Group Therapy


Group therapy is a powerful treatment modality offered at the Psychological and Counseling Center. The power of group lies in the support and feedback given by other group members as well as by the therapists. Groups generally consist of between five and 11 members, and are led by one or two therapists. While joining a group can feel intimidating, many mental health professionals believe group treatment offers advantages which cannot be found in individual counseling or therapy. But don't worry, in a group you will not be coerced to speak about any issues you wish to remain private.

We offer a variety of different types of groups. Our current groups are shown below. New groups are often developed as needed. Please feel free to call the Center at (615) 322-2571 (on campus 2-2571) if you see a topic that you would like to inquire about.

 from the American Group Psychotherapy Association

UndergraduateGreen.jpgChanging Course

Screen Shot 2014-01-08 at 10.01.20 AM.png Continuum

DBTGold.jpg DBT Skills Training

AcademicBlue.jpg Forward and Beyond

GraduateRed.jpg Graduate Process Group

GriefBlue.jpg Grief Talking Circle

FamilyBlue.jpg Undergraduate Process Group

Screen Shot 2014-01-10 at 2.31.23 PM.png Women's Group

Affinity Groups

CopingGreen.jpg Students of Color Affinity Group Series


WorkshopBlue.jpg ADHD Workshops

DBTGold.jpg​The Psychology of Peak Performance