Peer Counseling Club
The Student-to-Student Peer Counseling Club
was founded in January of 2012, and is designed to provide empathy
training to college students. Upon successful completion of
training, students will receive a certificate and will be able to
meet one-on-one with fellow students as a certified Peer Counselor.
Although empathy is a skill basic to counseling and psychotherapy,
the training does not seek to train people in practicing
psychotherapy – nor does it qualify any of our students to do so.
Rather, it offers training in specific skills that are helpful and
necessary in any situation regarding a thorough understanding of
others and their feelings.
To find more information about the
Peer Counseling Club, including a schedule with available walk-in hours, please
visit us here.
The Psychology Club at Grossmont College
provides students with a community of people who are interested in
psychology as a science as well as ample opportunities to learn more
about psychology through on and off campus events. Past events
have included career and graduate student panels, movie screenings,
and brain dissections.
The Psychology Club meets on the
second and fourth Monday of each month at 5:00 PM in the club room
(60-206). For more information, please contact us
SPRING 2014 EVENTS
- Graduate Student Panel on Monday, March 10th at
San Diego Race for Autism on Saturday, March
- Film Screening of It's Kind of a Funny Story
on Thursday, March 27 at 4PM, 21-235