Group counseling is a place where students come together to share experiences, build self-awareness, and learn from each other in a unique environment. Groups provide opportunities to increase insight and improve interpersonal relationships.
CAPS offers a variety of groups each semester that address common concerns such as isolation, depression, anxiety, relationship issues, and academic stressors. Most groups meet weekly for 60-90 minutes. Participation in a group is by referral only. If you are not established with a CAPS counselor, please call 817-272-3671 to schedule an initial visit and let the counselor know you are interested in group counseling.
Explore concepts related to self-awareness and self-acceptance as a means of cultivating a stronger sense of self. Work toward a stronger relationship to yourself to create a stronger foundation for healthy relationships.
Contact: Marivi Acuna or Chelisa Yee
Understand how early life events may be impacting you now and learn ways to heal through compassion.
Contact: Katie Winikates or Vickie Goins.
For graduate and non-traditional-age students. Increase self-awareness and explore issues including but not limited to: Relationships, depression, anxiety, boundary setting, and graduate school stressors.
Fridays 11am-12pm, 3/26 - 4/30
Join this virtual art group to explore connections with others, nature, and ultimately yourself as you develop ways of communicating creatively.
Contact: Aubrey Webster or Avni Vyas