All students are invited to join CAPS online workshops, including the three-session Anxiety Toolbox series. You can request a consultation or help with referrals and access our extensive website resources. You can also call CAPS All Hours 24/7, at (855) 531-0761. CAPS is offering remote Single Session Therapy and brief individual, couples, and group teletherapy to students residing within California via a confidential platform. (State regulations prevent provision of therapy across state lines.)
Anxiety Toolbox Workshop Series
Noon to 1 pm
A three-session workshop series based in cognitive-behavioral science to help you gain skills for understanding and managing stress and anxiety. Participate in all three sessions, as they build on each other. Exercises in between sessions help you put the skills learned into practice. See the FAQ section below for more information. All Sessions are from noon to 1 p.m.
While the “shelter in place” directive is in effect, CAPS is offering our Anxiety Toolbox workshops virtually! There is an accompanying downloadable workbook (also available in a web version). All Sessions are from noon to 1 p.m.
Tuesdays: October 13th, 20th, and 27th
Wednesdays - November 4th, 11th, and 18th
Q: How do I access these workshops?
A: You can access the workshops online through Zoom. All sessions are from noon - 1 p.m.
Q: When will the workshops take place?
A: Check back soon or call CAPS during business hours for information.
Q: How long is each session?
A: Each session lasts about 50 minutes.
Q: Will others in the workshop be able to see or hear me?
A: No, your video and audio will be turned off/muted throughout the workshop.
Q: Will I be able to ask the facilitator questions?
A: Yes. The chat function will be available for you to type out questions to the facilitator. Other participants will not be able to see your questions.
Q: Will there be a workbook?
A: Yes, there is a downloadable workbook (also available in a web version). There are additional resources and exercises in the workbook for you to complete in between sessions.
Q: Is Anxiety Toolbox considered therapy?
A: No, Anxiety Toolbox is a psychoeducational workshop. It cannot take the place of psychotherapy. Please refer to the CAPS home page for ways to access therapy services: https://myusf.usfca.edu/caps.
Time: Noon - 1 p.m.
|1||Fridays||Sep 4, Sep 11, Sep 18|
|2||Mondays||Sep 21, Sep 28, Oct 5|
|3||Tuesdays||Oct 13, Oct 20, Oct 27|
|4||Wednesdays||Nov 4, Nov 11, Nov 18|
Virtual Wellness Workshops Starting Fall 2020!
Open to all USF Students. All workshops take place 12:10–1:00 pm, unless otherwise noted. *Workshops are not a therapy service and should not be used as a substitute for therapy.
Join CAPS every Monday 12:10–1:00 pm as staff members lead you through a guided mindfulness activity. Mindfulness is the practice of purposefully bringing attention to the present moment, without judgment and can help reduce stress and anxiety.
Dates: Mondays August 24–December 7; will not be held on September 7 due to holiday
Join us Wednesdays 12:10–1:00 pm to learn about skills for coping with a variety of mental health topics. Current offerings and dates listed below.
Our lives have been flipped upside down due to the pandemic and we have experienced many “ambiguous losses” -- canceled trips and vacations, inability to spend time with friends, not moving to campus. Learn how to shift from despair to hope.
Time: 12:10 - 1:00 pm
Black Table Talk
Trouble focusing because of what you’re seeing in the news?
Not sure how to respond to the racist comment you heard?
Wondering can you be happy with all the sadness around you?
Feeling hopeless about all of it?
Then join Dr. Dominique Broussard and Brittany Crawford for...
Black Table Talk
Creating a safe space for Black students to unpack our continued experiences of racial trauma
- Adjustment to the New Normal
- Black Lives Matter
- Being an Adult at Home
- Time Management
- Imposter Syndrome
- Healthy Relationships
- Racial Trauma
- Election 2020
- Black Mental Health Matters
- Healthy Coping Skills
Benefits of Workshops
- Like groups, workshops provide an opportunity to realize you’re not alone—other students are there to get help dealing with similar issues.
- Workshops can provide practical skills and knowledge to build your coping tools, insights about yourself, and perspectives.
- CAPS' three-part Anxiety Toolbox workshop series gives participants the chance to practice what they learn in between each of three workshops. Each workshop builds on the last to enhance participants' learning experience.