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Interpersonal Groups & Workshops for Students

Group therapy is an effective therapy modality in which students share their experiences in a safe environment with counselors serving as facilitators. Students can learn from each other, practice communication skills, and give/receive support. There isn't a particular concern that is addressed, but rather everyone is able to share their personal experiences with the group.

Therapy Groups meet weekly the same day and time for 10 each semester. 

Spring 2017 Group Therapy Schedule

Groups will start the week of February 13th

Tuesdays        12:30 - 2 PM        |       Facilitators: Roberta Holman & Master's Level Intern
Wednesdays   1 - 2:30 PM          |       Facilitators: Jenny Hlava & Master's Level Intern
Thursdays       12:30 - 2 PM        |       Facilitators: Dr. Rosie O'Brien & Master's Level Intern

Location:  Counseling Services Old Library 2122 Group Room


Spring 2016 Workshops


Attacking Anxiety and Depression

Begins 2.2.17- 5.11.17  Thurs, 3:30pm-4:30pm
Facilitated by Luke Fedie

cath"ART"ic Art Therapy

Begins 2.15.17-5.10.17 Wed, 4:00pm - 5:30pm 
Facilitated by Wendy Brousseau and Master's Level Intern


Coping Skills Workshop-
A six week psycho-educational group focused on teaching students
skills in the areas of mindfulness, distress tolerance, interpersonal
effectiveness and emotional regulation. The aim of the group is to create
increased effectiveness in shifting perceptions and thoughts to positively
influence one's emotional state and daily experiences. 
Begins 4.5.17-5.10.17

Facilitated by Dr. Rosie O'Brien and Master's Level Intern, Tanya Riggs



Location:  Counseling Services Old Library 2122 Group Room

Students are encouraged to stop by the office at Old Library 2122, or give us a call 715-836-5521, for more information. Pre-registration isn't required for the workshops.