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Counseling Groups and Workshops for Students

Therapy Groups & Workshops

Counseling Services Groups and Drop-In Workshops for Fall 2020

Fall 2020

Group Descriptions Below: Group Screening Appointment Requirement for all GROUPS. Fall groups will take place via Zoom. 

  • Process Groups- Multiple days and times available
  • Gender & Sexuality Group- Fridays 1-2:30
  • Invisible Illnesses Group- TBD

Call Counseling Services 715-836-5521 to schedule a group screen if interested in joining a process group.

Workshops/Drop-In Groups

Students are encouraged to stop by the office at Vicki Lord Larson Hall 2122, or give us a call 715-836-5521, for more information. Pre-registration isn't required for the workshops, just drop in! Please visit our You Tube page to see the virtual workshops.

We are now offering a live COVID Anxiety workshop. The workshop meets every Wednesday at 4 pm and can be accessed via this zoom link.

Meeting ID: 918 9567 4237
Passcode: 823627

  • Student of Color Drop-in Support Group- Tuesdays 2:30-4, Zoom                   

Call Counseling Services 715-836-5521 to schedule an intake appointment if you are interested in joining a process group.

Would you like to relate more confidently and comfortably with others and improve your self-esteem? Interpersonal process groups provide opportunities to share experiences, learn new perspectives, and experiment with new ways of relating to others in a safe and supportive environment. Through this, participants will gain a better understanding of themselves and others.

This drop-in group provides a safe and supportive space for students of diverse cultural backgrounds to discuss topics relevant to their experience- race relations, cultural adjustments, gender equality, media influences on self-esteem/body image, romantic relationships, and overall issues related to being a student of color and college student at UWEC.

Every Tuesday from 2:30PM-4:00PM until the end of Fall 2020 semester.

Join by Zoom Here!

This interpersonal process group provides a safe and supportive space for LGBTQ-IA+ students on campus to discuss topics relevant to their experience.

This interpersonal process group provides a safe and supportive space for students experiencing invisible physical illnesses to discuss topics relevant to their experience.

The attacking anxiety and depression workshop is a skill based workshop that focuses primarily on helping individuals, manage worry, conquer fears, and restructure thinking that exacerbates anxiety. The workshop skills are rooted in the mindful practices of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. Each week the participants of the workshop will learn a new skill, practice said skill, and report on their perceptions of the effectiveness of that skill at the following week's workshop date. Participants will have opportunities to check in each week, identifying how their anxiety and depression is impacting them currently, as well as share feedback with one another. The outcomes of the group are to help participants better understand how their anxiety and/or depression manifests, identify specific interventions that help manage anxiety and depression, and diversify and expand on participant's coping skills and strengths.

The writing workshop is a space to learn about reflective writing and how to use it to explore thoughts, feelings, and experiences. Students can use prompts to guide them in stream of consciousness writing and spend time individually reflecting on their writing. There are no expectations to share your writings with the group so this can be a great opportunity for those who are not as comfortable sharing with others. All writers are welcome whether you need help getting started or want to work on new techniques this workshop will have something for you. 

Fridays from 11:00 AM to 12:00PM until the end of Fall semester, 2020.

Join on Zoom Here!

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