RAP (Reflect, Affirm, and Process)
RAP is an opportunity to reflect about your experiences at Carleton, talk through the challenges with your peers, affirm you are not alone by collaborating with other students, and process it together with peers and our mental health therapists. This group is for all students looking for community, connection, and support throughout their time at Carleton. RAP group is a way to be proactive in your mental well-being. The therapists will guide weekly check-ins where you can bring current successes and challenges you faced throughout the week, get feedback and support, and learn skills to manage future weeks on campus. The RAP group consists of anywhere between 5-10 students. RAP will be facilitated by licensed therapists Kenneth Hanna, LICSW, and Leah Ernste, LPCC.
Contact Kenneth Hanna (khanna2) with questions or to register.
Location: SHAC Group Room (Davis 03) – Registration Required