- Group counseling services are based on availability. To learn about receiving this service, you will participate in a 20-30 consultation meeting.
- Please call 352-392-1575 (8am-5pm) to arrange a brief consultation.
- Learn more about brief consultations.
Share your experiences with a small group of your peers and a counselor.
During the online sessions, members listen to each other’s concerns and openly provide feedback, while the facilitator guides the conversation. These interactions help you gain an understanding of yourself and others, explore new ways of relating with others, and learn more about the ways you interact. Groups are as effective and in some cases, more effective than individual therapy. Many clients find group helps them to feel a greater sense of connection to others and normalizes what they are going through.
This is not a drop in appointment. Attendance is limited and a full semester’s commitment is required. Prospective telegroup members will be scheduled to attend a group therapy online screening appointment with the group leader(s) prior to attending.
Online Group Counseling Spring 2021
- 11:00am-12:30pm, led by Drs. Marsha Cohen & Ebony Okafor
- 1:30-3:00pm, led by Dr. Felicia Brown & Lisa Buning, EdS
- 3:00-4:30pm, led by Dr. Marsha Cohen & Colby Hampton
- 5:30-7:00pm, led by Drs. Clark Slagle & Shu-Yi Wang
- 1:15-2:45pm, led by Dr. Clark Slagle & Lisa Buning, EdS
- 11:00am–12:30pm, led by Drs. Ana Cikara & Sneha Pitre
- 3:00–4:30pm, led by Drs. Saloni Taneja & Sneha Pitre
Led by Dr. Analesa Clarke and Pearis Bellamy
Led by Drs. Geoff Lee & Saloni Taneja
Mindful Living & Coping Skills
- 10:30am–12:00pm, led by Drs. Geoff Lee & Zully Rivera-Ramos
- 1:00–2:30pm, led by Drs. Geoff Lee & Clark Slagle
- 1:00-2:30pm, led by Dr. Geoff Lee
Led by Dr. Jen Stuart
Led by Dr. Jen Stuart
Led by Dr. Jen Stuart and Nick Gensmer
Sexual Orientation & Gender
Specific Populations Groups
a) learning about ADHD/ADD
b) identifying ways in which ADHD/ADD affects daily functioning and many aspects of life
c) Gaining skills and tools to cope with symptoms and enhance the quality of life.
The group is open to both graduate and undergraduate students.
Note: Students must have a diagnosis of ADHD or ADD (by a psychiatrist or comprehensive evaluations) to be considered for this group.
Led by Jessica McGrath
We asked clients: “What do you want other students to know about group?”
- “My experiences in group have made me more accepting of myself…”
- “(Group) really helped me to have a healthier college experience.”
- “It made me feel cared about and motivated me to change my behavior.”
- “My whole perspective changed and I learned more than I could have ever imagined.”
- “Group helped me feel connected with others not only in therapy, but in every aspect of my life.”