Hamilton Williams Campus Center #324
Delaware, Ohio 43015
2020 continues to be a difficult and trying year.
We are moving through a global pandemic which has changed our world. The pandemic has caused fear, isolation, powerlessness, and grief.
We are approaching a critical election in November which has continued to highlight the split in American society.
As murder and systemic racism of black people and people of color come to the forefront of the American media, we continue to be faced with the truth that our society is deeply flawed.
How do we, as students, move together (virtually) through this difficult time?
Counseling Service would like to provide opportunities for our students to have a safe and non-judgemental space to share our experiences during this unprecedented time.
Getting Through it Together is a virtual space which will meet for one hour each week on Mondays at noon.
Please bring yourself, and your lunch if you like, in order to share openly with other students who are moving through similar difficulties.
This space is not counseling or psychotherapy, it is a space for one student to connect to and support another.
Join the group by using this link: https://zoom.us/j/93386431782
*Please note, Getting Through it Together is being conducted by staff of Student Engagement and Success’ Counseling Services. They are facilitated with the understanding that the facilitators and CS are not engaged in rendering psychological services. If expert assistance is needed, the services of a competent professional should be sought. This space is not a psychotherapy treatment group. In addition, this space may not address all personal concerns. If you experience significant changes in mood or feel that you may require further assistance, please contact Counseling Services at 740-368-3145. If you need services outside of business hours, please call our on call therapist (866-564-1636) who is available 24/7/365. In case of an emergency, please contact your nearest emergency service. If you experience significant distress during this peer support space, please notify the presenter.