Department of Psychology, George Mason University
All groups are provided by students in George Mason University’s Clinical Psychology Doctoral program. Supervision is provided to clinicians by faculty members who are licensed clinical psychologists.
Clinicians will schedule intake sessions to meet with prospective clients to ensure that both the clinician and client believe the group would be a good fit for the client’s needs.
We are not currently offering any groups that will be starting soon, however, we typically offer several groups each school year. You can find a list of groups we usually offer below.
This group is designed for people whose persistent worries lead them to feel chronically anxious. Members learn how to focus their attention on the present to reduce anxiety that occurs when the mind wanders into the future or the past. Members also learn to recognize the types of thoughts that create anxiety, and use nonjudgmental acceptance to not get caught in cycles of anxiety that such thoughts can create.
Beginning Wednesday, Oct 16th
Are you bothered by: Meeting new people? Having to speak in front of others? Nervousness when talking to people? Anxious feelings when you are the center of attention? Worry that you've made a fool of yourself when you talk to others? The Social Anxiety Treatment Group is an opportunity to develop skills to better cope with your anxiety, based on the latest scientific research. You will learn to become more comfortable and less anxious in social situations, examine the ways you think about being negatively evaluated, and cope with anxious thoughts and feelings.
Beginning Thursday, Oct 10th
Do you find yourself eating large amounts of food in one sitting, especially when you're upset? Feeling little control over how much you eat? Not feeling able to stop after you start to eat? This group teaches coping skills to help you through times when you are upset.
Do you have strong emotions or impulsive behaviors that you have trouble managing? This group will incorporate dialectical behavior therapy skills to cope with and manage your intense emotions.
Do you want to enhance your thinking, identity, moral health, behaviors, emotions, relationships and sexual health? If so, consider enrolling in a new course especially for seniors offered through George Mason University's Center for Psychological Services to learn psychological principles to enhance your psychological health.
Do you find yourself frequently worrying about...School or job performance? Finances? Relationships with friends or family members? Responsibilities? If so, The Stress and Worry Coping Workshop can help you develop strategies to better cope with feeling these ways. You will learn skills to help...Manage worry and self-judgment, calm your mind and live in the present momen, and approach your personally valued goal.
Do you feel irritable, frustrated, or angry much of the time? Have a bad temper that’s hard to control? Feel that your anger interferes with your relationships with friends, significant others, or family. The Anger Management Group will teach empirically-based practical skills to help you manage your anger.