Spring 2021 Guide and COVID-19 information

Groups/Workshops

The Counseling Center is offering some virtual groups this semester on a variety of topics—just call our office at 607-753-4728 to get connected. We also have partnered with Health Promotion to offer weekly Virtual Meet-ups for students. In addition, if you are seeking support groups off campus, we have information on those resources as well.

Mind and Body Compassion Group

This virtual psychoeducation discussion-based group is designed to help you increase understanding of yourself through the lens of the mind-body connection, enhance self-compassion through a mindfulness-based approach, and foster connections with others who have shared goals. Takes place Thursdays at 4:30-5:30 p.m.; call us for more information.

Mindfulness Meditation Group for Beginners

Learn how to be more fully present and engaged in the moment, which can help reduce your daily stress and anxiety as well as improve your overall health. For more information, please contact: Robyn.forster@cortland.edu or Kathryn.gallup@cortland.edu

Resiliency Workshop

Personalize the meaning of the term “resilience." Learn productive ways to handle difficult situations, reduce vulnerability to stress, and enhance your sense of control. For more information, please contact Roueida.ghadban@cortland.edu and Ester.edelman@cortland.edu from the Counseling Center. Time and dates TBD.

Virtual Support Groups

Advocates is now offering several virtual support groups via Zoom. These include mental health support groups as well as social and recreational groups.