FIND YOUR PACK
Starting your college career can be a big transition for some people. This group will provide support, guidance, and community around common issues and concerns that can arise during the transition from high school to college:
This is a FREE group resource for NCSU freshmen/first year students. The group will meet IN PERSON every week for 6 weeks. This is an OPEN group, meaning that we hope you can attend all sessions but are happy for you to attend the ones you can. Sign Up/Registration will be ongoing throughout the course, but will be limited to 8 people.
Dates: Mondays; Oct 24th - Nov 28th, 2022
Time: 4:30-530 PM EST
Location: Creasman Counseling; 715 W Morgan St. Raleigh NC
If you'd like to join, please click the sign up button and complete a brief form. If you have questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
This group will be facilitated by Master's Level Mental Health Interns at Creasman Counseling.
Hello! I’m a current Masters Student at NC State in the Clinical Mental Health Counseling Program. The bulk of my current work is in various aspects of identity development such as racial, religious, sexuality, and self-concept. I also work with concerns such as interpersonal relationships, social issues, and trauma. I have a background in Sociology, African American Studies, and Women’s Studies. I am naturally drawn to an existential, narrative, and feminist approach, but I pull from other theories such as CBT and internal family systems. People always say that college is supposed to be the best four years of your life, but it can feel quite intimidating without the tools to navigate all the change. I am looking forward to being even a small part of that support system as you enter into this next chapter of your life.
Hi there! I'm a current Masters Student at NC State University in the Clinical Mental Health Counseling program. I currently work with a diverse population of clients and concerns, including trauma, ADHD/Autism, anxiety/panic, depression, chronic pain, interpersonal relationships, and various aspects of identity development (LGBTQIA+, Self-Concept, Career, etc). Before my role at Creasman, I worked as a career counselor GA at NCSU's career development center, working primarily with students in the College of Sciences, Engineering, and Humanities and Social Sciences. I apply an integrative approach to therapy, pulling from DBT, ACT, CBT, TF-CBT, Somatic Experiencing, and other Mindfulness-Based approaches, to ensure my clients get what they need from their therapy experience. I'm excited to continue supporting college students through navigating the academic, social, and career aspects of college as well as the changes you'll experience within yourself during this time.