Support Groups

Coming Out, Being Out, and Questioning Group

The Coming Out Group is a place to meet and gain support while discussing your sexual and/or gender identities in a confidential setting. This group is for folks who are coming out, considering coming out or may already be out. 

The spring semester group takes place at the CSU Health Network (Counseling Services). This group will allow time for group members to share stories and explore their own personal experiences in depth.  The group will allow for lots of dialogue and getting to know about other group members. 

Spring Semester group will meet on Monday’s from 3:00-4:30. Members are welcome to attend whether or not you attended the Fall Group. If you are interested in this group please connect with Jessie Charbonneau at (970) 491-5780 or via email at Jessie.Charbonneau@colostate.edu.

Transgender Group


Do you identify as trans or gender fluid and are looking for more support and more sense of community surrounding your gender identity?

This group will provide a confidential forum to meet others who identify as trans or gender fluid, and to share experiences related to gender identity. Topics may include transitioning, coming out, physical health, family and social relationships, and dating/sexuality. However, discussion will primarily be guided by group members’ current interests and experiences. The group emphasizes group participation, mutual respect, and inclusivity.

The group welcomes FTM and MTF spectrum individuals, genderqueer persons, intersexed folks, and those questioning their gender identity. Screening is required. Screenings can be set up by contacting Reid Trotter at reid.trotter@colostate.edu or at 970-491-3326.

Additionally you may contact counseling services for further assistance at 970-491-6053.

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Jessie Charbonneau, CSUHN counseling center liaison to the Pride Resource Center

Pronouns: She/Her/Hers
: Jessie.Charbonneau@colostate.edu

(970) 491-5780

My name is Jessie Charbonneau and I am the CSUHN counseling center liaison to the Pride Resource Center. I am an animal lover, an outdoor adventurer, and I am passionate about helping students thrive and grow through all of life's challenges. My specializations include working with individuals who have experienced trauma, are struggling with relationships, life transitions or issues related to substance use. I also have significant experience supporting individuals who are struggling with issues related to gender and sexual orientation. I believe that you are the expert on your own life and I am a collaborator on your journey towards healing. Whatever you’re struggling with, I’m here to help you achieve your goals.  Give me a shout and let me know how I can help!