Do you ever feel totally alone with your anxiety, stress, or depression?
Do you ever feel that others have their life together but your life is falling apart?
Do you ever wish you could connect with people in a more authentic manner?
Has anxiety, stress, or depression taken over your life?
The Solidarity Group meets every other week on Wednesdays, 4pm, in Farrell Hall, room 204. Spring dates: Feb 7th, Feb 21st, March 7th, March 21st, April 4th, April 18th, May 2nd.
Come learn about tips and tools to deal with these issues. Be present to hear other students share their struggles and their successes as they courageously cope. Be open to sharing your own struggles and successes; so much healing comes from mutual sharing.
Here is what a fellow student said about her experience (used with permission):
|“The solidarity group was a great experience and I look forward to future meetings. If I’m being honest, I had never talked to any of the people that were in that room, and it surprised me how many of them were able to relate to the same things that I go through as most of them don’t seem like “the type” to have anxiety. But, I guess just as how I put on a mask and don’t allow others to know what I go through, the same could be said for them. It was so freeing and refreshing to tell people my own age what I suffer through sometimes, and how my stories didn’t seem like a burden as they know exactly what I’m going through. I look forward to future meetings!”|
–Doug Scott, MA, MSW, LCSW
–Vanessa Garcia, MA, LCP