Depression Support Group at Northeastern University | iHope Network
Support Group

Depression Support Group

Low mood is a catch-22 – the things that do the most to help you improve your mood are the most difficult to do. We don’t always feel vital and upbeat, but we can take steps that improve our mood and bring vitality to our lives.

Northeastern University Health & Counseling Services is partnering with iHope Network to provide a Depression Support Group to help you to recover your vitality.

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For maximum flexibility, the workshop is delivered through video conferencing – you connect with your group by video.

The support group is offered on Tuesdays at 5:30 pm EST, beginning on March 16.

Check out the calendar below for a preview of the topics. Feel free to use the resources under “Materials for Everyone” regardless of whether you plan to join us.

  • Where: via Video Conference
  • When: Tuesdays, 5:30pm – 6:30pm EST

You will learn the necessary skills for mending your mood, including:

  • learning how biology, health, and lifestyle influence mood
  • strategies for controlling mood through feeling awareness
  • how to improve your mood and maintain a better mood

Workshops are provided by iHope Network, not Northeastern University Health & Counseling Services. Northeastern University Health & Counseling Services has contracted with iHope to make these workshops available to the Northeastern Community at no cost.

 

Facilitated by:

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Erin Story, LICSW

Erin has experience working with clients with a wide variety of needs and diagnoses including depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, ADHD, and post traumatic stress disorder. The majority of her work has been serving adolescents and adults.

Interested in joining? Sign up today!

All participants must read and sign this informed consent document saying they understand the rules of the group.

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Contact us if you have questions

Email info@ihopenetwork.com or Call 800-225-0634