The UCC offers a variety of groups for undergraduate, graduate and professional school students each semester. While many of our groups run open-endedly, many of our offerings change semester to semester. The list below is a description of groups commonly offered at the UCC and you should speak with your primary counselor about group if you are interested in participating in the group program.
Membership in a group is by referral only. All students are referred to group by their primary counselor at the UCC. If you do not have a primary counselor and want to access our group therapy program please walk in to the UCC Monday through Friday from 8am to 4pm and speak with an on call counselor who will assist you in getting into group. Group counseling is a very effective and efficient way to deal with many of the concerns that face undergraduate, graduate and professional school students. Our group program is by referral only and all students in our groups have an assigned primary counselor.
Groups typically offered:
Building Social Confidence Group
For undergraduates and non-teaching graduate students facing anxiety in social situations.
Understanding Self and Others Group
For undergraduates who are interested in understanding relationships.
For undergraduate and non-teaching graduate students interested in learning mindfulness, distress tolerance, emotion regulation, and acceptance skills.
Issues with the Family
For undergraduate and non-teaching graduate students to address issues with the family of origin.
Graduate Student Relationship Group
For graduate students who wish to explore personal relationships.
For undergraduate students to explore relationships and family relationships.
Journey to Healing Group
A healing group for undergraduate and graduate women who are survivors of sexual violence.
Men’s Process Group
For graduate and non-traditional undergraduate male students interested in exploring their inner-self, being able to freely express their emotions and relating with other males in a healthy way.
Empowering Young Women’s Group
For female undergraduates and non-teaching graduates age 18-25 to focus on family of origin and interactions with others.
Understanding Self & Others with Art Therapy Group
For undergraduate students to explore relationships, family, and life transitions with art therapy.
Black Student Empowerment Group
A safe space for undergraduate and non-teaching graduate students to discuss stressors such as academics, relationships, family, discrimination, incorporating essential elements of ethnic identity.
Out & About Group
For LGBQ undergraduates and non-teaching graduate students who are interested in exploring relationship issues, life transitions, and decisions related to sexual orientation.
Art of Coping
For students who are in crisis or high distress that need to be quickly stabilized by teaching distress tolerance, creating safety plans, and/or engaging in chain analysis.
Body Wellness Group
Process group with use of art therapy for women, 18-25, interested in improving body image.
For those who wish to grieve the loss of a loved one.
Women’s Graduate Relationship Group
For graduate students who want to explore personal relationships.