Support Groups and Programs

Resources, including support groups and programs, for a variety of mental health and wellness topics


Educational Support Groups

Topical groups are offered each semester after assessing student interest. The emphasis is on acquiring new skills and gaining awareness that will promote individual growth. Groups are facilitated by a professional counselor.

Groups may  include:

  • Stress and meditation
  • Parent support group
  • Adult children of parents with health and mental health issues.
  • Using creative expression as means to personal growth

Before the group begins, you may meet individually with its facilitator(s). During this meeting, or at the first meeting, the group facilitator will provide you with information about what happens in group and answer any questions that you may have. 

To request a program, or if you are interested in utilizing other counseling services, such as consultation and referral, psychological assessment, psychiatric referral, or training programs please contact:

Laura Hempe, M.S. LPC
Director of Health Services
ljhempe@stritch.edu
(414) 410-4194

Mental Health Resources

ADD (attention-deficit disorder)/ADHD (attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder)

Alcohol Abuse

  • SAMHSA- Substance Abuse and Mental Health Administration
    samhsa.gov

Anxiety

Bipolar Disorder

Depression

Eating Disorders

Body Image

Body Image & Eating Disorders (for men)

Pregnancy/Parenting

PTSD

Relationships/Dating

Seasonal Affective Disorder

Sleep Disorders

Suicide

General Mental Health Sites