The George Mason University Center for Psychological Services held its Inaugural Fundraiser this past Saturday, June 3, at the Krasnow Institute on Mason’s Fairfax campus. Over 50 attendees came together to raise more than $5,000 to provide critical mental health services to serve our lowest income clients in the community.
The George Mason University Center for Psychological Services (GMU CPS) received a $7,000 grant from Inova Community Health Promotion Fund on Tuesday, April 11 to support evidence-based services in treatment and testing for low-income clients in the Northern Virginia community.
Holding a Giving Day expresses our belief in the power of broad-based support, especially from alumni. It's also a reminder that each and every person who sees the promise of George Mason University, its amazing faculty and enterprising students, can be a donor.
Whitney Hopler, a writer-in-residence for the GMU Center for the Advancement of Well-Being, addresses the importance of taking control over your fears in her article, "How to Transform Fear into Courage".
Join us Saturday, April 30th from 1:00-4:30pm for an educational workshop on finding freedom from disordered eating. Register at rockrecoveryed.org or select 'Read More' below for the registration link.
With the start of the New Year, we are continuing to promote positive mental health. All clients who enroll in Adult Therapy Services in January & February 2016 will receive a reduction in the rate for services at a rate of $40/session (a $30 reduction from our standard rate with no additional paperwork required).
We are currently recruiting for the following groups: Adult Social Anxiety, Social Anxiety for Teens, DBT Skills, DBT Skills for LGBTQ, and Adult Binge Eating. Please contact us if you are interested in any of these groups!