Open to student and spouses.  Confidentiality is required in all groups. Some are free; others cost $5 - $7/session, billed to student accounts; financial aid is available. If the start date has passed, call 609-497-7844 or come by Scheide Hall to register for the next round. Click on each group as more information may be available. 

 

Men's Group: Several therapists in the Princeton area are available to facilitate groups for seminary men (and seminary students' spouses) who seek sobriety from compulsive sexual behavior such as viewing internet pornography. 

 

Managing Moods Seminar: Learn proven skills for emotion regulation, distress tolerance, interpersonal effectiveness, and mindful living so you control your mind rather than your mind controlling you!  Helps with anxity, depression, and self-confidence.

 

Spirituality and Creativity Group: Are you interested in accessing and enjoying your God-given creativity more fully?  This group, led by an M.Div. Senior, will draw on Julia Cameron's engaging and enjoyable book, "The Artist's Way: A Spiritual Path to Higher Creativity."

 

Mindful Pathways to Wellness:  A series of one-hour, late-afternoon, self-care and learning experiences which will be fun and nourishing for body, mind, and spirit.  Facilitated by PTS Wellness Life Coach Julie Collins, and other on campus therapists.  Come when you can, Wednesdays or Fridays.


Two-Part Procrastination and ADHD Seminar: These seminars are scheduled when enough students express interest. They are held on campus on Saturdays and led by Dr. Ralph Piper. Watch for seminars on time and stress management.

Self Quest: Talk with the Director of Student Counseling about this free, online course by Dr. Margaret Paul, based on the "Inner Bonding" integration and journaling process for dialogue between our core self, our "autopilot self", our loving adult self, and God.

 

Twelve Step On and Off Campus Groups 

Including the following groups on campus:

Alanon meets in the SGA room, on the second floor of the Mackay Center, Wednesdays 4:30-5:30 PM for whose loved one is/was involved in an addiction. Additional area groups are listed at the bottom of this page.

Meditation and Recovery meets in the SGA room, Saturdays 11:30-1:00 and includes learning and practicing meditation with others who are pursuing some kind of recovery. Self-disclosure is voluntary.

An Adult Children of Alcoholics group may form.