When a Family Member has an Addiction

This group is designed to:

  • Deepen your understanding of yourself,
  • Share the experiences that have had an impact on your life,
  • Explore how your current behavior relates to the past.
  • Make sense of your family’s interaction style, and
  • Help you develop healthier ways of coping.

Interpersonal Effectiveness & Mindfulness Skills

This group is designed to help you:

  • Learn how to communicate in a way that enhances rather than undermines your relationships.
  • Discover how to better express your needs to others—and when it is and it is not useful to do so.
  • Learn how living a more mindful and nonjudgmental life can help your ability to communicate more effectively.
  • Become more effective in managing conflict.

LBTQ Women’s Group

 Drop-ins are welcome!

This group is designed to provide a space for lesbian, bisexual, transgender, queer and questioning women to:

  • Be themselves in a safe and welcoming environment
  • Receive support from each other and the group facilitator
  • Relax and have fun

Call 401-874-2288 for day and time
Held in room 006, Lower Level, Potter Building (Health Services)

Mindfulness & Distress Tolerance Skills

This group is designed to help you:

  • Become better able to tolerate and accept distressing events in your life.
  • Discover how to quiet your inner critic.
  • Learn how to soothe yourself during difficult times.
  • Become more effective in your life.
  • Learn how to live more in the present moment rather than worrying about the future or the past.

Support for Sobriety

This group is for students who have quit drinking or using drugs:  It is designed to:

  • Support students who have chosen to quit drinking or using drugs
  • Be an alternative or addition to “12-step” programs (e.g. AA or NA)


For more information or to schedule a meeting to learn more about joining any of these groups, stop by the Counseling Center in Room 217 of Roosevelt Hall or call 874-2288

(note: walk-ins are welcome at the LBTQ Women’s Group).

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