Support Groups

A support group for people questioning their sexual orientation and/or gender identity and   people who identify within the LGBTQ+ community.  This group is designed to provide a safe space to share your experiences, to gain support for challenges impacting your life or the LGBTQ+ community, to explore your thoughts and feelings, and/or to build relationships with other people who may have similar experiences/thoughts/feelings.  This group is co-facilitated by the Counseling Center and the LGBTQ+ Resource Center and meets on Tuesdays from 12:30 – 1:30 pm.  Please contact Dr. Katie Stygles (kstygle@bgsu.edu) for location and further information.

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As women of color, our journey at BGSU can be complex, exhausting, rewarding, and challenging. In the spirit of communal learning and healing, Sister to Sister is a space that aims to provide women of color support and a chance to come together for discussion around various topics related to how we experience life at BGSU as women of color. This space is co-facilitated by Ghynecee Temple from the Counseling Center and Shaunda Brown from the Office of Multicultural Affairs.

These meetings provide opportunities for young Black men to come together for discussion around various topics related to how one might experience life as a Black male at Bowling Green State University.  The group also engages in intentional conversation regarding how to become agents of positive change within the community.

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