We're #KnoxProud to announce that senior Jarrelyn McCall has made #KnoxHistory by breaking Knox College Women...
Explore other offices & services
175 West Knox Street
Galesburg, IL 61401-4999
Group sessions can be a very powerful therapeutic experience. They are facilitated by one of our counselors and present a way for students to learn from their peers and recognize that they are not alone. Group members will be able to hear other perspectives, provide/receive support, and apply new coping techniques, all in a confidential setting.
Students can join our groups at any time so long as there are seats available. They can be psychoeducational (focuses on educating clients about their areas of concern and developing best practices for the individual) or process (assist individuals in identifying more about who they are and the role they play in their life regarding the topic, along with developing best practices for themselves).
An intake or a group assessment session with a counselor is required before joining a group. You can schedule this by contacting Counseling Services at 309.341.7492 or email@example.com.
If you are interested in a particular group, mention it to the counselor during your session. If you are already seeing a counselor, feel free to voice any interest in a group during a regular session.
Please contact Counseling Services at 309-341-7492 if you have any questions about a group.
This is a group for students who experience a depressed mood that interferes with their everyday life. The focus will be on education and practical techniques. Each session will have a topic, but will adjust to the needs of group members that week.
This is group for students who experience excessive anxiety or worry. The focus will be on shared experiences and practical techniques. Each session will adjust to the needs of group members that week.
"Don't Touch My Hair" is a group designed for black identifying women to discuss and support each other regarding the complexities of navigating being a black woman at a predominantly white institution and in the world.
This group focuses on improving self-esteem and self-confidence through learning and practicing practical tools and strategies that will help students get to know themselves and achieve their goals.
This group focuses on the positive benefits of artistic creation as a healthy coping mechanism. Art has been shown to relieve stress and decrease symptoms of anxiety and depression. Not artistic? No problem! This group isn't about talent, but rather about finding balance through self-expression.
This is a group for individuals who are survivors of sexual trauma. This group provides a safe space for students to receive support and discuss their trauma without fear of being judged.
If you are experiencing a mental health crisis, come to Counseling Services during business hours. After business hours call Campus Safety (309.341.7979) or call 9-1-1. Click Crisis Sessions for more information.