Groups and Workshops

The Center for Survivors is proud to offer a variety of groups and workshops as a way to hold space for survivors, gather in community, and explore healing. Please see below for more information about our current groups and workshops. Summer groups & workshop information is still being added as we finalize details. Check back here for the most updated information! 



Tie Dying Group

Are you looking for a place to do something fun and socialize with others? Come join Sue and Lara in tie-dying tote bags and t-shirts in community with other survivors of sexual violence and domestic violence! This drop-in group is confidential and will be held at Safe Place Shelter biweekly starting on Monday, July 1st, at 5:30pm. 

Open to Survivors & Co-survivors. 

For directions and other questions or concerns email Sue and Lara at and


Outdoor Ear acupuncture

June 25th & July 23rd from 1-2PM

Ear acupuncture involves the gentle placement of up to five small, sterilized disposable needles into specific sites on each ear.

Sign up Here!


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Community Connect 

1st and 3rd Wednesdays at 12PM via Zoom.

Drop-in support group focused on building community and fostering connections among fellow survivors. 

Open to survivors who are students, faculty/staff, or community members.

Questions? Please email Megan at 

Register here


DBT Skills Workshops

Cope with life’s challenges by developing specific skills

Thursdays 5:30 pm -6:30 pm

This group will focus on supporting survivors to talk about their feelings and experiences surrounding relationship and sexual violence with other survivors while gaining and learning effective DBT skills/coping strategies to cope with situations that present themselves.

Open to all survivors.

Sign up here! 

Flourishing & Fun - A Summer Ecotherapy Group

Thursdays 1 - 2:30 PM

June 13th - July 25th

This six session group will focus on celebrating nature's gift of summer with opportunities for connection, mindfulness, and play.

Open to MSU students, faculty, and staff who identify as survivors or co-survivors.

Sign up Here!

Healing Through Yoga

Thursdays 3 - 4 PM 


A trauma-informed yoga practice centered around healing and wellness. This class is open to students, faculty, staff and community members.

Register Here!

Closed Groups & Workshops

These groups and workshops have begun and are no longer accepting new participants. If interested in attending something similar in the future, please reach out to the contact person associated with each group/workshop.