Contact CSSD for additional information on the following groups:
The Graduate Student Support Group is a safe and confidential place where graduate students can seek support around any number of issues that arise during graduate study. Topics commonly discussed during sessions include the stress of graduate school; difficulties with progress or productivity; determining whether or not to stay in a program; problems with advisors or committees; milestone events such as qualifying exams, dissertation or thesis work; employment and financial strain while in graduate program; and searching for post-graduation employment. Additional concerns such as family, relationships, health issues, or cultural/geographical adjustment, may arise that are not specific to graduate school but are likely to interfere with performance and progress. The group is fairly unstructured and the topics can vary from meeting to meeting depending on the needs of the students present. Please call the Center for Counseling and Student Development at (252) 328-6661 for more information. GSSG meetings are currently facilitated by Dr. Andrea Cantarelli and Dr. Jenny Glassmire-Policari.
Co-facilitated by openly LGBTQ-identified and straight allied staff of the ECU Center for Counseling and Student Development, “InsideOUT”is an informal, unstructured support group for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender students to explore issues of concern in a “safe place.” Discussion topics range widely from issues related to identity development, coming out to family and friends, relationships and dating, gender transitioning, social stigma, religion, queer life in Greenville ... and everything in-between! We will additionally focus on communication and how we relate to one another. If you are interested, please call 328-6661 and ask to speak with Dr. Kaden “ks” Stanley or Dr. Andréa Cantarelli, or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com
This group is a safe environment where one may develop more self-awareness and grow personally while exploring oneself in relationship with others. Presenting concerns frequently include: anxiety, social anxiety, depression, peer relations as well as romantic relations, and family issues that have impacted self-concept (among many others.) Basically, people who are motivated to work on improving some aspect of themselves can benefit from this experiential learning opportunity. Often members benefit by finding effective ways to connect and communicate with others while addressing their own personal concerns. For more information or to talk about joining this group, please call the Center for Counseling and Student Development (328-6661) and ask for Dr. Christi Mobley.
The purpose of this group is to provide a framework through which students who are facing grief and loss may better understand the thoughts and feelings they are experiencing. Grief is a natural and necessary journey that follows the loss of a loved one. Whether you lost someone recently or many years ago, this group will provide a safe environment for you to explore what your grief journey entails, and where you are on the path to healing. For more information or to talk about joining this group, please call the Center for Counseling and Student Development (328-6661) and ask for Dr. Christi Mobley.The Center for Counseling and Student Development welcomes YOU to inquire specifics about group offerings and/or make suggestions for future groups!
|Mon., May 27, 2013, 8:00 AM
State Holiday (no classes)
|Fri., May 31, 2013, 8:00 AM
Last day for undergrads to drop/withdraw
|Fri., May 31, 2013, 8:00 AM
Last day undergrads apply for second sum
|Wed., Jun 12, 2013, 5:00 PM
Last day for grad students to drop
|Tue., Jun 18, 2013, 8:00 AM
Classes end. Last day for grade replace