Cope with the diagnosis and symptoms of ADHD (including inattention to details, inability to follow through on tasks, losing things, and being easily distracted), while seeking practical solutions.
Learn to manage anger effectively, stop violence or the threat of violence, develop self-control over thoughts and actions, and receive support from others.
Encourage and support one another, improve social connection, share resources and information together, all while growing resilience in coping with college life. Join us in a setting of trust, safety, and mutual respect.
Learn how to like the way you look now with focus on self-acceptance, reducing worry, challenging self-criticism, and becoming more confident.
Learn to respond to stress and negative emotions by changing your thought patterns and learning DIY skills for managing daily life.
Check out Student Well-Being's CBT 101 Canvas course to learn how CBT works and access tools to support yourself on your own time. You may be directed to enroll in the Health and Well-Being course where you will find CBT 101 in the modules.
July 19th - August 23rd (5 weeks)
Experience the support of other students who are coping with the added burden of family troubles, such as divorce, alcoholism, mental health problems, chronic illness, unemployment, or incarceration.
Enjoy the support of other graduate students while exploring how to effectively work with your advisor, manage time, take care of yourself, and thrive during the semester.
Explore relationship challenges that lead to feelings of anxiety or depression while working to be healthy, create boundaries, and resolve conflicts positively.
Experience the encouragement of others in the LGBTQ+ community and support each other on the journey through college and beyond. Possible group activities include navigating college issues, sharing local & nationwide supports, practicing healthy self-care habits, processing stress & practicing coping skills, role-playing difficult conversations, discussing healthy dating practices, and much more.
Information coming soon!
Explore diverse issues regarding masculinity by addressing the role of the media in shaping perceptions, building healthy relationships, and increasing leadership in areas such as substance abuse and gender-based violence.
Explore your behaviors, reflect on ideas for change, avoid negative consequences related to drugs and alcohol, and experience the support of a safe group. This is not an abstinence-only group.
The Miner Support Network is a campus organization that works to de-stigmatize mental health through confidential, weekly, peer-facilitated groups while holistically working to create an inclusive community dedicated to empathy, trust, and relationship building through network-wide stress-busting events.
Learn more here.
Explore and practice effective strategies to improve your well-being.
Experience a highly structured group for students with the goal of reducing PTSD symptoms and increasing feelings of personal safety.
Reduce social anxiety, gain confidence, and practice skills in a safe and supportive setting.
Address challenges, share experiences, offer & receive support, find solutions, gain skills in becoming resilient, and learn how to live well in a compassionate environment.
Identify the root causes of test anxiety, gain practical skills in stress management, learn how to re-write your negative thinking, and find new ways to balance school work and life.