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Psychological Services is proud to offer an Exploring Masculinity Group, beginning October 20, 2020 and happening every Tuesday and Thursday until the end of the quarter.

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New Online Support Groups

Drop-in Social Support Groups now available for Fall 2020

We'll be running a series of drop in groups throughout the week.  "Drop-in Social Support Group" For students who are looking for some social connection during a time of increased isolation. 

Drop-in Social Support Group Mondays on Zoom 4-5pm: Meeting ID: 977 4583 6182 Passcode: 089562

 Drop-in Social Support Group Thursdays on Zoom 10:30-11:30 am: Meeting ID: 976 5692 2672 Passcode: 965747

 Drop-in Social Support Group Fridays on Zoom 10-11am :  Meeting ID: 969 7126 4724 Passcode: 593472

Exploring Masculinity Group

 expoloring masculinity

Every Tuesday from Noon - 1 p.m.  Zoom Meeting ID: 983 3160 7455 Passcode: 671857

Every Thursday from 1 p.m - 2 p.m  Meeting ID: 976 8125 8292 Passcode: 235229

Do you identify as a man or male? Do you struggle with your personal identity? Come to our group where we explore what it means to be a man in the world today, the definition of masculinity, and cultivate a sense of self. Join us in discussing topics related to:

  • Self-Esteem
  • Relationships
  • Body Image
  • Stress
  • Family Concerns
  • Social Roles
  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Sexuality
  • Communication Skills
  • Loneliness
  • Identity Exploration

Previous Events: Fall 2018 and Spring 2019


knittersBy accepting this skein of yarn, you will be challenged to create an artwork in consideration of the plight and well-being of an OTHER (such as a friend in need, a DREAMER student or a parent who is ill, etc.) with the goal of giving your artwork to this OTHER.

It is hoped that as you work on the artwork, you yourself will:

  • Slow down
  • Take time away from electronic stimulation
  • Spend time with others in conversation and interaction while you work
  • Develop the capacity to be alone should you choose to work on your own
  • Discover your ability to use your hands to create something beautiful
  • Be curious about the OTHER in the community

Are You Looking for Crisis Counseling or Help Services?

For information about Crisis Counseling or to make an appointment with a Psychological Services therapist, please contact the Psychological Services Department at (408) 864-8868.

You can also find information about Crisis Counseling and Support resources outside of De Anza by visiting our Counseling resources list.

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