We offer many services that we encourage you to take advantage of:
Each semester the McClintock Center for Counseling and Psychological Services offers counseling and support groups. Like individual therapy, groups can help people make changes in their lives and can sometimes be more effective than individual counseling. Our groups are small and use a variety of approaches. Groups are often the ideal treatment for a variety of difficulties and problems. Please call 973-408-3398 for more information.
Interpersonal Counseling Group – Are you experiencing stress? concerns around your relationships? making decision? managing moods or emotions? This group allows members to discuss general issues that are of concern to them (emotions, relationships, family, etc.) in a confidential and supportive environment. Group is often the best treatment for a variety of difficulties and can be more effective than individual therapy. Group provides a safe, confidential space for healing and growth.
Recovering from Trauma – Are you having a difficult time dealing with a damaging event in your past? This group will help you learn about and cope with a trauma you have experienced. It will give you the chance to deal with the anger, guilt, sadness, and anxiety while feeling supported and supporting others who also feel alone and who want to learn how to manage these experiences.
Anxiety Group – Are you experiencing worry or nervousness that interferes with your life? This group focuses on giving members a supportive place to discuss and share ideas for coping with and reducing symptoms of anxiety and stress.
Undergraduate Mindfulness – Mindfulness is recognized as a empirically validated treatment for depression, anxiety, and emotional volatility. Regular mindfulness practice can be especially helpful when done in a group setting.
Ph.D. (Phinish your Degree) for Graduate Students – Pursuing a doctoral degree often presents a diverse mix of feelings and experiences that can range from ultra-high anxiety to the rare kind of joy associated with high-end accomplishments. This group is offered to doctoral students, at any stage in the process, who would like a safe and confidential place to share their thoughts, fears, and, at times, advice. And, it’s for those feeling stressed, overwhelmed, confused or immobilized by the dissertation process from prospectus through defense. Discover how to focus, relax, be productive, and meet your goals with group support. Contact Carol Gernat, 973-408-3398 (firstname.lastname@example.org).
For information regarding AA, SMART, Alanon, or other anonymous off-campus groups, Contact: Audra Tonero at 973-408-3318 (email@example.com)
For information regarding off-campus groups, off-campus individual counseling, pastoral counseling, or psychiatrists call Counseling and Psychological Services at 973-408-3398.
For additional information on off-campus groups or off-campus individual counseling, Contact: Jill Wiss, Administrative Assistant, Ext. 3398 or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Toll Free 1-877-760-4987
Everyday between 5:00 – 10:00 p.m
Forming in the Madison, N.J. area
For more information call Lorraine Lau 973-701-9468 or Amy Sharak at 908-522-0369
Meets the 2nd and 4th Monday of each month
Time: 7:30 p.m.
Place: Presbyterian Parish House
65 South Street, Morristown
For more information call: The Mental Health Association of Morris County: 377-9280
If you are in a crisis situation and the Counseling Center is closed, please call Public Safety at 973-408-4444
You can also call Morristown Memorial Hospital help line 973 540-0100
During the day, regular office hours are 9am-5pm M-F. If you are in crisis, come directly to the counseling center and wait for a counselor. It might be comforting to you, if you bring a friend with you. We are located on the South end of Drew University’s campus in Holloway Annex 21 adjacent to the Health Center across from the University Commons.