Group Schedule

CSC Groups for Fall 2019

Group Name Facilitator(s) Day Time Screening or Drop-In Dates Location Open/Full
Bi/Pan Support Group Kate/Shannon Fridays 1-2:20pm Drop-In 9/20 - 12/6 Hewitt 235B Open
But I Suck at Drawing: Expressive Arts Group Kyle Tuesdays 2:30-3:30pm Drop-In 9/10 - 12/3 Hewitt 235B
Drum Your Blues Away Ellen Tuesdays 3-4pm Drop-In 9/3 - 10/29 weather permitting Courtyard in front of MCC Open
Sexual Assault/Abuse Support Group Jane


5:30-7pm Call for Screening 9/12 - 12/5 Hewitt 235B Open
Trans Support Group Ellen Thursdays 4-5:15pm Drop In: attendance over time encouraged 9/5 - 12/5 Hewitt 235B Open
Embracing U: Women of Color Support Group Cara Fridays 12:30 - 2pm Call for Screening 9/20 - 12/6 CSC  Open
Grief and Loss Cory Wednesdays 12-1:15pm Call for Screening 9/18 - 12/4 Hewitt 235B Open
Find Yourself Fridays Cory/Kyle/Ellen Fridays 2-4pm Drop-In Workshop 9/20 - 10/18 outdoors and Hewitt 235B Open

Closed Support Groups: Support groups are typically closed once the group has started and are important to attend consistently in order to maintain the integrity of the group process. Please call the CSC at 315.312.4416 for more details about these groups or if you are interested in joining.

Open Support Groups and Drop-In Workshops: open to anyone who is interested in joining, where you can stop in as needed.

*Dates and times are subject to change. Call the CSC at 315.312.4416 to confirm.  

Group counseling is a powerful arena for tremendous growth and change.  Not only will students receive understanding, support, and encouragement from others facing similar issues, but they also gain different perspectives, ideas, and viewpoints on those issues. It’s like having 8 counselors for the price of one!

Most student, though somewhat apprehensive at first, report that the group experience was helpful far beyond their expectations. We tend to keep our groups fairly small – around 6-8 group members, depending on the topic.

Numerous groups are offered every semester through the Counseling Services Center that address student concerns in a variety of areas.  Some of the groups are population and/or issue specific, while other groups consist of skill building and experiential learning. 

The needs of the students determine the types and numbers of groups available. These groups are free and open to all university enrolled students. A SCREENING MAY BE REQUIRED FOR PARTICIPATION. Most groups are 60-90 minutes long and they consist of 5 to 8 members.  Please see our groups and events calendar for a current list of all offerings.

 Also, check out our drop-in workshops, which are weekly, free, and open to all students; no screening necessary, low commitment.