Naropa Counseling Center Group Therapy

Group Counseling

 

Group Counseling

Suicide Survivors support

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How to thrive, not just survive after the suicide of a loved one.

  • How do you talk to others?
  • Is life ever the same afterwards?
  • How do you reconnect with other family members? 
  • Where do you find meaning and purpose?

Discuss these and other important topics in a safe, confidential environment with other people who have experienced suicide loss.

Mondays, 5:30-7:00 p.m.

3400 Table Mesa Suite 102
Boulder, CO 80305

Open to community members, Naropa students, staff and faculty.

Call (303) 546-3589 or email counseling@naropa.edu for more information.

This group is led by experienced clinicians and will meet weekly to offer support, teach coping skills and build community.

Community Circle: A Free Group to Support Transition

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Feeling uprooted? Community Circle is a FREE group for people in transition. Between jobs, living situations, relationship...

Facilitated by Elizabeth Stahl, MA

Weekly Sessions on Tuesdays at 11:30-12:30 p.m.

Naropa University Community Counseling Center
3400 Table Mesa Drive, Suite 102, Boulder

To enroll, contact Elizabeth Stahl at elzmcg@me.com or call 646-573-0195

Elizabeth Stahl, MA - Psychotherapist
www.elizabethstahlpsychotherapy.com

Mindfulness Drop-In Group

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Become familiar with the natural movement and stillness of the mind. Learn and practice the basics of meditation in a supportive group setting led by experienced meditation instructors.

Tuesdays, 5:30-6:30 p.m.

Naropa University Community Counseling Center
3400 Table Mesa Drive, Suite 102, Boulder

Open to all

 Acu detox - drop in acupuncture 

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By utilizing five ear acupuncture point Acu Detox is used to reduce symptoms associated with cravings and withdrawal from drugs and alcohol by calming the nervous system and building inner resources resulting in a greater balance. It also has shown to benefit chronic stress conditions – PTSD, depression, anxiety, and disordered sleep. 

Tuesdays, 6:30-7:30 p.m.

3400 Table Mesa Suite 102
Boulder, CO 80305

Open to all, $5-10 SUGGESTED DONATION

HOPE & SUPPORT FOR ADULT SURVIVORS OF CHILDHOOD SEXUAL ABUSE

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WINGS believes that healing IS possible for ALL survivors. Our therapist-facilitated groups are ongoing, weekly, and donation-based, and we strive for connectedness, strength, hope, and powerful voice. We are located throughout Colorado and include groups for men, women, LGBTQ, and loved ones.

In WINGS groups, survivors focus on the struggles they are facing today as a result of their childhood sexual abuse and how to move forward, rather than continuing to be controlled by the past.

WINGS Foundation's mission is to break the cycle and heal the wounds of childhood sexual abuse by providing support services, education, and advocacy to adults.

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Starting September 10th, Wednesdays, 6:30-8:30 p.m.

Naropa University Community Counseling Center
3400 Table Mesa Drive, Suite 102, Boulder

18 yrs & up
Identify as female
Survivors of childhood sexual abuse

Interested in joining?

Please contact: WINGS Office, (303) 238-8660 ext. 105 to schedule a phone consultation
Website: www.wingsfound.org

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 Naropa University welcomes participants with disabilities. People with questions about accessibility or those who require disability accomodations should contact Joy Redstone at jredstone@naropa.edu or (303) 546-3570.

What Our Clients Say...

 "[The] authentic relating group was such a wonderful opportunity for me to learn and grow."