Groups subject to change based upon expressed interest and availability. Some groups are now closed and require a brief screening prior to joining.
A weekly support group for students whose lives have been affected by family members struggling with alcoholism and addiction. Facilitated by Chris Edwards, PsyD Wednesdays 3:30pm-5pm in the Student Diversity Center. Contact Chris Edwards firstname.lastname@example.org or CHWS for more information.
However you identify, this group will help you discover or clarify how you’re living your identity and how you can move towards living it the way you want to. This group will be a safe, positive, supportive group of peers meeting each week to explore and discuss the experiences, ideas, challenges, and joys of being LGBTQ. Through authentically engaging with others on similar paths, you will gain insight into your own way of being and learn more about how you want to grow and develop as an LGBTQ person. Together we will challenge each other to think differently, grow in new ways, and become even more ourselves. This group will meet on Tuesdays throughout the year. Please contact Donn Marshall or CHWS at 253.879.1555 for more information.
An open support group for students dealing with loss led by Dave Wright, University Chaplain and Director for Spiritual Life and Civic Engagement. The group will meet weekly in the Student Diversity Center from 3-4:30pm on Fridays. Please contact Dave at 253.879.2751 for more information.
This group is intended to offer a safe, compassionate space for racially minoritized students to share their experiences, and be a place of encouragement, understanding, and validation. This group meets on Thursdays from 4-5:30pm. Please contact Vivie Nguyen at 253.879.2751 or call CHWS at 253.879.1555 for more information.
Counseling, Health, & Wellness Services is offering a safe and confidential place to talk about your experiences, then and now.
You will give and receive support while enhancing your ability to navigate challenges and the aftermath of sexual assault. Our focus is on empowerment and providing support to each other. This group meets Wednesdays throughout the year. If you are interested, please contact Charee Boulter at 253.879.1555 for more information.
Stop by CHWS or call the front desk (253.879.1555) to get more information.