Group therapy provides a safe and confidential place to explore concerns around various issues. Talking to other students who have had similar experiences offers support, healing, and perspective. All groups at NYU are held weekly and led by counselors. For some students, joining a group is one of the most powerful and rewarding experiences they have during their NYU years.

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Sign Up for a Group

Students interested in group therapy will first need to schedule a brief 15-minute phone screening with a counselor. The counselor will ask you a few questions to make sure you are being referred to the most appropriate group. During this call, you will also be scheduled to meet with the group facilitator to learn more about the group, have any questions answered, and collaboratively decide if the group is a good fit for you.

To get started, call us at (212) 998-4780 to schedule a group screening. These can not be booked on the SHC portal.

Groups are available at no cost to all registered NYU students. Currently, students must reside in certain states to attend groups. Please reach out to Genny Cuocci (gc914@nyu.edu) if you have questions regarding this.

For Additional Information

For more information about the CWS Group Program or questions about joining groups, please contact Genny Cuocci LCSW, CASAC at (212) 992-5678 or gc914@nyu.edu.

Summer 2022 Virtual Group Counseling

Check back here in late August for the Fall 2022 group counseling offerings!

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Loss

Living with Loss

Mondays, 3pm-4pm
This group helps students who may be feeling isolated in their grief. It provides a safe, supportive space to talk about death and loss with others who share similar experiences.

Eating Concerns

Making Peace with Food

Thursdays, 3pm-4:15pm
Do you obsess about your weight and shape? Never feel thin enough? Spend too much time thinking about what you will, or won’t, eat next? This group is for students with eating problems who want to explore, understand, and change these frustrating ways of coping.

Health and Wellness

Chronic Conditions

Fridays, 4pm-5pm
This group offers students ongoing clinical and peer support for managing chronic medical conditions (invisible or visible). The group will explore and process combating isolation, ableism, Spoon Theory, Mind-Body Connection, perception of self/relationship to condition, processing grief, relationship to peers and challenges navigating resources. Join anytime during the semester.

Relationships

Growth Through Connection (Undergrad)

Tuesdays, 3pm-4:30pm
This group is appropriate for undergrads who would like to improve the quality of their relationships with other people. Unfulfilling relationships (professional, friendship, or romantic) may lead to feelings of disconnection and negatively affect mental health, and the COVID-19 pandemic has posed new challenges regarding how we relate to others. This group will help participants learn about their current patterns of interaction and discover new ways of making better connections with others.

Substance Use

Choices and Change

Wednesdays, 2pm-3pm
This group provides a nonjudgmental opportunity for students to discuss concerns about their substance use, identify motivations and triggers, and consider making changes in behavior.

Trauma

Survivor Support and Empowerment: Men Identified

Fridays, 2pm-3pm
This support group provides a safe space for students that identify as men who are survivors of sexual assault. The group aids in coping with the impacts of sexual trauma on day-to-day life.

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