Group Therapy

Why Group Therapy?

We want to feel seen and heard. We want human connection. We want to feel like we belong. With group therapy, you get the best of both worlds: the ear of a trained therapist, and the expertise and compassion of your peers. Members learn about themselves by understanding one another. This collective learning based on interpersonal exchanges is transformative.

Fall 2022 Groups

All BCC therapy groups are 45-minutes long and, as of now, meet on Zoom (we will update this info closer to the start of the semester). Groups are open to both undergrads and grad students unless noted. Please note: some details of the Fall 2022 groups might change and/or will not be solidified until August, so keep checking this webpage for the most up-to-date info! Also, most group leaders are not at the BCC over the summer, so if you do register for a group, please keep a lookout for an introductory email in late August.

Register for a Group

re:MIND Anxiety and Depression Symposia

The re:MIND Symposia program helps students build essential, fundamental mental health skills and knowledge. Each group is run by a trained clinician specifically focused on a clinical issue. Groups are offered as three weekly sessions at varying times throughout the week.

The Symposia are offered in addition to all other BCC services. Each student who begins treatment with the BCC, or who has been an ongoing individual treatment struggling with symptoms of depression or anxiety, has the option to attend.

Other Group/Workshop Options

If there is a group topic you’re interested in (e.g., Substances and Me, Disordered Eating Support, Alternative Healing, etc.), please let us know by emailing Hadassah Margolis.

Looking for a one-time workshop or presentation on a mental health topic? The BCC offers the following workshops:

Or another topic of your choice!

To make a request or a see a list of workshops offered by HAWP and BTW, visit the Health and Wellness Promotion website

Off-campus groups

Common Misperceptions about Group Therapy 

Reprinted with permission from the Virginia Commonwealth University website

Questions about group therapy at the BCC? Contact Hadassah Margolis, Lead, Group Therapy Program.