Undergraduate Process Groups
Undergrad All-Gender Process Group
This group provides a supportive space for students to deepen self-understanding and to explore ways of relating more comfortably to others. This group is also designed to help students learn to deal with feelings of depression and anxiety, family dynamics and other personal concerns.
Undergrad Women's Group
This group is designed for self-identified undergraduate women who are looking to connect in a supportive and therapeutic environment. Themes often include, relationships, emotional intimacy, body image, self-esteem, self-care and more.
Graduate Process Groups
Graduate All-Gender Process Group
A supportive environment for students to examine patterns of thinking, feeling, and behaving that are creating problems in relationships with friends, roommates, family members, and others. Group members also work on a range of symptoms, such as anxiety and depression.
Graduate Women's Group
This group is intended to support graduate women experiencing the full range of stressors common to student life—academic pressures, financial concerns, and relationship issues with family, friends, faculty, and partners, among others.
Graduate Men's Group
This group is intended to facilitate graduate men’s awareness of self and interpersonal styles of relating to others. Members may focus on challenging traditional norms within our society that constrain men and how to increase choice and lead a healthier lifestyle. Issues discussed include independence and dependence, intimacy and autonomy, strength and vulnerability, and responsibility and choice.
Topic-Specific Therapy Groups
Creating Safety to Move Past Trauma
This group is intended to help individuals who have had a traumatic experience deal with the past, feel safe in the present, and move towards the future. By offering a space to feel supported and the opportunity to learn healthy skills for safely managing the present, this group aims to allow individuals to develop a sense of strength, security and empowerment that may be hard to find after experiencing trauma.
Chronic Care Support Group
Living with a medical condition can be isolating and challenging to navigate. This group provides a space for students who are coping with chronic medical conditions or chronic pain to share their experiences, explore coping strategies, and build a support community with others going through similar journeys.
Transgender and Gender Creative Group
This group welcomes CU students of all ages and backgrounds who identify as cross-gendered, transgender, gender variant and gender queer to a supportive space. This group will focus on encouraging individuals towards personal development, creating and utilizing workable coping skills and providing acceptance of each person’s unique journey.
Students of Color Group
This group is designed to create a space where students can have open conversations about what it means to be a student of color at CU Boulder. Students are encouraged to show up unapologetically, connect with others and offer mutual support.
This group is currently on hold.
Please check back for more information in the spring.
Autism Spectrum (ASD) Support Group
This support group is for students on the Autism Spectrum (ASD) who want to connect with a supportive community and discuss topics related to sensory needs, communication, advocacy and 'unmasking.'
Women of Color Group
The Women of Color (WoC) group serves as a way to openly engage in dialogues around what it means to be a student of color and women on this campus. The SoC group ultimately serves as a resource for women of color to unapologetically show up and let themselves be fully seen and known, where they can speak from the heart rather than worrying about what is socially acceptable. In a supportive and therapeutic environment, students will have the opportunity to deepen self-understanding and explore ways of relating to others.
This group is currently on hold. Please check back for more information in the spring.
Skill-Based Therapy Groups
Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) Group
DBT combines cognitive, behavioral and Eastern mindfulness strategies to teach skills for managing crisis situations, highly reactive emotions, as well as developing self-acceptance, assertiveness and communication skills.