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Reasons to join a group

Group works! In studies comparing group to individual therapy, group therapy has been shown to be as effective and sometimes even more effective than individual therapy. Check out the kinds of groups offered at Roosevelt!

The following are brief descriptions of the groups currently offered at the Counseling Center. The details about when and where they are offered are located on our Groups Offered page.

Interpersonal Process Groups (IPGs) are for students seeking personal growth and social connection. Participants will help each other develop greater self-awareness and increased ability to develop satisfying relationships. The idea is that by interacting with others in a safe and trusting environment, participants can learn from each other, while giving and receiving support around the many personal issues that university students confront.

 

Some Reasons to Join an IPG

 

Reduces Isolation- You're Not As Different Or Alone As You Think Normalizes Experience - "It's Not Just Me, I'm Not Alone"

Supportive - Receive Support And Share Your Wisdom

Learn With. And From Other People

Function Better In Relationships

Learn And Practice New Skills

Understand Yourself Better

No Session Limits!

 

An IPG Could Help If You Are…

 

 Isolated Or Depressed

Shy And Easily Embarrassed

Troubled By Relationships / Communication

Wanting To Connect With Others Like You

Seeking To Improve Interpersonal Effectiveness

Seeking To Understand Why You Act The Way You Do

 

 

 

Roosevelt University Counseling Center
430 S. Michigan Ave. AUD 462 - Chicago, IL 60605
1400 N. Roosevelt Blvd. Rm 114 - Schaumburg, IL 60173 - (312) 341-3548