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Groups & events are open to all students! All groups & events are FREE!!!
Groups Held by Counseling Center
A group for women who are “Finding Inspiration, Empowerment, and Resiliency through Self-Esteem”
De-stress and Refocus
De-stress and Refocus is a virtual group in which students will gain strategies for coping with stress and anxiety, as well as develop a personal plan for improved overall well-being. This weekly group uses a values-centered approach to help students create meaningful and lasting change in their lives. Students will encounter support, empathy, and understanding in this powerful group experience.
Students of Color
The goal of this virtual support group is to provide a safe space for UTC’s students of color to foster a sense of community, mutual support, empathy, and understanding while exploring shared experiences of social/psychological issues related to race/ethnicity such as colorism, color blindness, microaggressions, prejudice, discrimination, and internalized racism.
This group is for anyone in the LGBTQ+ space who is looking for a safe place to make friends and find support.
Grief and Loss
Loss is a natural part of life for everyone, whether that is a loss of a job, a partner, a pet or one’s health. The Grief and Loss group allows participants to process the emotional, cognitive, physical and spiritual effects of grief.
MOVE group is a three-session program designed to help you move toward what is important to you. Members will be exploring stress management and learn coping skills for dealing with anxiety/sadness. Come explore with other college students experiencing similar concerns. You can share or simply listen.
Connect with peers and learn mindfulness tools that can help you lower stress, anxiety and depression symptoms. Participants will learn mindfulness techniques and be guided through mindfulness meditation practices during session with a licensed counselor. Students can use these tools throughout the semester and on to calm their body’s natural stress response, experience greater ability to focus and perform academically, and feel more present in their day-to-day activities.