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Grief Therapy Group

Our grief group starts Monday, February 7th (4-5 p.m.) and will meet weekly, in-person, in the Reboot Center for 12 weeks. The group will be guided by the book "Understanding Your Grief" by Dr. Alan Wolfelt. Participants will receive a free copy of the book & the corresponding journal and be asked to read a chapter a week. Opportunity to share, insights, thoughts, and feelings during the group time will be given but participant can join in as they feel comfortable. If you are interested in joining this group, please schedule a screening session with Meg Baker prior to the first group meeting by calling University Counseling Services at 405-744-5458.

 

Grief & Loss Calendar

Here is a snapshot of the next four events in our Grief & Loss programming. New events are being scheduled regularly so please check back to see if something new would meet your needs. You may also schedule a presentation for your organization or department by utilizing the "Request a Presentation" below. 

 

 

For a full list of all our Grief & Loss programming check out our full event calendar here.


Outreach Presentations

As a service to students, faculty, and staff we offer presentations over subjects related to grief & loss and suicide awareness & prevention.  To request a presentation please complete the online form below and we will contact you to schedule your presentation and discuss specific details related to your request.

 

Current Presentations: 

  • It's Real: College Students and Mental Health

    This presentation, created by the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, will include a video viewing and short discussion. The 17-minute video “conveys that depression and other mental health conditions are real illnesses that can be managed through specific treatments and interventions. It encourages students to be mindful of the state of their mental health, to acknowledge and recognize when they are struggling, and to take steps to seek help.” 

  • Demystifying Mental Health

    What is “mental health” anyways? For many of us, this topic feels vague and nebulous. This presentation takes you through what mental health care looks like on a practical level and gives an in-depth view of counseling from a counselor-in-training.

  • Talk Saves Lives: An Introduction to Suicide Prevention

    This presentation, created by the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, covers the general scope of suicide, the research on prevention, and what people can do to fight suicide. Participants will learn common risk factors and warning signs associated with suicide, and how to keep themselves and others safe.

  • Grief Across Cultures

    This presentation will give an overview of how culture influences the way we grieve. A focus will be placed on misconceptions surrounding grief and the importance of grief rituals across cultures. We discuss ways to be culturally aware and supportive to the bereaved. Finally, an overview of campus resources will be provided.


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