The CSU Health Network offers a variety of resources, counseling, and support group options for students' mental health and wellbeing.
Support Groups (Therapy)
Coming Out, Being Out & Questioning Support Group
Thursdays 3:00pm-4:30pm | Ongoing Enrollment
This group is meant to be a supportive and open space for individuals to explore their sexual orientation and gender identities with other members of the LGBTQ+ communities.
We meet weekly to offer and receive support while also engaging in a variety of discussions on topics including increasing awareness of self, building resilience, and connecting with community.
If you are interested in exploring your identities and need some support, give us a call to set up a group screening appointment. This group is open to new members throughout the semester.
For more information, call the Health Network at 970-491-6053 and request to be scheduled for a Coming Out & Being Out Group screening appointment.
Transgender & Gender Fluid Support Group
Wednesdays 3:30pm-5:00pm | Ongoing Enrollment
This group is a space for trans* and gender diverse students to gain more support and a sense of community related to gender identity. This group emphasizes group participation, mutual respect, and inclusivity.
The group welcomes FTM and MTF spectrum individuals, genderqueer persons, intersex folks, and those questioning their gender identity. Advanced screening is required prior to attendance. Screenings can be set up by calling the Health Network at 970-491-6053 and requesting to join the Trans & Gender Fluid Support Group.
Additional Support Groups
Did you know the Health Network offer support groups across a variety of experiences? Check out their full list of support groups here, including:
- BIPoC Support Group
- Womxn of Color Support Group
- Taming the Anxious Mind
- Trauma Skills Group
- Depression Skills Group
- Alcohol & Other Drugs Support Group
- Body Positive Group
Multicultural Counseling Drop-In Hours
What are Drop-In Hours?
All students can access the general drop-in hours offered at Counseling Services on Mondays through Fridays. Students who identify as people of color, members of the LGBTQ+ community, and/or have a disability also can access Multicultural Counseling Drop-In Hours. These times are reserved for you to meet with one of our Multicultural Counseling Team members, who specialize in working with students from diverse backgrounds. These appointments are brief and are designed to help students: access counseling services, process personal conflict, work on identity specific concerns, and/or seek guidance from a mental health professional with a marginalized identity.
Tuesdays - Thursdays from 1:00 - 4:00 PM at the Health Network
Call 970-491-6053 and let them know you would like to schedule a multicultural counseling drop-in appointment, or go to the 3rd floor desk in the Health Network.
Note: Students in need of mental health crisis intervention can also call Counseling Services at (970) 491-6053