• Group Counseling

    If you are interested in any of the following groups, please schedule an orientation meeting by contacting Summer at 651.523.2204 or emailing her at counselinghealth@hamline.edu 

    Women’s Support Group 

    A support group for female identified students who are looking to share experiences and feel acceptance. The focus is on establishing positive connections with others and exploring the process of integrating one’s identity as a woman in self-affirming ways.  This group will provide a safe environment to discuss stressors, build relationships, and to give and receive support.  This group will meet on Tuesdays from 4 PM-5:30 PM all semester long.    

     Fake it ‘til you make it: Overcoming Social Anxiety  

     A half-educational/half-sharing group for undergraduate students who are looking to feel more confident in social situations.  This group will combine teaching/practicing skills and sharing experiences with group members.  If you are a student who is looking to assert yourself more effectively and communicate confidently with others, then this is the group for you.  This group will meet on Thursdays from 11:30 AM-12:30 PM (during convo hour) for 6 weeks.    

    Getting the Most Out of Your Relationships 

    Past and present interactions with others contribute to shaping personality. This type of group is often the treatment of choice for people who experience troubled relationships (with friends, family, or romantic relationships), loneliness, depression, anxiety, grief/loss, and low self-esteem. This group offers a safe environment to identify and explore feelings; to give and receive support and feedback; to practice new, healthier ways of relating to others; and to feel less lonely or isolated.  This group is intended for students of all genders.  The group will meet on Mondays from 1:30-3:00 PM all semester long.

     

     

     

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  • Hamline News

    From political science to English, professors gave different perspectives in analyzing the 2016 Republican National Convention (RNC). The four-day convention is not only the time to select the official party nominee, professors agreed, but also sets the tone for the presidential race that follows.

    The International and Off-Campus Programs office announces its transition to a full service Global Engagement Center starting this summer. 

    Hamline University is thrilled to announce it has received grants from the Joyce Foundation and William and Flora Hewlett Foundation's Madison Initiative totaling nearly $500,000. The grants will be used to help fund the Citizens Assemblies (CA) project. Created by Hamline Political Science Professor David Schultz.