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Fall 2017 Support Groups

Sexual Assault Support

The group is open to individuals who have survived sexual assault in their lives. The hope is to provide a safe space for survivors to talk about their experience and gain support from others who have lived through similar experiences.

  • Group meets on Mondays at 4:00 p.m. in the Counseling Center Conference Room 184 starting Week 2 through Week 10
  • Please contact Dr. Heather Dannison with additional questions at heather.dannison@kzoo.edu or call 269.337.7348

Connections

This is a group open to all individuals interested in learning how to establish, develop, and maintain healthy relationships in a supportive environment.

  • Group meets on Wednesdays at 4:00 p.m. in the Counseling Center Waiting Room starting Week 2 through Week 10
  • Please contact Dr. Erika Driver with additional questions at erika.driver@kzoo.edu or call 269.337.5782

Soul Circle

This group provides a safe and supportive environment to discuss pertinent issues related to race and gender. We welcome all students of color who identify as a woman, gender queer & non-conforming, and transgender to participate.

  • Group meets on Tuesdays at 4:00 p.m. in the Intercultural Center starting Week 2 through Week 10
  • Please contact Dr. Kenlana Ferguson with additional questions at kenlana.ferguson@kzoo.edu or call 269.337.7191

Trans* Support Group

This is a group for individuals questioning their gender identity, or for transgender, gender non-conforming, gender non-binary persons.

  • Group meets on Fridays at 4:00 p.m. in the Counseling Conference Room 184 starting Week 1 through Week 10
  • Please contact Dr. Heather Dannison with additional questions at heather.dannison@kzoo.edu or call 269.337.7348

What Does It Mean to Be White?: A Group to Facilitate Personal Reflection and Social Change

This group will provide a space for White students to have meaningful dialogues about race and racism. Topics of discussion will include: how race shapes the lives of White people, colorblind racism, common patterns of well-intentioned White people, and popular White Narratives that deny racism. Participants will also learn strategies to take action against racism and oppression.

  • Group meets on Fridays at 4:00 p.m. in the ARCUS starting Week 2 through Week 10