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FREE University of Michigan Support Groups Coming Out Group
 

Summary: FREE University of Michigan Support Groups
Coming Out Group:
This group is offered twice a year by the Spectrum Center with one group in the fall and one group in the winter
semester. This is a closed and confidential ten-week discussion and support group that helps participants explore
a variety of coming-out issues. It is intended for people who are questioning their sexuality and/or people in the
early stages of their coming-out process. Topics include exploring same-sex attractions, issues of self-esteem,
coming out to self, friends and family, as well as other topics related to these issues. People of all genders are
welcome, ages 18 and up. Free and open to the public. The group is limited to 12 people per semester. To sign
up for the group or request more information, please contact Ariana Bostian-Kentes at abostian@umich.edu or
call 734.763-4186,
Guidance, Perspective and Support (GPS)
GPS is a tool for LGBTQ and similarly-identified students to use as they are navigating their way out of the closet.
The Spectrum Center GPS Program provides students with Guidance to helpful information and resources,
Perspective of a fellow student who has experience with coming out, and Support for coming out. The GPS
Program is not intended to take the place of professional counseling, but rather to be a supplemental or
alternative option for students seeking assistance with coming out. To sign-up to be paired with a GPS mentor
visit: http://spectrumcenter.umich.edu/gpsform. To apply to be a GPS mentor, email Crist Stilianos for an
application at cmstilia@umich.edu.
Ken's Place
This is a support group for U of M students experiencing loss. Meetings begin 9/19/10 at 6PM at the Ginsberg

  

Source: Awtar, Shorya - Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Michigan

 

Collections: Engineering