General Therapy

Release feelings about distressing experiences, develop insights about interpersonal patterns through support and feedback, create connections, and build trust in yourself and others.


  • 1:00–2:30pm, diversity-focused. Led by Jaime Funderburk at CWC Radio Road.
  • 3:00–4:30pm. Led by Zully Rivera-Ramos at CWC Radio Road.


  • 1:00–2:30pm. Led by Jeannie Latimer and Linda Lewis at CWC Radio Road.
  • 3:00–4:30 pm, for grad students. Led by Jen Alonso and Debbie Weiss-Hatfield at CWC Radio Road.
  • 3:00–4:30pm, in Spanish (¿Cómo Estás?). Led by Zully Rivera-Ramos and Victoria Rodriguez at CWC Peabody Hall.
  • 3:00–4:30pm. Led by Amanda Alexander and Yamini Bellare at CWC Peabody Hall.


  • 1:00–2:30pm, for grad students. Led by Analesa Clarke and Shu-Yi Wang at CWC Peabody Hall.
  • 3:15–4:45pm. Led by Laurel Nesbit and Sara Nash at CWC Peabody Hall.


  • 1:00–2:30pm, for first-generation students. Led by Rebecca Crain at CWC Radio Road.
  • 3:15–4:45pm. Led by Anthony Greene and Amy Tseng at CWC Radio Road.


  • 1:15–2:45pm. Led by Lisa Winn and Zully Rivera-Ramos at CWC Radio Road.



For Specific Populations

Únete al grupo de terapia en español para conocerte y entenderte, a tí y a otras personas, explorando patrones interpersonales a través del apoyo y la retroalimentación en el grupo.

Led by Zully Rivera-Ramos and Victoria Rodriguez at CWC Peabody Hall

During the unique experience of graduate school, receive support to survive and flourish, and have a place to discuss your stresses and joys.

Led by Linda Lewis at CWC Radio Road.

Freshman year can be exciting as well as challenging. Living away from home for the first time, control over your time, living with new people, and getting used to a college curriculum are just a few. Fall Semester was a time of settling in and leaning about UF. Let Spring Semester be a time for learning to be a Successful Freshman academically , socially, physically and emotionally. This group will address common freshman stresses and issues like loneliness, time management, setting goals for physical and emotional health, navigating roommate issues, and how to get involved at UF. It’s a chance to see that many other freshmen feel just like you!

Led by Jeannie Latimer at CWC Radio Road.

Discuss cultural, career, educational, relational and financial concerns unique to international students and identify available resources to help you.

Led by Chun-Chung Choi at CWC Radio Road.


Led by Chun-Chung Choi and Chai Lin at CWC Radio Road.

Black women are empowered in discussing concerns facing them today and in gaining rituals, self-care, and connectedness for conquering negative patterns.

Led by Analesa Clarke at CWC Peabody Hall.

Sexual Orientation & Gender

Explore issues related to sexual orientation and gender identity, and gain support in integrating your identity with other areas of your life.

Led by Carlos Hernandez and Sarah McConnell at CWC Radio Road.

Explore the challenges and joys of integrating one’s gender identity and expression. Process your unique journey through self-awareness and exploration leading towards a greater sense of self-acceptance.

Led by Carlos Hernandez and Maggie Cregan at CWC Radio Road.

Peer Support

For exploring voices, visions, premonitions, presences, plurality, and other extreme, “unusual,” poetic, spiritual or otherwise alternative beliefs, perspectives, or experiences. For more information please follow this link.

Led by Jim Probert at CWC Peabody Hall.

Develop awareness of personal and relational patterns, view life experiences from many angles, and create new ways of seeing, thinking and doing.

  • Tuesdays, 3:15–4:45pm
  • Fridays, 10:30am–12:00pm

Led by Jim Probert, Sara Nash, and Sunni Lutton at CWC Peabody Hall.

To learn more about Intentional Peer Support please visit

IPS Core Training takes us much deeper into the philosophy and practice of Intentional Peer Support.

Through dialogues, activities, videos, and other co-learning strategies, we have an opportunity to question, reflect, challenge, and experiment with this powerful way of engaging with ourselves and others.

Led by Jim Probert and Sara Nash at CWC Peabody Hall.

To learn more about Intentional Peer Support please visit

Develop personal plans for maintaining wellness and for addressing internal and external signals of increasing distress. Group emphasizes hope, personal responsibility, education, self-advocacy and support.

Led by Jim Probert and Sara Nash at CWC Peabody Hall.

To learn more about WRAP please visit

Themed Groups

Exercise reduces stress, improves mood, and can enhance your personal and academic functioning. Learn tips and participate in gentle exercise to enhance your well-being in this fun and supportive group.

Led by Geoff Lee at CWC Radio Road.

This group promotes coping with chronic medical challenges through integration of mind-body healing from a psychological perspective and shared support from others.

Led by Debbie Weiss Hatfield and Bev Brady at CWC Radio Road.

For women with eating disorders who would like to examine their relationship with food and their bodies, and who are in or have been in individual therapy.

Led by Roberta Seldman and Ana Cikara at CWC Radio Road.

Develop stress reduction and relapse prevention strategies, and gain strength from others in maintaining recovery. People interested in recovery from all addictions are welcome.

Led by Alvin Lawrence at CWC Peabody Hall.

Women survivors of an assault are welcome to begin or continue their healing journey through connection with other survivors, and learning practices for self-care and connection with self.

Led by Julie Abrams-Bernier and Debbie Weiss-Hatfield at CWC Radio Road.

Mindful Living & Coping Skills

Learn and practice DBT (Dialectical Behavioral Therapy), mindfulness and distress tolerance skills in a safe and supportive environment to enhance your ability to get through difficult times.

Led by Mei-Fang Lan and Hannah Warshowsky at CWC Radio Road.

Learn body-based mindfulness and moving meditation practices such as gentle stretches, mindful walking, qi gong to help reduce stress/anxiety, regulate emotions, and improve concentration.

Led by Julie Abrams-Bernier and Jennifer Pritchett at CWC Radio Road.

Learn and practice Mindfulness Meditation, a time-tested method for helping people quiet their minds, feel more relaxed, and non judgmentally focus on the present.

  • Mondays, 1:00–2:30pm. Led by Geoff Lee at CWC Radio Road.
  • Mondays, 3:00–4:30pm. Led by Jen Alonso at CWC Radio Road.
  • Tuesdays, 5:10-6:45pm. Led by Linda Lewis and Jeannie Latimer at CWC Radio Road.
  • Tuesdays, 3:15-4:45pm. Led by Tina Tannen and Jennifer Pritchett at CWC Radio Road.
  • Wednesdays, 1:15-2:45pm.  Led by Julie Abrams-Bernier at CWC Radio Road.
  • Thursdays, 1:15–2:45pm. Led by Geoff Lee and Ken Myers at CWC Radio Road.
  • Fridays, 10:00–11:30am. Led by Jennifer Pritchett at CWC Radio Road. Starts mid-semester.
  • Fridays, 10:30am–12:00pm. Led by Analesa Clarke and Laurel Nesbit at CWC Peabody Hall.
  • Fridays, 1:15–2:45pm. Led by Analesa Clarke and Amy Tseng at CWC Peabody Hall.
Women gain healing and empowerment through meditation and increase well-being by sharing concerns, providing support and focusing on interpersonal and oppression-sensitive perspectives.

Led by Jamie Funderburk at CWC Peabody Hall.

Cultivate stonger relationships and self-esteem through practices designed to increase authentic and rewarding connection.

Led by Keri Johnson at CWC Radio Road.