularly useful for those in caretaking professions, or involved in activism. They can be tailored to any group’s needs and availability. Contact shcscounseling@csueastbay.edu or call (510) 885-3735 for more information.

 

Last Edited 8/11/22

Introduction to Coping Skills Group
Introduction to Coping Skills Group
Introduction to Anxiety Toolbox Group
Introduction to Anxiety Toolbox Group
Introduction to Self-Care Moment Group
Introduction to Self-Care Moment Group
Introduction to Getting Unstuck Group
Introduction to Getting Unstuck Group
Introduction to Queer and Questioning Support Group
Introduction to Queer and Questioning Support Group
Introduction to Healthy Relationships Group
Introduction to Healthy Relationships Group