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Typical Groups Offered
Learn ways to manage your anxiety through cognitive behavioral strategies and mindfulness.
Learn cognitive behavioral strategies to manage your depression.
Enhancing Career Decision Making Through a Holistic Model
A 3-week workshop series involving formal assessments that assist students in learning about their values and skills and helping them make decisions regarding choosing majors and/or careers.
Grief and Loss Support Group
Supportive forum for dealing with the emotional impact of a major loss.
International Student Circle
A group/workshop series for students dealing with experiences of adjusting to life in the U.S. and at OSU.
Bites with Beth
Please consider joining Beth and others at the kitchen table at the Pride Center on Avenue A to explore, discuss and share our development as members of the LGBTQQIA community.
Loved Ones of Deployed Soldiers
Aloved one's deployment challenges us. Join fellow students proactively engaging in the power of group to get/give support, exchange ideas/resources and problem-solve complexities associated with supporting an active duty soldier.
Managing ADHD: Strategies for Students
An educational/support group that assists students in managing difficulties with disorganization, procrastination and distractability.
Mindfulness from the Mat
Learn how mindfulness can help you cope with difficult emotions and help you lead a more meaningful and less stressful life.
OEF/OIF Student Veterans Re-entry Group
Join other veterans as they engage the process of adjustment to life after the life-changing experiences of an overseas deployment.
This is a support group for those individuals who are wanting to stop or cut down on their habitual habits that may be getting in the way of their plans, goals, and aspirations. The group will be a safe place to explore, talk, and redesign our strategies to thrive.
Social Skill Strategies Group
Do you have trouble making friends? This group will focus on teaching basic strategies of how to listen, ask questions and relate to others.
Understanding Self and Others
Come join a safe and energizing group of your peers. Together, you will learn about yourself and better understand your relationships.
Understanding Self and Others for Graduate and Non-Traditional Students
Group for graduate and non-traditional undergraduate students to process their experiences on managing life challenges along with their academics.
Offers support for women who have experienced sexual assault or abuse in their lives.
Women, Food, and Self-Esteem
Helps women with bulimia make progress toward recovery.
The following information has been updated as of 01/03/13: