Workshops are opportunities to increase different coping skills and wellness habits aimed towards improving your mental health and wellbeing. You can learn practical tools to effectively manage concerns related to depression, anxiety, difficult emotions, relationships and more. CAPS is offering virtual workshops that will be facilitated by staff over the span of two to three weeks with opportunities for participants to ask questions and engage with the workshop materials.
We also offer workshops specifically for our graduate students. Learn more about those options and our embedded counselor in the offices of Graduate and Professional School.
The goal of this two session workshop is to provide you with life-long tools you can use while facing anxiety-triggering situations.
Developing a Study Plan
Utilize this one-time workshop for tips on how to care for your mental health during finals as well as ideas on how to create a study schedule.
This three session workshop will provide you with life-long skills and tools to recognize and manage depressive symptoms you may be experiencing.
#RelationshipGoals is a three sessions workshop designed for students who are experiencing challenges in their relationships with others. Participants will learn how to identify healthy vs. unhealthy relationships, and discover ways to cultivate more satisfying and supportive connections with others.
This two session workshop is designed for students struggling to understand the nature of their painful emotions, and to help accept them as a valid part of their experience.
Are You a Perfectionist?
Learn about the components of perfectionism and how to identify what it means to be a "perfectionist." This workshop will discuss ways to change from a "fixed" to a "growth" mindset using two techniques.
This workshop is designed to help participants begin to consider their own self-worth, how perfectionism and fear of vulnerability may impact this, and practices to incorporate into their lives that may help increase a positive sense of worth, including self-compassion and mindfulness.
This workshop is designed to help (graduate) students struggling with productivity or questioning their ability to succeed to recognize the impact of the imposter phenomenon on their well-being and learn strategies to manage and succeed through feelings of imposterism.
Body Acceptance During COVID-19
This workshop shares some ideas for creating and practicing positive body acceptance and ways to engage in healthy self-care amidst the unique challenges COVID-19 presents.