Campus Resources

University Health and Counseling Services

Groups Offered for Fall 2013

If you are interested in joining a specific group please call the main UHCS number at (617) 373-2772. Some groups are drop-in, others require a pre-group meeting with the facilitator to make sure the group meets your needs. If you are interested in receiving group updates by email, send an email to UHCS@neu.edu and place "GROUPS" in subject line. Groups are for Northeastern students ONLY.

  • Be SMART (Wednesdays 2-3pm): Four sessions to learn and practice time management skills. Starts September 25th.
  • Survival Skills for the Overwhelmed (Wednesdays 12p-1pm): Five sessions to help students better understand their emotions. Starts October 9th.
  • Relationship Issues (Thursdays 2–3pm): For students interested in learning about themselves and improving their relationships with others. Starts September 26th.
  • Depression and Anxiety (Thursdays 4-5pm): Find support, create personal change, and connect with others within a safe, confidential, and non-judgemental setting. StartsSeptember 26th

Center for Spirituality, Dialogue, and Service

Support Groups

An Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) group meets year-round on Fridays 6-7pm (excluding the week between Christmas and New Year's). Groups meet weekly in the Reflection Room adjacent to the Sacred Space on the 2nd floor of Ell Hall. Groups are open to both the NU community and the general public (not to classroom observers).

For more information, contact Center for Spirituality, Dialogue, and Service at 617-373-2728 or the AA Central Service Committee for Eastern Massachusetts at (617) 426-9444, or www.aaboston.org

ViSION (Violence Support, Intervention, and Outreach Network)

NU Public Safety

Northeastern Eating and Weight Concerns Project-NEWCOPE

Residential Life

Office of Student Conduct and Conflict Resolution

Office of Institutional Diversity and Equity