Group counseling is an opportunity to connect with others in a safe, confidential and supportive space. Groups allow individuals to share their experiences with others who can understand and relate; learn new perspectives; and experiment with new ideas, behaviors, and ways of being or interacting. Through group engagement, students develop insights and skills to work through their (add) challenges and improve their quality of life.
Benefits of Group Counseling
Increase self-awareness and understanding of others
Connect with others who have similar problems and experiences
Decrease isolation and loneliness
Receive multiple perspectives on your concerns
Enhance the quality of relationships
Experience meaningful and authentic connections with others
Develop new, healthier ways of relating to others
Identifying, experiencing and expressing feelings with greater ease
Increase confidence and self-esteem
Increase ability to give and receive honest feedback
Internalize lessons learned by helping others in the group
An effective strategy
Group counseling is one of the most effective strategies to address most issues.