UCC Blog and News

If you think you know about groups, think again!

-Guest post from Joshua Ziesel, PsyD, Staff Psychologist and Groups Coordinator

The Counseling Center has worked very hard to increase its visibility on campus and reduce the stigma sometimes ...

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Seven Days Later

In the last seven days our campus has been reminded of the important and vitally necessary work that we have left to do as humans and members of a shared community.  Violence of action and ...

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Supporting Survivors of Sexual Assault

Guest Post by Sarah Broadhurst, Counselor/Advocate of the Safe Office

‘Their time is up,’ professed  Oprah Winfrey during her acceptance speech at the Golden Globes, joining a growing sea of ...

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In search of boredom

“To be bored is to be unafraid of our interior lives — a form of moral courage central to being fully human.”

As students finish their last assignments and leave for home and hopefully some ...

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Intentional silliness

‘Tis the season of coffee, blue books, yoga pants, and all-nighters.  Exam week is the culmination of a tough and stimulating semester for most students, and in the UCC is also means that it’s ...

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