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. Stay up-to-date by checking the dates and times listed online, by calling CAPS at (520) 621-3334, or viewing the CAPS group schedule.

Fall 2019 CAPS Groups and Workshops

Fall 2019 CAPS Groups:

Open to all UA Students:

Adulting is Hard: Strategies + Support for Life in College

Attention Management Program (AMP)

Build Your Social Confidence Group

Calm Body, Calm Mind Panic & Anxiety Group

Campus Eating Disorder Awareness and Recovery Group (CEDAR)

Finding Your Center Coping Skills Group

Gender Spectrum Support Group

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

Happy Sessions Workshop Series

Tools for Triumph Workshops

Understanding Self & Others

Waking Up From Depression Group

Yoga to Improve Sleep Workshop

Grad Student Groups:

Grad Student Support Groups

Grad Student Understanding Self & Others

Life as a Grad Student: Strategies for Inner Balance

Feeling Good in Grad School Workshop

Fall 2019 Tools for Triumph Workshops:

Feeling Good in Grad School Workshop *cosponsored with the Think Tank

Perform Under Pressure Test Anxiety Workshop *cosponsored with the Think Tank

Tips & Tricks for Better Sleep

See the Fall 2019 Tools for Triumph Workshop schedule.

On-campus support groups open to UA students:

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)