Workshops & Drop-in Spaces

All USF students can sign up for our workshops and workshop series. Sign up by calling CAPS during business hours or registering on our website when online registration is available.


Virtual & In-Person Wellness Workshops

Open to all USF students. See below for more information about our different types of workshops.


Upcoming Events

Melanated Mental Health Mondays

Starting on Monday, 02/26/2024 and meeting the last Mondays of the Month (2/26/24, 3/25/24, 4/29/24).

Hosted by Dr. Jevon Rice

Meeting in the Romero Room, Toler Hall Room 122

Supported by BASE and CAPS. 

Register here:

Melanated Mental Health Mondays Flyer

Past events

"Wellness Wednesdays" @ the USF Community Garden

Facilitated by: Dr. Natalia Figueroa-Casiano

Wellness Wednesday Flyer for 11/22/2023 at the USF Community Garden, 11am-12pm


"Blooms & Greetings" at the USF Community Garden

Blooms & Greetings Workshop

"Wellness Wednesdays" @ the USF Community Garden

Wellness Wednesdays Wednesdays 2-3pm


CAPS International Student Support Spaces

  • Building social connections in the pandemic
  • Navigating school systems & overcoming barriers
  • Addressing homesickness & engaging in self-care
  • Acknowledging strengths & integrating cultural practices

Group Facilitator: Dr. Haidi Song

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Trans/Non-Binary Dorm Living Discussion Space

Trans or Non-Binary? Gendered dorms got you down? Let's talk about it!

CAPS x Cultural Center

Trans/Non-binary Dorm Living discussion flyer, text duplicated after image


Community Event: Building Community and Connections Among Undocumented Students

Building community is a crucial part of USF's mission. Join us for this exclusive event and meet other undocumented students.

This is a safe place to connect and learn about the Magis Fellowship and its requirements for applying in the spring. Mingle in the Romero room while enjoying snacks and refreshments to kick off the IGN summit.

Co-presented with University Ministry.

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Asian Community Healing Space

A safe and healing space presented by CAPS for the Asian-identified students at USF to discuss and process the recent and ongoing social-political events and related concerns and reactions.

Facilitated by: Dr. Haidi Song and Allison Drazba from CAPS

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Benefits of Workshops

  • 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' one-time workshops provide information and skills to deal with a variety of issues common to college students, such as stress, anxiety, relationships, and more.
  • 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.