Please note: In compliance with guidance from the state, university system, and federal levels, the ASU Counseling Center is not offering in-person therapy groups until further notice. We are in the process of exploring potential options for group therapy via a secure telehealth platform, but cannot guarantee if/when this will be available. If you have questions about the group, please contact Audrey Stone, Group Therapy Coordinator.
Quick Access Virtual Workshops:
These “drop-in” virtual workshops are offered live weekly on Tuesdays at 3 pm. Recorded versions are also available on the Counseling Center’s YouTube channel and our Instagram (@appstatecounselingcenter.) Read more about each workshop below, and visit the Engage links to join!
Anxiety Toolbox: (May 19th, May 26th, and June 2nd at 3 pm): We can’t eliminate all stressors, but we can balance them with coping skills! This experiential and psychoeducational workshop will provide students who experience anxiety and stress-related issues with simple, effective coping skills they can incorporate into their lives to reduce distress and increase positive coping and self-care. Participation is not required but is encouraged. Sign into Engage to access live Anxiety Toolbox workshops on the dates listed above. You can also view the first session from our Youtube channel below:
HEALS [Healthy Emotions and Life Skills] (June 9th, 16th, 23rd, and 30th at 3 pm) This Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)-based workshop will teach effective strategies to enhance your life and well-being. You will learn practical skills that can be implemented immediately. Topics include being mindful in the present moment, regulating difficult emotions, being effective in interpersonal relationships, and coping well with difficult situations. Sign into Engage to access live HEALS workshops on the dates listed above. Also, you can view the first session from our YouTube channel below.
Kind Mind (July 7th, 14th, and 21st at 3 pm): Struggling to cope with the harsh, self-critical voice in your head? Struggling to treat yourself with kindness and grace? Join us for Kind Mind to practice skills that are shown to improve mood, support healthier self-esteem, and build compassion for yourself and others. Sign into Engage to access Kind Mind workshops on the dates listed above. You can also view the first session from our YouTube channel below:
Want to try group?
To learn more about groups or our Quick Access Virtual Workshops call (828) 262-3180, or email Audrey Stone, Group Coordinator.
The Counseling Center offers after-hours emergency coverage for urgent mental health concerns such as suicidal thoughts, sexual assault, and other trauma. Call the Counseling Center at (828)262-3180 and select the option to speak with the counselor on-call.