Stress Management Group
The LSE Student Counselling Service is running a 3-week group which looks at developing new coping strategies to manage anxiety, stress and panic attacks. This group is relevant if you are feeling stressed and finding it difficult to concentrate, particularly if you are feeling anxious about exams and essays.
The group meets on Thursdays 11.00am to 1.00pm
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Places on groups must be booked in advance- please contact the office to book a place. These small groups will have no more than twelve people in them. Participants need to be able to attend each session of the group and stay for the whole session.
Long-term therapy groups
Long-Term Therapy Group
This is a new and long-term psychotherapy group open to all students. It is particularly helpful for people with difficulties making or maintaining relationships; family problems past or present; and ongoing difficulties, for e.g. depression or anxiety. Group members will be able to explore, with each other, problems, feelings and concerns at an in-depth level in a safe and confidential setting. The group will be facilitated by Claire Barnes an experienced therapist.
This psychotherapy group will meet Wednesdays 3 - 4.30pm
For more information to find out about how long-term psychotherapy groups work please click here.
Ongoing PhD Group:
This group offers a space in which students can look at a range of issues connected with the experience of doing doctoral research work. The group also provides an opportunity to gain understanding of the impact of different personal, familial, institutional and cultural stressors on themselves and their work.
The group meets on Thursdays 2.30pm to 4.00pm.
For information about longer term groups, please click here .
If you are interested in taking up a place in any group, please visit us in KSW.507 or make contact via student counselling or 020 7852 3627.
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