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Group Process at Integrity House with Pillar Students

Thirty Students from the Psychology and Counseling program (BLEND, LEAD, Traditional Newark and Somerset) of Pillar College participated in the Group Process last Friday, October 14th at the World Impact Building from 6 to 10 p.m.  There were 145 Clients in attendance.
The students were instrumental in leading the Groups with Clients from the various Therapeutic Communities, including Integrity House, CURA, and Delaney Hall.  BLEND students conducted a Spanish speaking group which was well received, in addition, a student acted as interpreter for the proceedings.

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