What are groups? (or Finding Your Flock)
Groups are facilitated by licensed professional clinicians in USC Student Health Counseling and Mental Health Services. Each weekly meeting is sequenced to help members make progress in their individual journey toward desired change.
Why seek out a group? Many people will struggle with a mental health issue at some point in their lives, and making time to regularly explore what they are going through can help. Finding others who are facing the same difficulties can provide perspective, and relief! Shared experiences can help individuals make desired progress.
Students who are interested in joining group counseling may use MySHR (in the “messages” section) to submit a Counseling Group Interest Form.
Where: Engemann Student Health Center on the University Park Campus, 3rd floor (unless HSC campus is noted.)
- Leading from Within: Cultivating Your Best Self as a Leader
- Graduate Women Empowering Graduate Women*
- International Tea Time (International Students Group)
- We Got This! Women of Color Support Group
- Face Your Fears (Graduate Students)
- Peace with Food: An Eating Disorders Support Group*
- Queer and Questioning
- Gender Spectrum
- Bipolar Support
- Healing Arts (Women’s Weekly Series)
- Building Social Confidence
- Thriving with Depression and Anxiety
- Making Anxiety Your Friend
- The Pressure to be Perfect
- Managing Mood*
- Effective Life Skills: Regulate, Communicate, Tolerate*
- Relating to Others (Undergraduate Group)
- Relating to Others (Graduate Students Group)
- Emotional Emancipation Circle* (HSC, Students of African descent)
- Circle of Hope (Women’s Group)
*These groups are temporarily suspended due to disruptions from COVID-19.