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Group Counseling

Group counseling sessions provide individuals the chance to work through mental health issues in a supportive group. Group sessions are led by a team of two therapists in a safe and confidential setting. See specific group descriptions below for details on appropriate ages, topics, and dates. Prices are determined on a sliding scale with no one turned away for lack of funds. Appointments can be made by calling (504) 864-7858 or by emailing LCCE@loyno.edu; call for a free and confidential phone consultation.


Coping with the Chaos of the Moment

Therapeutic support group for adults (18+) looking to reflect, connect, grow, and cultivate safety within.

Guided by Sarah Zoghbi and second clinician (TBD).

 

Mindful Relationships Therapy Group

Interpersonal process and therapeutic growth group for adults (18+) looking to explore and improve their relationship patterns.

Monday night group (5:30-7:00 PM) guided by Renée Floer & Tyler Jones

Thursday night group (5:30-7:00 PM) guided by Callie Millington & Soren Ramsey.

Image is a golden background with maroon lettering that reads Do you want to improve your relationships? Mindful relationships therapy group. Group therapy is an effective way to address relational concerns. In a safe and structured environment, join others in exploring your relationship patterns and learn to connect more deeply, meaningfully, and joyfully with friends, family, co-workers, and romantic partners. 504-864-7858. $10-30 Sliding Scale. Thursdays, 5:30-7:00pm. Loyola Center for Counseling Education. There is an image of the Loyola University of New Orleans Center for Counseling and Education logo at the bottom of the flyer, it features the silluette of the chapel and quad. Quality Mental Health Treatment and Education.

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