- The group can be a powerful source of strength and support from others who have similar experiences
- You can recognize that you are not alone in your struggles
- Group provides a safe and supportive place to try out new behaviors and ways of interacting
- Feedback to and from others about how you are perceived can be a catalyst for understanding and change
- Group can provide a place to deepen understanding about roles and patterns
- Group can be a pace to learn about closeness, trust, and intimacy
Below are detailed descriptions of the various groups that are offered. If you are interested in participating in one of our groups, please call (213) 740-7711 and to speak to the facilitator of the group you are interested in joining or submit the form below. If you are not sure what group you might be interested in, please complete the short survey and someone will be in contact with you.
Completing this form is a great way to learn more about the group, and it is not considered a commitment to join. Please be advised – email (and this form) is not a secure medium for transmitting confidential information.
Summer 2017 Group
Graduate Relationship Group
Bryce McDavitt, Tuesdays: 3:00 – 4:30 p.m.
This group focuses on learning how to have vital, rewarding, authentic relationships. We talk about friendships and romantic/sexual relationships, as well as professional, academic, and family relationships. Relating to other effectively and fulfillingly is an ability that can grow through practice. Group members work on improving this ability through the interactive nature of the group itself, and by giving and receiving honest feedback about each other’s style of relating.
Disability Services and Programs
Please visit the Office of Disability Services and Programs for information about their available groups.