Pace Says Relax (PLV)
The Counseling Center in Westchester invites you to try its new, state-of-the-art Relaxation Room and attend two new programs.
College can be tough sometimes, especially after several weeks into the start of a new academic year. That’s why the Counseling Center in Westchester is pleased to announce new programs and initiatives to aid students in their personal and academic lives:
Need a break? Stressed out? Having trouble sleeping? Make an appointment to visit the new state-of-the-art Relaxation Room and let your troubles fade away. The Relaxation Room includes a large massage chair, seasonal affective disorder (SAD) Lamp to improve sleeping patterns, emWave2 biofeedback software to reduce stress, a Buddha Board to relieve stress, and more. Access to the room is limited to one student per appointment, which lasts 30 minutes.
To book your appointment, call (914) 773-3710. A valid student ID is required. And if a massage chair isn’t enough to get you to there, students who visit the Relaxation Room through Monday, October 13, will receive a special prize.
This group is for survivors of sexual assault who are looking for a safe place to discuss concerns and various effects of the experience. We hope this group will provide an opportunity to discuss and process associated difficulties, which may include trust and intimacy issues, self-blame, shame and guilt, anxiety, depression, nightmares, flashbacks, and/or other concerns.
For more information, call (914) 773-3710 or drop by the Counseling Center, Administration Building, 2nd Floor, on Monday and Thursday afternoons.
Interpersonal Process Group
Relationships can be difficult. Come join us for a unique opportunity to meet weekly with peers and group therapy facilitators to help learn about and improve the relationships in your life. Share information and give and receive feedback all in a safe, supportive, and confidential setting! This weekly group therapy is free of charge for Pace students.
For more information, call (914) 773-3710 or drop by the Counseling Center, Administration Building, 2nd Floor.
For more info on the Pace Counseling and Personal Development Center in Westchester can be found on their Facebook page. Looking for NYC Counseling? Groups on stress management and understanding self and others can be found here.
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