Are you feeling like you have too much on your plate? Do you have a hard time expressing how you feel? Want to be able to constructively and effectively talk to your family and friends? Do you need someone to talk to?
The University of Akron's Clinic for Individual and Family Counseling is offering group counseling during the fall semester on anger and stress management for adults.
The sessions will be offered from 6:30 to 8 p.m. on Mondays and Wednesdays for 10 weeks, beginning Sept. 17.
These group counseling services cost $10 per session and will deal with effective stress management strategies and ways to constructively deal with anger. For more information, call 330-972-6822, or visit the Clinic for Individual and Family Counseling website.
Since 1986, the clinic has provided counseling services to Greater Akron and its surrounding communities. As part of UA's College of Education, the Clinic for Individual and Family Counseling trains both master's and doctoral degree-level students while at the same time providing quality, low-cost services to individuals, couples and families. These services deal with psychological, behavioral and even interpersonal and social aspects. The clinic is located on the second floor of the C.P. and Cornelia Chima Family Center at 27 S. Forge St., on the UA campus.
Story by Marisha Daniels
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