Confidentiality is required in all groups. Some are free; others cost $5 - $7/session, billed to student accounts; financial aid is available. If the start date has passed, call 609-497-7844 or come by Scheide Hall to register for the next round. Click on each group as more information may be available. 

Men's Group: Several therapists in the Princeton area are available to facilitate groups for seminary men (and seminary students' spouses) who seek sobriety from compulsive sexual behavior such as viewing internet pornography. 


Spirituality and Creativity Group Anyone interested in accessing and enjoying their God-given creativity more fully will find kindred spirits and much encouragement by participating in a group on Julia Cameron’s best-selling book, The Artist’s Way: A Spiritual Path to Higher Creativity. The book is a helpful guide for becoming free of self-limiting beliefs and behaviors that block one’s confidence, creativity, and productivity. Cameron’s approach is thought-provoking and fun. The exercises and questions at the end of the chapters can easily be incorporated into retreats in ministry contexts.

The group will benefit students and spouses who have specific artistic interests as well as those who simply want to approach life with more imagination, energy, and inspiration.  This group is a great way to get to know others and a deepening experience for friends to share.

The group facilitator is a M.Div. Senior who is passionate about the interface between spirituality and creativity. There is no fee but you will need the book (don’t buy a used one). The group will meet weekly on campus beginning September 12th, Thursdays's from 12:00 - 1:30 pm in the Gambrell Room, Scheide Hall.  Groups zie limited to six.  For more information, contact the facilator at


Two-Part Procrastination and ADHD Seminar:These seminars are scheduled when enough students express interest. They are held on campus on Saturdays and led by Dr. Ralph Piper.

Self Quest: Talk with the Director of Student Counseling about this free, online course by Dr. Margaret Paul, based on the "Inner Bonding" integration and journaling process for ongoing dialogue between our core self, our "autopilot self", our loving adult self, and God.


Twelve Step On and Off Campus Groups 

Including the following groups on campus:

Alanon meets in the SGA room, on the second floor of the Mackay Center, Wednesdays 4:30-5:30 PM for whose loved one is/was involved in an addiction. Additional area groups are listed at the bottom of this page.

Meditation and Recovery meets in the SGA room, Saturdays 11:30-1:00 and includes learning and practicing meditation with others who are pursuing some kind of recovery. Self-disclosure is voluntary.