CAPS Groups & Workshops

Ever thought about group therapy?

Here are a few things you probably didn't know:

CAPS offers a variety of groups and workshops to UA students.  Click on the specific group name below for more information. To attend a CAPS group, you'll need to be referred by a CAPS provider (triage, counseling, or psychiatry).

Groups days and times may change each semester. Be sure to call CAPS at 520-621-3334 and ask to speak with the CAPS Group Coordinator to get updated information.

Spring 2019 CAPS Groups:

Attention Management Program (AMP)

Campus Eating Disorder Awareness and Recovery Group (CEDAR)

Finding Your Center Coping Skills Group

Gender Spectrum Support Group

Grad Student Support Group

Happy Sessions Workshop Series

Oasis Healing & Friendship Group

Staying On Track Coping Skills Group

Spring 2019 CAPS Workshops:

Feeling Good in Grad School Workshop (with the Think Tank)

Perform Under Pressure Test Anxiety Workshop (with the Think Tank)

On-campus support groups open to UA students:

Coming to Our Senses: Meditation Class for Graduate Students

LGBTQIA Support Group - cosponsored by CAPS, LGBTQ Affairs, and Dean of Students Office

On-Campus Alcoholics Anonymous Group - sponsored by Wildcats Anonymous

Off-Campus Support Groups:

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)