Group Counseling

Interested in Group Counseling?

In group counseling, not only do students receive tremendous understanding, support, and encouragement from others facing similar issues, but they also gain different perspectives, ideas, and viewpoints on those issues. It is a form of helping in which a small number of people come together under the guidance of a professionally trained therapist to help themselves and one another address mental health and other personal concerns. Talk to a clinician and ask about our group counseling program to get connected and learn more.

Due to current high rates of COVID-19 infections, all groups offered during spring 2022 will be virtual until further notice.

Making Florida Southern Home

Wednesdays @ 9:00 AM - January - Online

Having difficulty adjusting to college life, making friends or missing home? This is a support group for students transitioning into college. Meet with others who are experiencing college for the first time and connecting with the campus community.

Building Healthy Relationships

Wednesdays @ 10:00 AM - Online

Even the most successful relationships have conflict. It’s not the presence of the conflict but rather how it’s managed that predicts success or failure. This educational group will allow you to learn about building and maintaining healthy intimate relationships. You’ll be able to share own experiences and receive feedback with the goal of identifying functional vs dysfunctional patterns.

Build Yourself Back Up

Thursdays @ 11:00 AM - Online

Everyone has the capacity to recover from difficult situations and the ability to respond effectively to stress and adversity. This educational group will focus on important factors that help build and foster resiliency.

Healthy Habits, The Procrastination Station

Fridays @ 2:00 PM - Online

“He who fails to plan is planning to fail.” - Winston Churchill

Please join us at the FSC Counseling Center for a weekly procrastination buster. Each week individuals will meet in the group setting so we can discuss what areas of your life you may want to modify, barriers to you making progress, and develop a personalized plan for success. Group topics include, but are not limited to: What is procrastination, how assessing your wants/needs/values can reduce procrastination, how to set obtainable goals, general coping skills (distress tolerance, mindfulness, self-care), wanting signs to look out for; what leads to burnout.

Required when attending the group: please bring your syllabus or have access to your class assignments each group. Please bring planner(s) of your choice as we will be actively working on them in group. If you use a virtual planner please have access to it in group.

Stress Management & Self-Care

Tuesdays @ 3:00 PM - Online

Do you struggle with stress management and self-care? Then take action and signup for this webinar, which will help you identify your stressors, develop stress management techniques, and learn ways to practice self-care to ensure a successful semester. We look forward to seeing you there!

Safe Zone

Have you seen the rainbow certificates posted outside the offices of faculty, staff, and student employees across campus? This indicates that the College employee within that office is Safe Zone trained! The Florida Southern College Safe Zone program was created as a way to support and embrace our Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Intersex, Queer, and Questioning (LGBTQ+) persons within the LGBTQ+ community here at Florida Southern College. Safe Zone Allies focus on building a community that listens, acts, and educates others. The mission of Safe Zone is to build a community of Allies who support and advocate for the rights of the College’s LGTBQ+ community members.

This program is scheduled to be presented virtually once a month to any interested faculty member, staff or student or upon request to any department of student organization.


Wednesdays @ 2:00 - 3:00 PM - Online

This program is for faculty members, staff or student organizations to assist in identifying the warning signs of a student in distress, establishing a dialogue with the identified individual, and resources that may assist you in supporting the student/peer.

Mindful Mocs

This group provides basic instruction and consistent opportunity to practice meditation/mindfulness through different activities including breathing and light yoga. Participants benefit from insight and support to establish mindful practice. This group will be held in person and outside in collaboration with the Wellness Center and staff. Please check on the Counseling Center or Wellness Center website for scheduled times and location.