Groups, Workshops and Skills Building Sessions

  • Writing Through Grief Workshop Series
    7:00-8:30pm with Julia McKenzie Munemo and Alysha B. Warren, LMHC
    7 week workshop series that addresses grief through writing. This workshop will help students who are struggling with grief to process their feelings and work through some of their pain. Through writing exercises and gentle movement, we will experience how grief moves through the body and can land on the page transformed. Contact Julia McKenzie Munemo or Alysha B. Warren for details. View weekly opportunities.


For the Culture
4:00-5:00pm on the last Tuesday of each month with Kassandra Getfield, MA, NCC and Angelique Bush, MSW, LCSW
Come join this drop-in affinity space specifically for Black folks. This is a space for Black students to connect, seek support and engage in community.

Contact Kassandra Getfield or Angelique Bush for more information or any questions. Meets September 28th, October 26th, November 30th and December TBD


7-8:30pm with Karen Theiling, LMHC
EnGender is a virtual drop-in affinity space for trans, non-binary and questioning students. We share mutually in offering support, information and opportunities for exploration based on the dynamic needs of participants. Among our shared goals are facilitating connection, support, personal growth and building community.


As You Are
12:00-1:00pm with Angelique Bush, MSW, LCSW

This space is for those who find themselves struggling with their relationships with food and their bodies and are interested in receiving support while actively working towards a different understanding of both. The members of this group will collaboratively decide what support looks like while psychoeducation is provided on techniques to manage big emotions. These are not easy conversations to have, but if you are ready to have them, we are ready for you, come as you are. Email Angelique Bush to schedule a group intake.

Men of Color Collective (Wellness Group)
1:00-2:00pm with Michael Grinnell, LICSW

This group aims to create space for self-care and wellness within a supportive community. The Men of Color Collective provides a forum for discussion and bonding to help all self-identified men of color thrive at Williams.

Contact Michael Grinnell for more information.