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Current Therapy Groups

Counseling and Psychological Services offers several therapy groups each semester. To join a group, just call CAPS at 850.474.2420 and ask about groups. All groups have a limited number of seats, so first come, first served! Each group will start as soon as we have enough members!

Everything is Sweeter Together

UWF students often prefer group therapy because they gain feedback and support from fellow students who understand. It can be scary to enter group therapy, and anxiousness is natural and healthy. Please remember that your fellow group members will also share similar fears. You are not the only one. Before entering a group, you will have an opportunity to meet with the group leader(s) through a group screening appointment. In your group screening appointment, you'll have the opportunity to learn more about the group and to have all questions answered. If you would like to learn more about group therapy, just call 850.474.2420 during office hours Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.-5 p.m.

Argo Connect: All Gender

In Person in Building 960, Student Wellness, Office 200A

  • Mondays: 3-4:30 p.m. Facilitated by Kristina Akers, MA, Registered Mental Health Counselor Intern and Mai Dinh, Pre-Masters Intern
  • Fridays: 10-11:30 a.m. Facilitated by Ekaterina (Katya) Knapp, MA, LMHC, and Kristina Akers, MA, Registered Mental Health Counselor Intern

Are you feeling unsatisfied in your relationships and want to connect with people on a deeper level? Do you feel uncomfortable or awkward in social situations? Do you want to learn how other people cope with challenges similar to those you are facing? Do you struggle with loneliness? You are not alone. The Argo Connect: All Gener provides students with an opportunity to increase their insight into their interpersonal style, make sense of their relationship experiences, improve their self-esteem, process mood and anxiety concerns, gain support and feedback, and practice new ways of connecting with other UWF students.