Division of Student Affairs > Support Services > Counseling > Group Counseling
This is a great time to take advantage of the unlimited counseling sessions offered in groups.
In an effort to better serve students, we are offering group counseling to DePaul students. Without compromising privacy, students can learn more about themselves and gain support from others. All are welcome to take advantage of this opportunity regardless of race, gender, religion, sexual orientation, disability or ethnicity; and we are committed to providing students with the best services possible.
A variety of groups and workshops are offered at the Lincoln Park and Loop campuses, as well as online, for students who may be struggling with specific issues (e.g. grief/loss, self-esteem), or who would like to understand more about how they tend to relate to others in general. Group counseling and educational workshops can be particularly effective for a broad array of concerns. These resources not only offer students an opportunity to get support and feedback from others, but also to learn more about themselves in unique and stimulating ways.
Depending on student turnout and other factors, groups may change from quarter to quarter throughout the academic year. For the most up-to-date information on groups currently offered, please visit the counseling center or contact UCS.
Be on the lookout for these and other groups that will be forming throughout the school year:
Women's Group: This weekly, ongoing, interpersonal process group for female-identified undergraduate and graduate women looking for a safe and confidential space to better understand themselves and others in relationships.
Date: Every Friday
Time: 1:00 pm to 2:30 pm
General Process Group: Weekly, ongoing group for students who would like to better understand and improve the quality of their relationships with friends, family and significant others. In addition, student will come together to discuss their experiences with anxiety, depression and other related struggles and how these issues affect various areas of life including academics, socializing, and self esteem. This group is designed to provide a safe place to process challenges and learn new ways of coping and navigating the world.
Time: 10:00 am to 11:30 am