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Group Therapy

What is Group therapy all about?

  • ACCEPTANCE: Having a safe place to talk to others about your concerns.
  • UNIVERSALITY: Feeling that you're not alone and realizing that others share the same problems.
  • FEEDBACK: It is a safe place to learn how you're perceived by others and it gives you the chance to be assertive in telling others how you experience them.


Group Therapy - Rustic


Call (920) 424-2061 to make an appointment to see a counselor about joining a group.

Current groups include:

  • Mindfulness Group
  • Flourish Group
  • Understanding Self and Others (USO) Group
  • DBT (Dialectical Behavior Therapy) Group
  • LGBTQ (Lesbian/Gay/Bisexual/Trans/Queer) Support Group
  • Grief Support Group
  • Anxiety Reduction Group


What are UW Oshkosh Students saying about Group Therapy?

  • "I really enjoyed group. It made me feel like I had somewhere to come and be myself."
  • "It was so much better than I expected. Before going to group I expected most of the talking/advice to be done by the facilitators and luckily this was not the case."
  • "I feel better communicating with others now."
  • "I learned from example how to deal with problems better."
  • "I would have loved for group to have lasted longer."
  • "My expectations were more than met, I found the group amazing."





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