Santa Clara University

Counseling & Psychological Services

SPECTRUM DROP-IN DISCUSSION GROUP

Wednesdays, 5:00-6:00pm

Please DROP-IN and join us for a weekly, confidential discussion and supportive exploration of the common struggles and unique opportunities for growth that many Santa Clara University students with sexual or gender identity differences share.

Common discussion topics include:
· Dating, relationships and intimacy
· Coping with anxiety, discrimination and prejudice
· Coming out and building self-esteem
· Developing spirituality
· Making and maintaining friendships
· Family stress

When do we meet? We are not currently meeting due to summer, but please check back for our Fall start date
Where? Cowell Health Center Conference Room (use side entrance located across from Casa Italiana)
Why? To connect, laugh and learn with others like you

Feel free to drop-in on Wednesdays. There is no commitment, so stop by and check out what we're all about.

To learn more, feel free to contact group facilitators and SCU staff members Don Capone at dcapone@scu.edu / 554-4172 or Kim Tavares at ktavares@scu.edu

 

ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS

Santa Clara University, Benson 207A
Wednesdays, 5:00pm

This open AA meeting is not affiliated with Santa Clara University

For more information, call (408) 374-8511 or visit www.aa.org.
All correspondence is strictly anonymous.




COMMUNITY 12-STEP GROUPS

12-Step support groups offer a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from various struggles. The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop the behavior that is causing distress and discomfort. There are no dues or fees for most 12-step meetings and they are not run by professional counselors, but rather by individuals who are also in the program and are working toward their own recovery.

  • Overeaters Anonymous Help for individuals struggling with food issues, including the full spectrum from over-eating & binge eating to anorexia & bulimia
  •  Food Addicts in Recovery Help for individuals struggling with food issues, including the full spectrum from over-eating & binge eating to anorexia & bulimia


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