University Counseling and Testing Service

Groups for Summer 2015

The ISU Counseling and Testing Service offer a variety of weekly groups in order to meet the various needs of the diverse students we serve. Groups are a powerful way to bring about meaningful change in the interpersonal, emotional, or personal challenges we face. We encourage students to utilize these services as they work toward overcoming difficulties and improving their lives. Contact the ISU Counseling & Testing Service at (208) 282-2130 to schedule an appointment with one of our counselors to discuss joining a group.

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Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)

This group focuses on mindfulness, interpersonal effectiveness, distress tolerance, and emotional regulation skills. Individuals who have difficulty managing intense emotions, stressful life events, problematic relationships, or act impulsively may benefit from learning DBT skills.

Thursdays 2:00 - 3:30

Mindfulness Meditation

This group is open to students, staff, faculty, and community members to join together for mindfulness meditation. Participants will guided through a 20 minute meditation and a brief discussion. No experience with meditation necessary to attend, and no need to commit to the entire series.

Pond Student Union - Clearwater Room (Pocatello Campus)
Fridays 12:15 - 12:45p.m. (No meeting July 3rd)

For more information on our groups, please contact a counselor at: (208) 282 - 2130

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Mission

The University Counseling and Testing Service serves Idaho State University with a dual mission. Our counseling services mission is to support the academic, emotional, social, vocational, spiritual, cultural, and professional development of students and other members of the ISU community by offering counseling, assessment, outreach, consultation, training, and educational and health promotion services. Our testing services mission is to initiate and provide a secure, professional, and proctored testing environment to meet individual, University, and community needs for admission, certification, licensure, correspondence, course placement, job placement, and academic course exams.

Values

We support and affirm the University's core values of learning, diversity, engagement, leadership, responsiveness, and responsibility. In so doing, we commit to a counseling and testing work environment that is welcoming and comfortable for all individuals, regardless of race, sex, gender, ethnic background, age, sexual orientation, spiritual identification, national origin, or disability. We further commit to an ethical, efficient, and wise use of both our fiscal and human resources in support of our dual mission.

Learning Outcomes

The University Counseling and Testing Service plays a critical role in the educational, health, and wellness missions of Idaho State University. Our learning outcomes reflect our commitment to the safety and success of all ISU Students.
Learning Outcomes


IDAHO STATE UNIVERSITY

921 South 8th Avenue
Pocatello, Idaho, 83209