The Counseling Center hosts various groups to support our
students and community. We are pleased to offer these groups on an
ongoing basis. Please check out our current groups, and contact us at (317) 924-5205 with any questions or interest.
Conversations for a Lifetime of Love
An 8 Week Relationship Enrichment Group For Same Sex
Couples. Based on the book Hold Me Tight: Seven Conversations for a
Lifetime of Love by Dr.Sue Johnson that will take place on Tuesdays,
6:30-8:00pm from August 27th-October 16th, 2013
Fees and Materials: $15.00 per couple (space is limited), per session,
the book Hold Me Tight: Seven Conversations for a Lifetime of Love is
Contact Andrea at (317) 931-2379 ext. 5127 or Adriano at (317) 931-2379 ext 5015 for more information and for initial interview
My Kid Is Unique: ADHD/ADD and Your Child
A support group for parents of children who have been
diagnosed with, or who have characteristics of ADHD/ADD to share, learn,
and gain support from one another. These sessions are free of charge
and will begin March 6, 2013 on Wednesdays from 7:30 pm to 8:30 pm.
register contact Vanessa Smith at (317) 931-2379 x5018 or by email at email@example.com
Stress and Anxiety Support Group
A weekly support group for people experiencing anxiety and
stress; learning new ways and skills to cope with worry and nervousness. Get empowered! Get in control of your worrying! Learn ways to be calmer! Enrollment is open and groups are forming.
Call (317) 931-2379 ext. 5015, for consultation and appointment.
Anger Support Group
Come join a supportive, safe group on Saturdays where
together we will learn new and healthy way of handling anger. New
groups forming in January 2013.Learn what actually happens within us when our anger is triggered. Gain new self-awareness of thoughts which trigger our anger. We will be supported in moving forward and learning new ways of self-control and responding vs. reacting.
Call for consultation and appointment
Andrea Ford: (317) 931-2379 ext. 5008 or Lindsay Miller:(317) 931-2379 ext 5028.
NAMI (the National Alliance on Mental Illness) offers a
program in which persons with mental illness and families of persons
living with mental illness learn from each others’ experiences, share
coping strategies, and offer each other encouragement, understanding,
and support. This group is open to all individuals with mental illness
or family members of individuals with mental illness. There is no charge
to attend this group. Monday nights from 6-8pm at the CTS Counseling Center.
More information is available from
317-931-2379 ext. 5002 or David 317-931-2379 ext. 5001
Want to start your relationship out strong? With all the activities of life, it's easy to lose sight of tending to
your relationship. Starting Strong is a good way to take care of the
important details that make up the rest of your life. At the CTS Counseling Center, we focus on making the transition from
“getting together” to a strong relationship with clear communication as
fun a learning environment as possible! In a group setting with other
couples you will watch videos of interactions, create goals and have an
opportunity to practice some of your new skills. In Starting Strong, our therapists will support you and your partner as
you look at: interacting with each other's families, identifying your
values, communicating effectively and clearly, nurturing physical and
emotional intimacy, and many other aspects of life together.
Groups are now forming.
Please call (317) 924-5205, or e-mail today.
Women and Anger Group
Please contact Deirdre Burton at (317) 924-5205 ext. 5003.