CAPS Virtual Workshops

Virtual Drop-In Workshops 

Counseling & Psychological Services (CAPS) will be facilitating drop-in virtual workshops for students via Zoom beginning Wednesday, April 15th. These virtual workshops are designed to provide students with proactive wellness practices to help with understanding and managing stress and anxiety. Workshops will be offered daily, Monday-Thursday and are described below.

Description of Workshops

Mindfulness-Based Anxiety Management: 60 minutes

A single-session virtual workshop based on the concepts of mindfulness to help you gain skills for understanding and managing stress and anxiety. Participants will be introduced to mindfulness meditation practices through education and live instruction. 

Mental Health & Self-Care 101: 60 minutes

A single-session virtual psychoeducation workshop where you will learn about anxiety and depression, while exploring ways to manage your mood and expand positive self-care strategies.  

Workshop Schedule & Sign Up

Mindfulness-Based Anxiety Management

Tuesdays from 3-4pm
Thursdays from 3-4pm

Mental Health & Self-Care 101

Mondays from 3-4pm
Wednesdays from 1-2pm

Summer 2020 Virtual Workshop

Mental Health & Self-Care 101
Thursdays from 2-3pm

You can register for workshops using the following links. Please note that you must be signed up by 9:00am the morning of the workshop to participate the same day.

Registration Link:

https://sfsu.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_1UjbukzunB5KKBT

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Q: How do I access these workshops?

A: You register for a workshop by clicking the link. We are only able to accept students into the group who sign up with their SFSU email.

Q: When will I obtain the Zoom ID information to join the workshop?

A: You will receive an email at least 2 hours prior to start time on the day of your workshop.

Q: How long is each session?

A: Each workshop is approximately 1 hour in length.

Q: Will I be able to ask the workshop facilitator questions?

A: Yes, you will have the option to participate at different points throughout the workshop.

Q: Is this workshop considered therapy?

A: No, this is a psychoeducational workshop and cannot take the place of psychotherapy. In this case, please refer to the CAPS homepage for ways to access therapy. If you are experiencing a mental health emergency, please contact 911 or an emergency mental health service in your local community.