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Calm In Chaos Group
Calm in Chaos is a 4-week course designed to teach tools that help make the most chaotic day calmer. Using the model of 1) Hear it, 2) Do it, 3) Talk about it, the group lasts 4 weeks (one hour per week) and explores a variety of ways to make peace in our lives. This is a group for beginners. No experience is needed. The specific techniques practiced in class include:
Week 1: Rhythmic Breathing
Week 2: Progressive Muscle Relaxation
Week 3: Guided Imagery
Week 4: Mindfulness
Calm in Chaos is offered on Mondays from 3 to 4 pm from September 12th to October 3rd. For questions or to sign up, call (662) 915-3784.
General Therapy Group
Graduate Therapy Group
Grief & Loss Group
International Student Group
LGBTQ+ Support Group
Life-Altering Illness Support Group
Making Peace with Food Group (Eating Disorder/Disordered Eating Recovering Group)
Meditation: Just One Breath
Our longest-running group, this is a Zen based meditation practice which includes focusing attention on the breath and relaxing the nervous system.
This is offered on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 9:00 am.
Meditation: Sit and Sip
Tea meditation, with a mindfulness component. This is offered on Thursdays at 1:00 p.m.
Men of Color Group
Sexual Assault Survivor Group
The Social Anxiety Group Experience (S.A.G.E.)
Do you have a fear of interacting with other people? Are you concerned about looking nervous, or of humiliating or embarrassing yourself in front of others? Do you fear giving a speech? Do you turn down social events or avoid dating because you’ll feel uncomfortable? If you answered ‘yes’ to any of these questions — if you believe that your social anxiety limits your enjoyment in life — the Social Anxiety Group Experience may be for you. S.A.G.E. is an 8-week group experience based on cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) principles that can help you to combat your anxiety and get more fully engaged in your life. The group is structured to help you build your motivation to change. We will be identifying any patterns of avoidance that you have used in the past to control your anxiety; and then, we will develop step-by-step exercises to interrupt unhelpful thoughts that maintain your anxiety and to practice new skills both in and out of the group setting. Consider what your life might be like if you don’t make steps to change, and consider how your life would be if you no longer experienced social anxiety as a barrier. If you are interested in joining the Social Anxiety Group Experience, please contact the University Counseling Center at (662) 915-3784. The group is scheduled to begin the week of October 10th. All participants will be scheduled to meet individually with the group leader prior to the start of group.
Strategies Against Depression and Anxiety (SADA)
Substance Abuse (PsychoEd Group)
Transition to College/Home Away from Home (Homesickness Group)
Women of Color Group
The University Counseling Center Outreach Programming also offers other outreach programs to Ole Miss students, faculty/staff and the Oxford community. Programs are offered on a variety of health and wellness topics.
- Jean Jones Run/Walk
- Eating Disorders
- Facebook – What You Need to Know
- Grief and Loss
- Panic Attacks
- Sexual Violence
- Healthy Relationships
- Fair Fighting
- Relationship Violence