Peer Support Groups

Tiger Counseling Center is proud to offer Peer Support Groups as an alternative or supplement to Individual Counseling services.

Our peer-led gatherings provide a safe and empathetic space for individuals facing similar challenges to connect, share experiences, and support one another on their journeys to wellness. Here, you'll find a community of like-minded individuals who understand the unique struggles you may be facing.

Whether you're seeking guidance, validation, or simply a sense of belonging, our peer support groups offer a nurturing environment where your voice is heard, your experiences are valued, and together, we navigate the path towards healing and growth. Join us in fostering connections and finding strength in shared experiences.

To sign up for a group, please click HERE and select “Group Sign-Up” to complete participant paperwork.

Tiger Den LogoTiger Den

College is an exciting and sometimes difficult phase in a young adults life. In this group, participants will discuss topics related to general mental health as they show up in college. The group will also spotlight anxiety in social situations.

EmpowHer LogoEmpowHER:

When women are more than twice as likely to struggle with their emotional wellness in comparison to men, finding your village is extremely beneficial. This group is for female-identified, registered, students at Wittenberg and focuses on mental health as they relate to women on campus. Topics to be covered include: communication skills, emotional understanding and regulation, healthy relationships, and more.

Minds Like Mine LogoMinds Like Mine:

College is a difficult journey, one that benefits from emotional support of those will similar backgrounds. Minds Like Mine is a Peer Support Group for registered, Students of Color on Wittenberg’s Campus. Group topics will explore the intersections of mental health, race, and ethnicity as they relate to life at Wittenberg.

No Hard FeelingsNo Hard Feelings:

As young men in college, it can be difficult to explore mental health and vulnerability in a safe space. No Hard Feelings is a group for registered, male-identified, students at Wittenberg and focuses on the destigmatizing of mental health through peer support. Topics to be covered in this group include: vulnerability, emotional understanding, healthy relationships, and stress management.

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