CAPS Groups & Workshops

*new online groups*

Free Daily (M-F) Online Support Group - meets M-F from 1-2 pm (Tucson time)

Free Daily (M-F) Guided Meditations - meets M-F at 10:30 am (Tucson time)

Whatever you're going through, you don't have to do it alone.

Powerful changes can happen when you meet with a group of peers who get what you're going through. That's why CAPS offers a variety of groups and workshops tailored to the common questions and concerns students have. 

Why groups work:

Groups offer a safe space to connect with others addressing similar concerns. Group members share ideas that have worked for them, introducing approaches that you may not have tried.  You can also ask questions and share your concerns and ideas. People attending group often find that it's helpful to know that they have valuable insights to share with others.

Benefits of group:

  • Connect to others facing similar issues.
  • See how others handle similar problems.
  • Learn and practice new skills in a safe environment.
  • Get multiple perspectives.
  • Share your unique perspective.
  • Improve self-awareness.
  • Improve social skills.
  • Enhance acceptance of yourself and others.
  • Improve self-esteem.
  • Research supports group effectiveness.

 

If you've never thought about group before or worry that it would be weird or uncomfortable, here are a few things you probably didn't know:

Summer 2020 Groups

**CAPS groups are currently meeting via HIPAA-compliant video conferencing or suspended until further notice. Stay up-to-date by calling CAPS at (520) 621-3334**

Daily Groups: 

Free Daily (Mon-Fri) Online Support Group - meets M-F from 1-2 pm (Tucson time), beginning March 30.

Free Daily (Mon-Fri) Guided Meditations - meets M-F at 10:30 am (Tucson time), beginning April 6.

CAPS Grad Student Groups:

Grad Student Support Groups 

On-campus support groups open to Arizona students:

On-Campus Alcoholics Anonymous Group - sponsored by Wildcats Anonymous

Off-Campus Support and Groups:

Meditation Mondays with Center for Compassion Studies at Little Chapel of All Nations

Tucson Alcoholics Anonymous

CHADD of Tucson  Children and Adults with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorders

Gamblers Anonymous

Marijuana Anonymous

NAMI of Southern Arizona (National Alliance on Mental Illness)

Overeaters Anonymous of Southern Arizona

Southern Arizona AIDS Foundation

SMART Recovery (addiction recovery)

 

See more free campus and online resources.