The UCC is excited to offer support groups for Fall 2021. Listed here are the groups being offered with brief descriptions, times, and locations.
Disclaimer: These groups will not be Counseling Groups. These groups are Support Groups. Discretion is encouraged, but confidentiality cannot be guaranteed. If presenting concerns warrant further treatment, a referral to the UCC will be made.
If you would like to JOIN in a support group, we ask that you fill out the google form below, you will be sent a link to join the support group through email.
If I am a Student involved with The Office of Student Advocacy and Accountability, I need to look for support groups that are approved Support groups as identified by **** The Office of Student Advocacy and Accountability Approved****
Virtual Support Group Recommendations:
* During virtual support groups plan to be alone or utilize headphones to protect the anonymity of others and private conversations.
* Reduce noise around you and place your microphone on mute if you're not sharing or talking. Also pay attention to your background to not be distracting to other meeting attendees.
* Minimize distractions by not multitasking during the meetings. Try and give your full attention to the support group experience.
* Make sure to continue attending the "meeting before the meeting" and staying after the allotted time. This remains the best time to strengthen relationships with your fellow community members.
* An audio and visual presence is encouraged if possible.
*As going around the circle to determine who shares next is not always feasible "popcorn" style and "pass the stick" style meetings are encouraged.
Here and Queer
An interactive support group that will explore issues impacting Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Questioning, Intersex, Asexual, and Pansexual students.
Wednesdays at 4pm
LIONS ForTheCulture Seminar
A seminar providing a space for people of color and allies to explore issues regarding
race. All of Southeastern community is welcome.
Respectful environment is strictly enforced!
Sept 15th and Oct 13th at 4pm
LION UP Recovery Book Club
The LION UP Recovery Book Club is a weekly Recovery Book Discussion support group. Join us as we read through the Big Book of Alcoholics Anonymous. The support group is open to all those who are interested. The purpose is to bring faculty, students and staff together for meaningful discussion around topics of recovery. Participants discuss the reading, what they learned and what they can relate to. This group hosts a moderator and a tag-pass format.
Tuesdays at 10am.
Overcoming Anxiety and Depression Seminar
Monthly psychoeducational and support groups where members learn empowering skills and build support for one another through anxiety and depression.
Sept 30th, Oct 28th, Nov 18th, and Dec 2nd at 5pm - In-Person
Refuge Recovery is grounded in the belief that Buddhist principles and practices create a strong foundation for the addiction recovery process. Wisdom and compassion enable those struggling with any form of addiction to become more mindful of their mental processes while also developing a deep understanding of the suffering that addiction has created and compassion for their own path.
Tuesdays at 8am
Wednesdays at 9am
Thursdays at 12:30 pm
This is a science-based addiction support group where we learn self-empowering skills and support each other in our recovery. No matter what your addiction, SMART Recovery can help you change.
Fridays at 9am
SMART Family and Friends
“SMART Recovery Family & Friends” is a support group designed to provide concerned significant others the tools they need to effectively support their loved one, without supporting the addictive behavior. “SMART Recovery Family & Friends” will include tools for emotional self-management, positive communication, boundary setting, changing enabling behaviors, dealing with trust issues, and more.
Fridays at 10am
Southeastern Recovery Night
Southeastern Recovery Night is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength, and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem, and help others in their struggle with addiction. This Recovery Night is not A.A. or any other traditional 12- step program. It is however, our desire to recognize and affirm milestones of recovery in all 12-step programs, as well as addictions for which an appropriate 12-step group may not even exist.
Wednesdays at 5 pm
Virtual Community Support Groups
If you are interested in additional virtual support groups please click here for more information. These groups are not affiliated with Southeastern Louisiana University in any way.