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: online via Telehealth. Available to USC students currently residing in California, per state regulatory matters.
- Assertiveness Skills
- Bipolar Support
- BLaQ Tea: For Black Identifed LGBTQ+ Students
- Breaking the Silence: Men’s Support Group
- Building Social Confidence
- Circle of Hope: Women’s Support Group
- Effective Life Skills: Regulate, Communicate, Tolerate
- Feeling Good About Me (A Self-esteem Group)
- Flexible Living – Learning DBT Skills
- Gender Spectrum
- Graduate Students Rise and Shine Support Group: Cultivating self-love, healthy relationships, and leadership
- Healing Arts Workshop for Women
- Increase Your Emotional Intelligence
- LGBTQIA+ Bloom: Growing in Relationships with Others
- Mindful Self-Compassion
- Mindful Self-Compassion Training for Graduate Student in Healthcare Communities
- Peace with Food
- Tackling Depression and Anxiety
- The Healing Room: Women of Color Support Group
- Undergrad Connecting with Self and Others