growth and enrichment groups
Led by The Center for Integrative Counseling and Psychology
For more information, contact
Mental Health and Faith
6:30 – 8:00 p.m., Reed 205
How does our well-being impact our lives? Our relationships? Our work? Our faith? Dr. Brad Schwall and Dr. Carrie Davidson of The Center will offer insights and tips into navigating through challenges while building resilience and well-being. Learn about the signs of depression and anxiety. Understand how substance dependence progresses and impacts life and relationships.
January 19-May 4
6:30-8:00 p.m., Reed 302
Enhance and strengthen your marriage relationship in this focused and practical class led by Evan Buja, LPC, therapist at The Center. We follow by the Marriage Core curriculum learning, discussing, and applying practical principles and strategies that can improve our marriages helping us constructively deal with common challenges while strengthening our closeness and support for each other.
Evan Buja, LPC, The Center
January 19-February 23
6:30-8:00 p.m., Activities Parlor (Activities Bldg, Level 2)
If you have an adult child, a spouse, a friend or another family member who is struggling with substance abuse, depression or anxiety, difficulty getting established, or any other crisis or challenge, join us and learn principles and strategies for being supportive while setting boundaries. We’ll discuss boundaries, setting limits, providing support, knowing how and where to get help, dealing with frustrations and guilt, and communication. This group offers the opportunity to build skills and gain principles for loving and helping while taking care of your own needs and well-being.
Robin Gulley-Crow, LCSW, The Center
Parenting with Purpose
Dr. Brad Schwall and Dr. Carrie Davidson of The Center
In this 3-week series we will cover practical tips on relevant topics for parents.
January 19, 26 and February 2
6:30-7:30 p.m., Reed 205
January 19 – Kids and Screen Time
How much is too much screen time? What are the impacts of TV, video games, and social media? How can we set realistic and enforceable limits? We will share how we may encourage safety, good decision-making, and a healthy balance about social media and screen-time.
January 26 – Encouraging Respect and Responsibility through Effective Guidance, Discipline, and Limits
“Discipline” comes from the word “disciple.” Our job as parents is to nurture, guide, and teach. What does this mean practically speaking in daily struggles like bedtime, morning routines, and engaging cooperation? Join us for practical strategies that will help you have peace in your home while preparing your child for life.
February 2 – Encouraging Success and Confidence in School
We will discuss how challenges, such as perfectionism, low self-esteem, anxiousness, or ADHD may be barriers to reaching potential at school and what parents can do to support and encourage their children. You will learn practical strategies, such as routines, teacher collaboration, and communication with your child to help them be confident and successful at school.