Counseling Services

Counseling Services

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Group Counseling

 

Counseling Services Groups

These groups are located on campus and are led by Counseling Services staff.

 

ACT Together

ACT Together is an open group (you can attend as many or as few sessions as you want) for peers to offer each other support and discuss shared experiences with depression and other mood disorders. The group counselor will lead discussion and offer skills training in resilience, managing depression, and increasing well-being using the lens of Acceptance & Commitment Therapy. The group will meet via Zoom and will utilize online self-help resources from TAO.

Attending students are required to register in advance via Qualtrics in order to obtain the Zoom link. Students will also be required to agree to group rules and informed consent when registering.

The group will meet on the first and third Tuesdays of the month beginning 09/01/2020 during Common Time (11am – 12:15am), with ten sessions per semester.

To register, visit http://bit.ly/ACTtogether (case sensitive). For questions, please contact Elizabeth Tate at tatee@winthrop.edu

 

Recommended Groups

These groups take place on campus or in the nearby community.  They are not led by Counseling Services staff, but we recommend them.

 

Alcoholics Anonymous

Tuesdays 6pm, Crawford 109

This is an Open Discussion meeting that is open to anyone interested in Alcoholics Anonymous' programs of recovery.  (No Smoking, Wheelchair Accessible)

For More Information: 803-230-3067

 

Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance

1st and 3rd Thursdays 7:15-8:45 PM, Presbyterian Student Center 412 Park Ave. Rock Hill, SC 29730

The Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance (DBSA) is the leading peer- directed national organization focused on the two most prevalent mental health conditions―depression and bipolar disorder―which affect more than 21 million Americans and account for 90% of the nation’s suicides every year.

DBSA assists millions of people each year with in-person and online peer support; current, readily understandable information about depression and bipolar disorder; and empowering tools focused on an integrated approach to wellness.

It is the leading peer-directed national organization focused on delivering peer-based, wellness-oriented, and empowering support and education for those who experience Depression and Bipolar Disorder. There are over 650 support groups and 250 chapters nationwide, including Rock Hill and Charlotte.

For more information: dbsarockhillsc@gmail.com

 

Grief Support

Hospice and Community Care is a local agency who offers free group counseling to aid you in processing grief and loss.  See more: Bereavement and Grief Support Services

 

LGBTQ+ Support Group

"Resilience through Connection" is a support group whose purpose is to promote self-acceptance, improve coping skills, provide a sense of hope, and engage individuals in meaningful relationships with each other in a safe space.  Group facilitator Ashlyn Bordelon is a Counselor in Training through Winthrop's Department of Counseling and Development. For more information, see the Brochure.

 

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Last Updated: 9/8/20