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Our group services include group therapy and discussion groups that are skills-focused and relationship-oriented with a variety of goals that aim to promote wellbeing. Groups provide opportunities to increase self-awareness and increase the quality of your interactions with others and research demonstrates that group therapy is equally effective as individual therapy and is often the treatment of choice for student issues.
While these groups are free and open to all Duke students, pre-group screening is required. Please call 919-660-1000 to set up a pre-screening appointment.
This group provides opportunities to increase awareness of thoughts and feelings in real moments of social interaction, to experience and communicate empathy, and to give and receive feedback while recognizing patterns in relationships.
This skills-based group is for anyone who tends to be their own worst critic. It teaches mindfulness and self-compassion skills that are important for developing emotional resilience and overall wellbeing, especially during stressful times.
This evidence-based group offers students an opportunity to learn core mindfulness and emotional regulation. Students will learn skills to cope with their daily stress in a structured setting.
This is a supportive and empowering group for Black female students to foster a sense of community and promote a safe space for healing and wellness that allows for self-expression and open dialogue related to the unique experiences and challenges of being a Black woman.
Many of us have been confronted with loss throughout the pandemic, whether that is losing a family member, a friend, or an important person in life. If you have found yourself dealing with grief and loss, please join this supportive process to gather in community, reflect on the feelings associated with your loss, and receive support.
This group provides a space for graduate and professional students to connect, share, and receive support. Topics for this group include school/work/life balance, building rapport with advisors and peers, perfectionism, imposter syndrome, career planning, family and other personal relationships, self-care, and stress management.