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Support / Discussion Groups

Any enrolled student, including non-clients, may participate in a group that reflects the student personhood. Each group offers a respectful and supportive atmosphere where safety and trust abound.

For Us By Us: Black Student Support / Discussion Group

The group, which meets every two weeks for 75 minutes, is for students who are of any African origin (African, African American, Black American, Afro-Latino, Multiracial with a part being African/Black). A detailed description of the group is available here.

For up-to-date information about the day, time, and location of the next gathering (and to request to receive an email reminder of each gathering), email the facilitator, Ashley Logan, Licensed Professional Counselor, at alogan18fl [at] ollusa.edu

 Transgender Student Support / Discussion Group

The group, which meets every two weeks for 75 minutes, includes a wide variety of students including trans men, trans women, transmasculine, transfeminine, nonbinary, agender, gender fluid, and students questioning their gender identity or expression. A detailed description of the group is available here

For up-to-date information about the day, time, and location of the next gathering (and to request to receive an email reminder of each gathering), email co-facilitator Richard Reams, associate director of Counseling Services, at rreams [at] trinity.edu. Amy Stone, professor of sociology, also co-facilitates.

Support / Discussion Group for Students with Asperger's

The group, which meets every two weeks for 60 minutes, is for students who have been diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder, Asperger Syndrome, suspect they may be on the spectrum, or who find interacting with others and/or making friends to be a challenge. (The group is not well suited for students for whom social anxiety alone inhibits their ability to interact with others and/or make friends.) A detailed description of the group is available here.

For up-to-date information about the day, time, and location of the next gathering (and to request to receive an email reminder of each gathering), email facilitator Dema Stout at dema [at] sbcglobal.net.