Available Group Therapy
See below for some of our common group therapy options. Groups offered are subject to change, and rotate as active options depending on the semester. Contact the Student Counseling Center at 806.742.3674 for current info regarding groups offered this semester.
**All Fall 2020 SCC group therapy options will be offered via distanced-teletherapy (secure videoconferencing) throughout the semester due to COVID-19 safety considerations. No SCC groups will be planning to meet in person at this time. See list of Fall 2020 groups below for tentative group options.**
FALL 2020 GROUPS
**All Fall 2020 Groups will
be offered via secure teletherapy
throughout the semester.**
Graduate Students Support Group
Weighting for Inner Peace
The Healing Room
Manage Your Mood
Group members explore and discuss patterns of relating to self and others by discovering acceptance and understanding of themselves and others. Topics of discussion vary greatly from depression, anxiety, relationships, family concerns, eating issues, alcohol abuse and/or personal growth. The groups thrive on diversity as members discover the common bond through emotional experiences.
A skills-based group to help sexual trauma survivors cope with the symptoms of Posttraumatic Stress and feel empowered in their relationships.
A small and unstructured group in a safe and supportive environment to help you develop individualized coping strategies to increase your social performance and satisfaction. Topics of discussion may include struggles with identity, acceptance, or general relationship concerns.
Open to any student wanting to discuss and explore gender identity concerns. It is suitable for any student that is questioning or firm in their identity as being gender non-conforming.
A therapy group designed for clients struggling with disordered eating (of any form) and/or body image concerns. While this group will include components of a typical process group (i.e., personal sharing, working to relate others, empathizing, etc.), it will be based largely on different experiential exercises.
A group that provides some education and ability to discuss and process experiences for those who may have any mood disorder. This group provides many opportunities to learn about how to work through mood disorders and prepare students for the USO groups. The group remains open throughout the semester.
A supportive group focused on improving confidence in social situations. Through group activities, members learn and practice new ways to deal with difficult social situations like joining conversations, forming friendships, public speaking, and asserting oneself.
A weekly, rotating group covering a variety of topics that apply to each of our lives. Topics include family and romantic relationships, emotional health and managing depression and anxiety, dealing with life-transitions, and use of mindfulness and relaxation techniques to strengthen wellness. MYM groups are open throughout the semester, meeting consecutively for four weeks at a time.
This therapy group is designed to identify and explore common traits that emerge from childhood experiences in homes with addiction/abuse, combat resulting shame and guilt, promote self-compassion, improve relationships, and form a sense of community and connection with others.