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Queer Women's Support Group

Mondays
12pm - 1pm

All groups are free and confidential.

This group is a supportive place for anyone identifying as a queer, lesbian, or bisexual woman. This is a process and support group where members bring in themes for discussion that are important to them. The group can be used to build community or to discuss topics like dating and sexual or intimacy concerns. The group creates space for discussions around the development of queer identity and processing intersecting identities. It can also help support members around family issues, coming out or the decision not to.

In most cases, before joining a group or class, students meet with the group leaders to determine if a particular group is a good fit for them. To set up a pre-group interview, please call (512) 471-3515.


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Spring Semester Groups and Classes


Drop-In Meditation Group

Tuesdays  12:15pm - 12:50pm
Meets in the SSB 5th Floor
Staff

Click here to view the Mindfulness Meditation Group description


Drop-In Discussion Groups

Please note these discussion groups are not therapy groups, and some of them do not meet at CMHC. Please click the group title for details.

Fridays  11am-12pm
Meets at CMHC, Group Room D
Pearson

Click here to view the Student Advocate Discussion Group description

Tuesdays  5pm - 6:30pm
Meets at Burdine Hall Rm 560
Tao-Foster / CAAS

Click here to view the Asian American Voices Group description

  DROP-IN
Queer Voices

Wednesdays  12pm-1:30pm
Meets at the Gender & Sexuality Center, SAC 2.112
Hannah

Click here to view the Queer Voices Group description


Integrated Health Classes


Mondays  2pm-4pm
Meets at the SSB - 5th floor
Chiang / Bell

Click here to view the MBCT for Depression Management group description

Fridays  10am-12pm (before Spring Break)
and
Fridays  1:30pm-3:30pm (after Spring Break)


Meets at the SSB - 5th floor
Czar / Anderson

Click here to view the Making Peace with Yourself Through Self-Compassion group description


Support Groups


Mondays  12pm-1pm
Meets at the SSB - 5th floor
White

Click here to view the Queer Women's Support group description

Tuesdays  2pm-3:30pm
Meets at the SSB - 5th floor
White / Carter

Click here to view the Big Bodies. Radical Love group description

Fridays  1pm-3pm (Before Spring Break)
and
Wednesdays  4pm-6pm (After Spring Break)

Meets at the SSB - 5th floor
Burdine / Anderson

Click here to view the Soul Siblings: A Healing & Restorative Skills Group for Black Women group description

Tuesdays  3pm-4:15pm
Meets at the SSB - 5th floor
Ruud

Click here to view the Latina Support group description

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

Click here to view the Grief & Loss Support group description

Fridays  1:30pm-3pm
Meets at the SSB - 5th floor
Hannah / Wyvratt

Click here to view the Graduate Student Support group description

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

Click here to view the Dissertation Support group description


Skill-Building Groups


Tuesdays  11am-12:30pm
Second section begins after spring break

Meets at the SSB - 5th floor
Andorka

Click here to view the ACT for Anxiety/Depression group description

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

Click here to view the Food and Feelings: Mindful Eating group description

Wednesdays  1:30pm-2:45pm
Meets at the SSB - 5th floor
Negroni / Handy

Click here to view the Mindful Eating DBT Skills group description


Personal Exploration Groups


Tuesdays  2pm-3:30pm
Meets at the SSB - 5th floor
Thiagarajan / Bryant

Click here to view the 23+ Personal Exploration group description

Wednesdays  12:30pm-2pm
Meets at the SSB - 5th floor
Andorka / Dunn

Click here to view the Men's Personal Exploration group description





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