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Group Therapy

Group therapy is a powerful treatment that allows people to connect deeply with themselves and with others. As one of the most effective treatments for a variety of concerns, we offer a diverse array of groups throughout the year that are focused on personal growth, skill development and peer support.
Group Room

Prospective group members are required to attend a pre-group information session. This is a brief meeting with the group leader before group begins that provides information about the group, and helps determine if the group is a good fit for your needs. If you are interested in a group, please contact our Office Manager at 315-859-4340.


Understanding Self & Others

Wednesdays, 9-10:30 a.m. (Women’s)
Katelynn Faulkner

This is an interpersonal process group comprised of students who are female identified. Since this is a process group it will incorporate the same components of an "Understanding Self and Other" group with added focus on the experience and struggles of being a female identified being in our world.  

Thursdays, 4-5:30 p.m.
Katelynn Faulkner

This is an interpersonal process group created for students who want to explore personal growth and gain awareness to enhance functioning and wellbeing. Students can benefit from this group through gaining greater self-awareness, understanding their relationships better, improving existing and future relationships, increase self-esteem, learning to trust others and foster personal growth.

Re-Entry skills

Mondays, 12:15-1:15 p.m.
Ginger Roddy

This group is focused on developing the skills needed to navigate these uncertain times. With a focus on practical skills around self awareness, managing relationships, effective communication, managing feelings, caring for yourself and others, building confidence, and stress management, this group will help you build the skills needed to make it through this semester.

Eating Disorder Support

Thursdays, 1-2 p.m.
Kate Keyser Rossi

This group is focused on students dealing with issues with food, eating, and body image.  Kate will lead group discussions allowing people to share their experiences in a supportive environment, as well as teach skills to help people develop a positive relationship with food. 


David Walden

The Wilderness Adventure Quest is a weekend group; we hope to offer one group in October and one in late April, weather permitting. Stay tuned to your email for more information. These groups require an application, which will be sent via email several weeks before date of the trip.

Contact Information

Counseling Center

Johnson Center
Clinton, NY 13323
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Help at Any Time

In Crisis?

Call 315-859-4340 and press option 2 to speak with a counselor 24/7/365

If you want off-campus help, call 1-800-273-TALK or text “START” to 741-741

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