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Potential Benefits of Group Counseling

Business Hours:
Monday thru Friday, 8:00am - 5:00pm
Appointment-Scheduling hours are Monday through Friday, 8:00am-12:00pm & 1:00pm-4:00pm
Phone: (512) 471-3515 - Student Services Building 5th Floor
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All groups are free and confidential.

  • Discover that you're not alone in how you feel
  • Learn from others who have similar problems
  • Gain multiple perspectives on your concerns from different group members
  • Feel more connected to others as group cohesion develops
  • Become more aware of yourself through genuine feedback from others
  • Pick up new interpersonal skills that you can use in your daily life
  • Internalize the lessons you've learned by helping others in the group

Groups and Classes


Drop-In Meditation Group


Tuesdays,  11:45pm - 12:20pm
1/21 - 5/5 (not meeting 3/17 during Spring Break)
Meets in the SSB 5th Floor
Mahajan

All CMHC groups are free and confidential.

This group is open to students, faculty and staff whether they have never meditated or have been practicing for years. The group can offer support for a new practice or an ongoing one. Chairs, cushions, and bolsters are available to help participants sit comfortably. Participants typically meditate for 25 minutes, take a break to ask questions, and continue meditating for the remaining time. Accommodations are made for late arrivals, so running late should not be a deterrent to participation.

Registration - Not necessary. Participants are not required to participate each week or for the entire session time and can drop in at their convenience.

For questions or more information - Contact Geeti Mahajan .


Drop-In Discussion Groups


  DROP-IN
Asian Voices @ UT

Tuesdays,  4:45pm - 6:15pm
1/28 - 5/5 (no meeting during Spring Break)

Bellmont 220A
Tao-Foster

Please note that discussion groups are not therapy groups, and this group does not meet at CMHC.
All CMHC groups are free and confidential.

This weekly discussion group is open to all students who identify within the broad spectrum of Asian/Asian American backgrounds (e.g., East Asian, South Asian, Pacific Islander, Middle Eastern, etc.).

The purpose of the group is to provide a safe and supportive atmosphere where students can connect and talk openly about their experiences of being an Asian/Asian American student at UT and what's going on in their lives. Common topics that arise in the group include, but are not limited to, identity, academics, experience of racism, navigating between Asian and American values and expectations, and any other topics that feel relevant to participants.

Light refreshments will be provided.

Registration - Not necessary. Participants are not required to participate each week or for the entire session time and can drop in at their convenience.

For questions or more information - Contact Amy Tao-Foster .

Wednesdays,  2pm - 3:30pm
2/5 - 5/6 (no meeting during Spring Break)
Meets in Gordon-White Building (GWB) room 4.112
Dodoo

Please note that discussion groups are not therapy groups, and this group does not meet at CMHC.
All CMHC groups are free and confidential.

This weekly discussion group is open to all Black-identified students, regardless of specific nationality or racial/ethnic background. The group provides a space for students to engage in safe, inviting, and authentic discussion around students' experiences as Black and African American students on the UT campus.

Students are welcome to discuss any and all topics that are relevant to their experiences, and privacy will be respected. Common topics include everything from how students experience race relations to career development and from students' reactions to cultural appropriation to sexuality and dating in the Black community.

Registration - Not necessary. Participants are not required to participate each week or for the entire session time and can drop in at their convenience.

For questions or more information - Contact Stephanie Dodoo.

Thursdays,  1pm - 2pm
1/30 - 3/12
Meets in Sanger Learning Center, JES A309
White/Rossi

Please note that discussion groups are not therapy groups, and this group does not meet at CMHC.
All CMHC groups are free and confidential.

This weekly discussion group is open to all students who desire to explore themselves in relation to career and major. The purpose of the group is to provide a safe and supportive atmosphere where students can connect and talk about their experiences of being undecided or unclear about their future in regard to career and/or major. Common topics that arise in the group include, but are not limited to, stress or pressure to choose a major or career, personal, professional, cultural identity, and family and other influences. Students will be able to identify their values, interests, personality, and skills to help guide their decision-making process.

Registration - Not necessary. Participants are not required to participate each week or for the entire session time and can drop in at their convenience.

For questions or more information - Contact Danie White, LPC, LMFT, Jordan Rossi, LPC Intern, or the Vick Center Staff .

Tuesdays, 11 - Noon
1/28 - 5/5 (no meeting during Spring Break)

Meets at EER 2.848
Wade

All CMHC groups are free and confidential.

The Cockrell School is full of unique opportunities, along with unique challenges. The new Engineering Student Discussion Group provides a weekly meeting for engineering students to come together to support each other and learn pro tips for coping effectively.

Registration - Not necessary. Participants are not required to participate each week and can drop in for one, some, or all of the group sessions.

Mondays,  12:30 - 2pm
2/3 - 5/4 (no meeting during Spring Break)

Meets at the Gender and Sexuality Center in the William C. Powers, Jr. Student Activities Center (WCP - formerly SAC) Rm 2.112
DoDoo

Please note that discussion groups are not therapy groups, and this group does not meet at CMHC.
All CMHC groups are free and confidential.

This weekly discussion group is open to students who are women of color of all ages. The group provides an opportunity to meet, share, increase community, and learn skills to navigate life successfully as a woman of color. It provides a safe, supportive, empowering, and liberating atmosphere for engaging in courageous and unique conversations at the intersection of race and gender. Common topics include, but are not limited to, relationships, culturally-specific family pressures and expectations, experience of racial stress, belongingness, and any other topics that feel relevant to participants. The group explores these themes from the lenses of women of color. 

Registration - Not necessary. Participants are not required to participate each week or for the entire session time and can drop in at their convenience.

For questions or more information - Contact Stephanie Dodoo.

Mondays,  11am - 12:30pm
2/3 - 5/4 (no meeting during Spring Break)

Meets in GWB 1.138
Colón-Otero

Please note that discussion groups are not therapy groups, and this group does not meet at CMHC.
All CMHC groups are free and confidential.

This weekly discussion group is open to all Latin- identified students, regardless of identities, nationality, or racial/ethnic background and/or immigration status. A willingness to engage in respectful conversation and honor group members' privacy is the only other requirement to attend.

The group provides a safe and supportive atmosphere in which participants can engage in inviting and authentic discussion around students' experiences as Latinx students on the UT campus. Any and all topics that are relevant to students' experiences can be discussed such as sociopolitical issues, immigration status or conditions, intersecting identities, academics, and more. Students' privacy will be respected.

Registration - Not necessary. Participants are not required to participate each week or for the entire session time and can drop in at their convenience.

For questions or more information - Contact Sebastián J. Colón-Otero.

Thursdays,  3:30 - 5pm
1/30 - 5/7 (no meeting during Spring Break)
Meets at the SSB - 5th floor
Moore

All CMHC groups are free and confidential.

Life After UT is a drop-in discussion group for graduating seniors (May 2020/December 2020) that provides a space for students to explore what it's like for graduation to be on the horizon. Group discussions will focus on coping with and preparing for how life will change after graduating from the university. Issues that may be explored in the group include coping with impending changes in relationships, weighing what is expected versus what seniors want to do, shifts in identity/sense of self, and what “graduation” means for group members.

Registration - Not necessary. Participants are not required to participate each week and can drop in for one, some, or all of the group sessions.

Tuesdays,  11:30pm – 1pm
1/28 - 5/5 (no meeting during Spring Break)
Meets at the SSB - 5th floor
Bandy

Please note that discussion groups are not therapy groups.

All CMHC groups are free and confidential.

This weekly discussion group is open to all students who identify as Neurodivergent (ND) including Autistic and/or diagnosed with ADHD/ADD, Sensory Perception Disorder (SPD), Tourette's, or a Learning Disability.

The purpose of the group is to create an open, welcoming, respectful, and confidential space where students can connect and talk openly about their experiences of being ND students at UT. Common topics that may be discussed in the group include self-advocacy to professors or medical providers, dating, social relationships, how to comfortably navigate campus, and more.

Registration - Not necessary. Participants are not required to participate each week or for the entire session time and can drop in at their convenience.

For questions or more information - Contact Aaron Bandy

  DROP-IN
Queer Voices

Wednesdays,  12:30 - 2pm
1/29 - 5/6 (no meeting 2/5 or during Spring Break)

Meets in Gender and Sexuality Center, (WCP - formerly SAC) Conference Room
Hannah

Please note that discussion groups are not therapy groups, and this group does not meet at CMHC.
All CMHC groups are free and confidential.

This weekly discussion group is open to all queer UT students. The purpose of the group is to create an open, welcoming, respectful, and confidential space where queer folks can explore topics that impact daily living with support from peers. Common issues that queer folks face and might be discussed include, but aren't limited to, academics, sexual and gender identity, relationships, coming out, or any other relevant topic.  If you are interested in participating, please come check out one of the group meetings, or feel free to contact a group facilitator below with any questions.

Registration - Not necessary. Participants are not required to participate each week or for the entire session time and can drop in at their convenience.

For questions or more information - Contact Joey Hannah or the GSC staff.


Identity-Based Support Groups


Fridays,  10am - 11am
Meets at the SSB - 5th floor
White

All CMHC groups are free and confidential.

This process and support group is open to any student who identifies as a big person. The focus of this group is body positivity, self-love, and compassion. Students will spend time thinking, feeling, and talking about what it is like to move through the UT campus and world in our bodies, learning that there is always time to be kind to our bodies.

To register or for more information - Interested students are asked to meet with a group facilitator to determine whether a particular group is a good fit for them. To set up a pre-group interview or to get more information, please call CMHC at (512) 471-3515.

Every Other Thursday   12:30pm - 1:45pm
Meets at the SSB - 5th floor
Bizer/Shyrock

All CMHC groups are free and confidential.

This group is for any student living with chronic illnesses or medical conditions that have a significant impact on their lives. The conditions may not be visible, and individuals can be in any stage of the illness or condition (e.g., recently diagnosed, struggling with determining a diagnosis, in remission, etc.). The group provides an opportunity for connection and community with other students who are managing a chronic condition as part of their college experience. The group will allow for peer support and provide coping strategies and resources in a friendly, welcoming environment. This group is being offered in partnership with UT Austin's Services for Students with Disabilities (SSD).

To register or for more information - Interested students are asked to meet with a group facilitator to determine whether a particular group is a good fit for them. To set up a pre-group interview or to get more information, please call CMHC at (512) 471-3515.

Wednesdays, 12:30 - 1:45
CMHC, 5th Floor of the Student Services Building (SSB)
Tao-Foster/Jean-Pierre
All CMHC groups are free and confidential.

This group is for female and gender non-binary students who are holding the stressors, expectations, pressures, and triumphs of being in a multi-generational immigrant family while navigating UT. An underlying goal of the group is to provide an affirming and supportive atmosphere for members to discuss their experiences around burnout, imposter syndrome, perfectionism, body image, stigma, isolation, intergenerational and historical trauma, acculturation, interpersonal relationships, and family dynamics. The group will allow members to explore how these factors intersect with identity and how they can impact mental health.

To register or for more information – Interested students are asked to meet with a group facilitator to determine whether a particular group is a good fit for them. To set up a pre-group interview or to get more information, please call CMHC at (512) 471-3515.

Mondays, 10am - 11am
Meets at the SSB - 5th floor
White/Hammond

This group is a supportive place for queer and questioning women. This can include any identity on the queer spectrum (i.e. lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, questioning etc.) This is a process and support group where members can explore themes important to them. The group creates a safe and supportive atmosphere for discussions around the development of queer identity, queer community, dating and intimacy, and processing intersecting identities. It can also help support members around family issues and coming out or the decision not to.

To register or for more information - Interested students are asked to meet with a group facilitator to determine whether a particular group is a good fit for them. To set up a pre-group interview or to get more information, please call CMHC at (512) 471-3515.

Fridays,  10am-11:30am
Meets at the SSB - 5th floor
Andorka/Habito

All CMHC groups are free and confidential.

This support group is for students who may feel like imposters when attempting to claim one of their racial or ethnic identities. Multi-racial (MR) and Multi-ethnic (ME) individuals are the fastest growing demographic in the US. Researchers have demonstrated that MR and ME individuals experience twice as much social exclusion when compared to that of any other racial/ethnic minority group. The aim of the group is to develop a sense of belonging. The group will provide psychoeducation, peer support, and interpersonal exploration in relation to students' identities.

To register or for more information - Interested students are asked to meet with a group facilitator to determine whether a particular group is a good fit for them. To set up a pre-group interview or to get more information, please call CMHC at (512) 471-3515.

2 sections:
Tuesdays 11am-12:30pm
(Tuesday group is full)
AND
Fridays 11am-12:30pm
(Friday group is full)
Meets at the SSB - 5th floor
Colón-Otero

All CMHC groups are free and confidential.

This group is for any UT student who self-identifies as trans and/or gender non-binary and is seeking a space for self-exploration and support. Topics may include transition-related matters, navigating campus, community, and the impact of transphobia on general wellness, as well as any themes that come up as relevant to group participants.

To register or for more information - Interested students are asked to meet with a group facilitator to determine whether a particular group is a good fit for them. To set up a pre-group interview or to get more information, please call CMHC at (512) 471-3515.


Voices Against Violence (VAV) Groups


Thursdays,  2pm - 3:30pm
Meets at the SSB - 5th floor
Leeds

All CMHC groups are free and confidential.

This group is for students of any gender who identify as a survivor of physical, verbal, emotional and/or financial abuse within their family of origin (e.g. parents, siblings, grandparents, etc.) and who is actively seeking healing around issues related to these experiences.

Recognizing that the healing process is different for each person, the group seeks to empower members through the exploration of each person's unique experience as they connect and learn with other survivors in a supportive and safe atmosphere. Through the incorporation of creativity and empathy, the goal of the group is to provide members with a mutual sense of awareness and validation that these types of interpersonal violence are not their fault and that they are not alone.

To register or for more information - Interested students are asked to meet with a group facilitator to determine whether a particular group is a good fit for them. To set up a pre-group interview or to get more information, please call CMHC at (512) 471-3515.

Mondays,  2pm - 3pm
1/27 - 5/4 (no meeting during Spring Break)

Meets at the SSB - 5th floor
Leeds

All CMHC groups are free and confidential.

This weekly, drop-in, gender identity-inclusive support group is open to all students who identify as survivors of interpersonal trauma.  Experiences of interpersonal trauma may include sexual assault, dating/domestic violence, family of origin violence, etc.  The group will provide an opportunity for participants to engage in safe and confidential discussions that pertain to their experiences as survivors.

To register or for more information - Not necessary. Participants are not required to participate each week and can drop in at their convenience.

Mondays,  12:30pm - 2pm
Meets at the SSB - 5th floor
Pearson/Ramirez

All CMHC groups are free and confidential.

This gender-inclusive group is for all students who identify as survivors of interpersonal trauma, such as sexual assault/abuse, dating/relationship violence, or abuse within their family of origin, and who are seeking connection and support in recovering from trauma. The group will offer ongoing support, facilitate healing, and create a safe and understanding atmosphere to explore the impact of these experiences as students move forward in their own healing.

To register or for more information - Interested students are asked to meet with a group facilitator to determine whether a particular group is a good fit for them. To set up a pre-group interview or to get more information, please call CMHCat (512) 471-3515.

Wednesdays,  1pm - 2:30pm
Meets at the SSB - 5th floor
Pearson/Nazir

All CMHC groups are free and confidential.

This women-only group is for students who are survivors of sexual assault/abuse, dating/relationship violence, or stalking and who are experiencing some type of trauma as a result. The healing journey following these experiences can, at times, feel overwhelming and isolating. This semi-structured group pays attention to both process and psychoeducation and is designed to offer support, facilitate healing, and create a safe and understanding atmosphere to explore the impact of these experiences. The group will explore trauma reactions, coping strategies, creating safety in relationships, and integrating individual experiences into participants' identities.

To register or for more information - Interested students are asked to meet with a group facilitator to determine whether a particular group is a good fit for them. To set up a pre-group interview or to get more information, please call CMHCat (512) 471-3515.


Other Support Groups


Wednesdays,   3:00pm - 4:30pm
CMHC, 5th Floor of the Student Services Building (SSB)
Gerhart/Alexander

All CMHC groups are free and confidential.

This group is for students who identify alcoholism or drug addiction in a family member or loved one. The group provides information about the disease of addiction and allows students to explore how it has impacted their lives and how to move forward. The goal of the group is to allow students to find hope and support while learning how to manage their lives in healthy, balanced ways.

To register or for more information - Interested students are asked to meet with a group facilitator to determine whether a particular group is a good fit for them. To set up a pre-group interview or to get more information, please call CMHC at (512) 471-3515.

Tuesdays,  2:30 - 4pm
Meets at the SSB - 5th floor
Zentner

All CMHC groups are free and confidential.

This group is for doctoral students who are experiencing difficulties in the dissertation process. Topics that are commonly discussed include work-life balance, interactions with advisors and faculty, job/career decision-making, and motivation/strategies for making concrete progress on their dissertations and other professional activities.  The group provides a place for mutual support, accountability, and goal-setting to move through internal and external barriers and move forward with their lives and careers.

To register or for more information - Interested students are asked to meet with a group facilitator to determine whether a particular group is a good fit for them. To set up a pre-group interview or to get more information, please call CMHCat (512) 471-3515.

Fridays,  10:30am - 12pm
Meets at the SSB - 5th floor
Moore/Garza

All CMHC groups are free and confidential.

This support group is for graduate students. Being a graduate student can be challenging when facing rigorous academic work, pressures for success, and lack of sleep and time. Graduate students often struggle to have people, time, and space in their lives to share authentically their feelings and concerns about life or conflicts within their programs. This group is designed to provide that safe, confidential atmosphere and the opportunity to receive support and feedback from peers. Topics discussed may include personal and professional relationships, self-esteem/confidence, personal and professional identity development, intersections of cultural identity, and any other topics that feels relevant to participants.

To register or for more information - Interested students are asked to meet with a group facilitator to determine whether a particular group is a good fit for them. To set up a pre-group interview or to get more information, please call CMHCat (512) 471-3515.

Thursdays,  2 - 3:30pm
Meets at the SSB - 5th floor
Garces/Nazir

All CMHC groups are free and confidential.

This group is a supportive space for students who have had someone important pass away, whether recently or in the past. Participants may be having trouble dealing with this loss and/or functioning on a daily basis. The group provides support around feelings of loneliness or isolation related to the loss, and it is a chance to talk and connect with others about their experiences with grief.

The group will focus on learning about the grief process, expressing and accepting emotions around grief, experiencing a supportive environment to explore the relationship with the loved one who has passed and addressing issues around coping with grief.

To register or for more information - Interested students are asked to meet with a group facilitator to determine whether a particular group is a good fit for them. To set up a pre-group interview or to get more information, please call CMHCat (512) 471-3515.

Fridays,  2pm - 3pm
Meets at the SSB - 5th floor
Olson/Alexander

All CMHC groups are free and confidential.

This group is open to any student interested in giving and receiving support to reduce harm around substance use. This weekly group provides a safe space to discuss cognitive and behavioral strategies that focus on moderating substance use and navigating situations in which substance use is involved in ways that reduce potential harm.  

To register or for more information - Interested students are asked to meet with a group facilitator to determine whether a particular group is a good fit for them. To set up a pre-group interview or to get more information, please call CMHCat (512) 471-3515.

Thursdays,  4:30pm - 5:30pm
Call for a referral to this group starting 3/12

Student Services Building (SSB) - 5th floor
Osher

All CMHC groups are free and confidential.

This five-week group provides support for first-year, undergraduate students experiencing difficulties adjusting to college life. Topics may include homesickness, feelings of social isolation, and/or trouble with time management. A therapy dog/handler team from Divine Canines will be present to provide stress relief and help.

To register or for more information - Students interested in joining or learning more should call the CMHC at (512) 471-3515 to sign up for an Information Session to determine if the group would be a good fit.


Mindful Eating Groups


Mondays,   3:30 - 4:45
Meets at the SSB - 5th floor
Negroni

All CMHC groups are free and confidential.

This group is for non-binary individuals and women of color of all ages who are interested in improving their relationship with food and their bodies.  It is appropriate for those who want to reduce disordered eating behaviors and/or thoughts as well as other compensatory behaviors such as bingeing, purging, restricting, or over-exercising. Group sessions will focus on familial and personal expectations regarding appearance and body. Members will discuss navigating dominant culture/Eurocentric beauty standards and cultural and familial connections to food. Goals will include learning skills to identify distorted expectations, challenging those expectations, and decreasing disordered thoughts and behaviors. 

To register or for more information - Interested students are asked to meet with a group facilitator to determine whether a particular group is a good fit for them. To set up a pre-group interview or to get more information, please call CMHC at (512) 471-3515.

Thursdays,  2pm - 3:15pm
Meets at the SSB - 5th floor
Yates

All CMHC groups are free and confidential.

This group is for students who are struggling with eating and body image concerns and who want to work toward improving relationships with food and body. Through group discussions and peer support, it gives members an environment in which to explore ways to decrease disordered eating behaviors, thoughts, and urges and to identify new coping skills and techniques.

To register or for more information - Interested students are asked to meet with a group facilitator to determine whether a particular group is a good fit for them. To set up a pre-group interview or to get more information, please call CMHCat (512) 471-3515.


Skill-Building Groups


Fridays,   12:30pm - 2pm
Meets at the SSB - 5th floor
Andorka/Pulianda

All CMHC groups are free and confidential.

This four-week group is for students with anxiety and depressive disorders. Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) is an evidenced-based treatment for these disorders. This group will review ACT principles including managing thoughts and feelings, mindfulness, cognitive defusion techniques, and commitment to goal-directed behavior. ACT uses metaphors and storytelling to provide education on ACT principles. The group provides a safe atmosphere that encourages peer support.

To register or for more information - Interested students are asked to meet with a group facilitator to determine whether a particular group is a good fit for them. To set up a pre-group interview or to get more information, please call CMHC at (512) 471-3515.

Thursdays,   1pm - 3pm
Call for a referral to this group starting 3/2
Meets at the SSB - 5th floor
Czar/Garza

All CMHC groups are free and confidential.

This class is tailored for students who have experienced depression and who would like to learn skills for both managing depression and reducing the chances of depression re-occurring.

This structured, interactive, and skills-based class will provide instruction in mindfulness (the practice of paying attention in the present moment, on purpose, and in an open, nonjudgmental way) and cognitive-behavioral concepts. These practices can help change habitual ways of relating to thoughts and feelings that contribute to depression.

To register or for more information - Students interested in joining or learning more should call CMHC at (512) 471-3515 to sign up for the Information Session.

Thursdays,   1pm - 3pm
Meets at the SSB - 5th floor
Czar/Garza

All CMHC groups are free and confidential.

Most of us are our own worst critics, but sometimes we’re particularly harsh with ourselves. This class helps participants address the challenges of depression, social anxiety, and perfectionism that can result from being overly self-critical.

This four to five week, structured, skills-based class can help participants improve their relationship with themselves by finding a healthier balance between self-kindness and self-accountability. Participants will learn and practice mindfulness meditation techniques to help cultivate the kind of self-compassion that helps one be more self-accepting and more successful in life.

To register or for more information - Students interested in joining or learning more should call CMHC at (512) 471-3515 to sign up.


"Understanding Self and Others" Groups (formerly called Personal Exploration Groups)


Tuesdays,  2 - 3:30pm
Meets at the SSB - 5th floor
Osher/Tinsley

All CMHC groups are free and confidential.

This group is for students who wish to better understand themselves and their relationships with others. The group explores various aspects and identities of participants as well as the interpersonal process that occurs in relationships. Group "process" focuses on becoming better attuned to one's own feelings and those of others in the group as they occur in the moment, beginning to better understand oneself and one's relationship patterns, and developing ways to improve the quality of one's relationships.

To register or for more information - Interested students are asked to meet with a group facilitator to determine whether a particular group is a good fit for them. To set up a pre-group interview or to get more information, please call CMHC at (512) 471-3515.

Wednesdays,  1:30pm - 3pm
Meets at the SSB - 5th floor
Long/Hammond

All CMHC groups are free and confidential.

This group is for students who wish to better understand themselves and their relationships with others. The group explores various aspects and identities of participants as well as the interpersonal process that occurs in relationships. Group "process" focuses on becoming better attuned to one's own feelings and those of others in the group as they occur in the moment, beginning to better understand oneself and one's relationship patterns, and developing ways to improve the quality of one's relationships.

To register or for more information - Interested students are asked to meet with a group facilitator to determine whether a particular group is a good fit for them. To set up a pre-group interview or to get more information, please call CMHC at (512) 471-3515.

Mondays,   12pm - 1:30pm
Meets at the SSB - 5th floor
Bandy

All CMHC groups are free and confidential.

This group is open to all graduate or non-traditional age undergraduate students age 23 and older. The group focuses on common concerns of non-traditional-age students and offers a safe and supportive environment in which members can gain powerful experiences through giving and receiving support and encouragement from others facing similar struggles. The group also allows members to practice new, more engaged and effective ways of relating to each other. Common concerns discussed in the group include, but are not limited to, personal growth and self-care, relationships, mental health concerns such as depression and anxiety, asserting boundaries, and other concerns that feel relevant to participants.

To register or for more information - Interested students are asked to meet with a group facilitator to determine whether a particular group is a good fit for them. To set up a pre-group interview or to get more information, please call CMHCat (512) 471-3515.








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