Geneva College

Student Life

Support Groups


Currently Available Growth and Support Groups:

  • Men's Group

    A growth and support group to promote healthy sexuality for men.
  • PREPARE/ENRICH

    P/E is a nationally recognized program for helping engaged couples prepare for marriage or helping newly-weds enrich the marriages they have already begun. At this time couples can request to go through the P/E program with a counselor who is trained and certified to facilitate it; furthermore, we are offering the P/E program in a group setting as well. If you are interested in attending please contact the counseling center for further information.
  • HUSH

    HUSH is a support group for women who have experienced sexual, physical, and/or emotional abuse in their past--either recent or several years ago.
  • A Way Out

    This group is for both men/women who struggle with unwanted same sex attraction and are seeking support, encouragement, and accountability.
  • Recreating You

    This group is for women who want to address issues of self esteem and body image. The goal is to learn to make peace with your body the soul.
  • Got Stress?

    A growth group to learn positive coping skills to managing life stressors. Open to both male and female students..

Potential Support Groups:

If there is a group you would like to attend but do not see listed as available above please contact the Counseling Center and request it. While we cannot ensure its immediate availability, we value your feedback and will seek to add groups, whenever possible, that reflect those requested.

Please check back regularly as more support groups will likely be added as the semester continues.

Confidentiality

It is important for you to know that your participation and the personal information that you share as part of a support group is confidential. All members upon entering the group are required to agree to and sign a confidentiality contract. If a member were to violate another member's confidentiality this is taken extremely seriously and the member will be asked to terminate their membership in the group.