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Groups and Workshops

Many students benefit from counseling in a group format where common concerns can be explored. Groups offer the opportunity to learn new skills and to share your concerns in a safe environment, by meeting with other students. One-time workshops focus on learning new skills to enhance personal well-being and academic success.

Group Schedule for Spring 2015

Motivated to Moderate: Harm Reduction for Alcohol and Other Drugs

    - When: Fridays 1130 – 1245 in ABS 102 (First Group: January 23rd)

Health and Wellness Seminar Series Spring 2015

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Day/Time: Thursdays 11-11:50am
Location: ABS 101


1/22    Growth Mindset for Personal & Academic Excellence *
1/29    RED FOLDER: Recognizing and Assisting Students in Distress (Judicial Officer Roger Scranton) *
2/5      Making Campus More Caring and Compassionate (John Buchanan and Malinda Balfour from Housing) *
2/12    Maritime Relationships (TSGB Chief Mate, Dan Lintz) *
2/19    Revisit Your New Year's Resolution: Fitness Tips to Keep You on the Right Track (Athletic Trainer, Jeff Ward) *
2/26    Preventing Violence Against Women (SafeQuest Solano Spokesperson) *
3/5      Nutrition, Health, and Wellness (Christine Smith, NP from Student Health Services) *
3/12    Improve Relations with Difficult Coworkers (Dr. IngridWilliams, Director of HR) *
3/19    Reducing Binge and Problematic Drinking (ATOD Member) *
3/26    Suicide Prevention: QPR (Kate Kimble, Director of Housing) *
4/2      Resilience and Grit as Stress Management (Commandant Staff) *
4/9      Counselors on Cruise-2014 Report *

*Qualifies for ELDP credit; *For Faculty and Staff only

Workshops by request for Student Groups and Departments.

CAPS staff provides workshops and trainings for student groups, academic departments and administrative units on a variety of mental health issues, as well as, providing information on how to refer students for counseling.

Available trainings include:

·         Suicide Prevention: QPR – Question, Persuade, Refer (1 hour) 

·         Identify, Understand, and Respond to signs of mental illnesses and substance use disorders: MHFA – Mental Health First Aid  (8 hours)

Call CAPS at 707-654-1174 to discuss your workshop needs. Leave a message with your name, phone number, times you will be available by phone and a brief message with your concern or request.