This is a supportive and therapeutic group designed for graduate Latina/Afro-Latina students. This is an empowering space to discuss the joys and challenges of being a graduate student; in particular, what it means to be a Latina/Afro-Latina graduate student at UM. Topics include but are not limited to: academics, relationships, family, and overall wellness.
Our Voices is an empowering, supportive, and affirming group for Black female undergraduate students. In this safe and confidential space participants may explore and get support for a variety of issues such as family, relationships, self-esteem, beauty/body image, and academic difficulties. This group is co-created by group members and all topics are welcome. Pre-group meeting required.
This co-ed interpersonal process group is designed for people who want to explore personal growth and gain awareness to enhance their functioning in personal and academic settings. This is a group for people who: have concerns about important relationships in their life, need more support, want to be supportive of others and want time to explore feelings and thoughts. This space will establish a strong, collaborative environment to foster healthy self-concepts and hope for the future through a sense of shared experiences.
CAPS offers a number of undergraduate and graduate groups. Starting dates for the groups vary, but typically begin 3 to 5 weeks after the start of the semester. Groups are free for U of M students. The article provides links to videos with some information on each group.
This group is for students who are the first person in their family to attend college and for first year transfer students. Our goal is to provide a confidential and supportive environment in which students will explore ways to be successful, learn how to navigate university system/resources, and provide support to one another on this journey. Learn coping strategies for managing adjustment stress and develop skills for academic success.