Group therapy is a preferred treatment method for many concerns you might be experiencing. Groups typically meet weekly and offer a sense of community and understanding. All groups are currently meeting virtually.

All groups are moderated by at least one staff member from the University Counseling Center. There is a high expectation that members respect one another’s privacy in group settings.

DBT Group

Members build evidence-based strategies to manage difficult emotions associated with mood and anxiety concerns. Group members build skill in mindfulness, interpersonal effectiveness, emotion regulation, and distress tolerance. Current time: Tuesdays, 3:30-4:45 PM


Women of Color Collective

Women of Color Collective is a collaboration between the Women’s Center and the University Counseling Center that connects students who are women of color with each other and provides a space to talk about mental and emotional wellbeing.

The space is co-facilitated by Women’s Center Program Coordinator Zobia Akhtar and the UCC’s Tiffany Longjohn. WOC Collective meets in the Women’s Center.

Survivor Support Group

The Safe Office is offering a weekly confidential support group for survivors of interpersonal violence open to all genders. Members will engage in survivor-led group processing and explore psychoeducation about trauma. Available for undergraduate and graduate students. Tuesdays 2:30-3:30 PM

Sister Circle

A group centered on the experiences of Black Women. A space to discuss anything salient to your life and experiences. Topics may include Imposter Syndrome, the Superwoman Complex, vulnerability, self-care, and being Black at WFU. Current time: Mondays, 3:30-4:45 PM

Interested in trying a group?

Contact the UCC to get registered! 336.758.5273