Racial Stress

A psychotherapy group for undergraduate students to gain insight and power, while providing and receiving support in regards to racial stress, particularly for students of color. Examples of topics include racial and generational trauma, oppression, biases, discrimination, and institutional racism.

The purpose of this group is to normalize experiences, build community, increase knowledge of self and one’s own experiences, and gain new perspectives on racial experiences of others.

Treatment goals for this group include empowerment, minimizing distress due to racial experiences, and increasing comfort and confidence in voicing your experience.

Fridays 3-4 p.m.
Feb. 5- April 23


Facilitators: 
Jessica Mitchell-Corsino, PsyD, LP & James Bruce, PhD, LP

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Participation in CAPS programs is not restricted based on sex or race. All MSU students are welcome to participate based on the clinical recommendations of CAPS staff.