Group counseling can provide you with needed support, increase your ability to cope with life's challenges and help you grow as a person. All groups are free and confidential to eligible Whitworth students, and each is facilitated by a counselor. The number of group-counseling sessions is unlimited per student, as appropriate.
Fall 2023 Groups
The Immigration Learning Circle
The Immigration Learning Circle is a group to help facilitate space and support for students who have been impacted by immigration by way of their own or their families’ journey. This will include listening to one another, sharing stories, learning, processing, healing and celebrating together. This group is in collaboration with student diversity, equity and inclusion. Please contact Sophie Miller, LMHC to be screened into this group: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Healthy Relationship group is a community group designed for all individuals who are looking for a space to share, learn, and enter into conversations about all aspects of a relationship (i.e. boundaries, knowing yourself, what a healthy relationship looks like to you, sex, intimacy, communication). The goal of this group is to make it possible for individuals to engage in discussions about hopes, fears, and questions surrounding romantic relationships while learning about what a healthy relationship can look like. Facilitated by a Marriage and Family Therapist Intern, this group will meet every other Tuesday from 3-4:30 p.m. at Whitworth Counseling Services in Schumacher Hall. If you have any questions, please contact Nicole Williams at email@example.com.
LGBTQ+ Affinity Group
The LGBTQ+ Affinity group is an open group (meaning students can drop in as able or attend every session) designed to help those in the LGBTQ+ community gain insight about themselves, connect with peers and build therapeutic skills to increase well being. This group meets every Thursday from 3-4 p.m. in the Schumacher Hall (Counseling Services) conference room. Please contact Kenzie at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions or are interested in joining this group.
Join fellow neurodivergent students in strengthening mindfulness, distress tolerance, and sensory and emotional regulation skills while also increasing a sense of belonging and social connection. This group is an open group (meaning students can drop in as able or attend every session) and meets every Wednesday from 3-4 p.m. in the Counseling Services conference room in Schumacher Hall.
Questions? Contact Counseling Services at email@example.com.