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Contact Information

410 Bowman Hall
Phone: 715/232-2468
Fax: 715/232-2111

Office Hours
8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Schedule an Appointment
Call 715/232-2468 or
Go to 410 Bowman Hall

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Mission and Values

The Counseling Center is a SAFE SPACE for individuals of all ethnicities, abilities, religions, sexual orientation, physical appearance/size, and gender identities.

All groups are free and confidential

For many emotional and relationship issues that college students face, group counseling is the best treatment choice. Groups provide students with the unique opportunity to utilize peer interaction to work toward improving themselves. At the Counseling Center, we offer a wide array of groups to address the needs of our students. 

Although many students are initially hesitant to join a group, participants consistently find groups to be a very beneficial and positive experience. New groups form each semester and typically meet on a weekly basis once they begin. In some cases, before joining a group or class, students meet with the group leaders to determine if a particular group or class is a good fit for them. 

To inquire about any of our groups or to set up a pre-group interview, please call 715-232-2468.

Counseling Center Groups - Spring 2015

Eating Disorder Recovery

Thursdays, 3:30-4:45 pm 
425 Bowman Hall | Start Date1/29/15 | Pre-screening required

This group focuses on supporting recovery from eating disorders.  Students who attend are striving to maintain healthy eating behaviors and find support and encouragement from the group.  Issues such as body image, comparing to others, managing moods, perfectionism, and coping strategies are typically discussed.

Mastering Stress

Tuesdays, 11:10-11:30 am (Silent Meditation) | 11:40 am-12:00 pm (Guided Meditation)
Oakwood Room, MSC | Ongoing starting 1/27/15 and ending 5/12/15

Mastering Stress will introduce participants at all levels of skill to group meditation for stress management and general wellness. Mastering Stress is an open group, meaning that students and staff can attend one or both sessions each week without having an appointment.

Practicing Positivity

Mondays, 3:30-5:00 pm 
425 Bowman Hall | Start date TBD | Pre-screening required

Are you struggling to notice the good things in life? Do you find yourself dwelling on negative experiences and interactions? In this 8-week group, you will learn ways in which you can bring more enjoyment, meaning, and fulfillment into your life and relationships in ways that are practical and long-lasting.

Interpersonal Process

Tuesdays, 1:00-2:30 pm
Wednesdays, 2:30-4:00 pm

425 Bowman Hall | Start Date TDB | Pre-screening required

Would you like to relate more confidently and comfortably with others and improve your self-esteem? Interpersonal process groups provide opportunities to share experiences, learn new perspectives, and experiment with new ways of relating to others in a safe and supportive environment.

Managing Life Challenges

Tuesdays, 2:30-4:00 pm
425 Bowman Hall | Start Date TDB | Pre-screening required

Do you struggle with difficulties managing emotions, relationships, or personal behaviors? This is an 8-session group that will help you lead a more fulfilling and satisfying life by teaching skills to assist with better navigating stressful situations. Participants will learn how to become more tolerant  and less reactive to difficult emotions, to make thoughtful decisions when under stress, and to become more effective in interpersonal relationships.

Sexual Trauma Survivor's Support

Thursdays, 1:30-2:30 pm
425 Bowman Hall | Start Date 10/2/14 | Open Group (No Pre-Screening Required)

Childhood and adult sexual trauma can impact a survivor's physical, mental, social, and academic well-being. This support group is for female students who have experienced sexual trauma and/or assault and are interested in meeting with other survivors in a confidential and safe environment. The group will meet weekly, co-facilitated by a sexual assault advocate from the Bridge to Hope and a counseling intern from the Counseling Center.