Graduating seniors can use UHS services until January 19. Make your appointment today!
Survivor Services - Groups
UHS Survivor Services offers confidential support and processing groups for UW-Madison student survivors of sexual assault, domestic/dating violence, sexual harassment, stalking, and/or childhood sexual abuse. These groups provide an opportunity to connect with other student survivors and give and receive feedback in a supportive environment. There is no fee for these groups. Our current group offerings are listed below.
Our Drop-in Empowerment Support Group will resume in Spring semester (2020). Check back for dates, time and location.
If you have questions or want to connect to other resources, please email email@example.com.
Reclaiming Pleasure: Navigating Sex and the Body After Trauma
Mondays (start date TBD. Estimated start date in mid to late September. Please check back for updates).
333 East Campus Mall
Reconnecting to your body and sexuality can be an empowering part of recovering from sexual violence. This group provides a space to explore, process, and navigate the effects of sexual trauma on body, sexuality, and sense of self. This group will center pleasure (and the many forms that may take) as an essential and joyful component to reconnecting to your body and sexuality after trauma.
Although it is too late to join this group for Fall 2019 semester, this group will be back in Spring 2020! Stay tuned for more details on dates, times, and location.
Questions or requests for accommodations?
- Reclaiming Pleasure: Navigating Sex and the Body After Trauma
- Crafty Coping: Building your Healing Toolbox
- Healing Through Yoga
Other support groups specific to sexual assault, intimate partner violence, and/or stalking are available in Dane County.
- Rape Crisis Center Drop-In Support Group
- Domestic Abuse Intervention Services (DAIS) Support Groups
- Additional group mental health counseling options that are not specific to sexual assault, intimate partner violence, stalking, and/or sexual harassment are available through UHS Mental Health