CAPS Drop-In Spaces

The CAPS Literary Salon: A Narrative Therapy Group, Tuesdays 4:15-5:15pm

Facilitated by Tamanna Rahman, psychiatric APRN and Jonathan Perlow, CAPS doctoral extern. Time to read & write with a therapeutic focus. Explore issues of identity, relationships, and emotional struggles by engaging with the written word. Each session we will watch a literary performance, discuss how it resonates with our own lives, then have a short freewriting session with time to share after. Please email if interested.

Meditation & Awareness Practice, Wednesdays 4:30-5:15pm

Join doctoral extern, Jonathan Perlow in gentle meditation instruction and guidance to empower participants to directly contact and connect with their own inherent wisdom. In post meditation we will explore bringing our awareness practice into social dynamics, as we move into a discussion space where students can share their own wisdom, ask questions, bring curiosities, and/or raise concerns. Please email if interested.

I AM: Soul & Tell, Fridays 4:00-5:00pm

Join Sara Jalbert, MA, LPC and Dr. Kidkarndee for a 5-week creative series focusing on connecting to different parts of yourself through music, memories, spoken word, photography, art and more. If interested, please RSVP to by 4pm on Oct 7th.

FGLI, Fridays 4:00-5:00pm

Navigating Wes as a First Generation/Low Income student can be a challenging process. In an effort to support and validate your unique experiences, Neal Sardana, LPC will facilitate a weekly supportive space. Please email if interested in this group.

Making Connections: Growing & Nurturing Relationships, Fridays 12:30-1:30pm

Join CAPS & SHAPE offices for a 3-part discussion series over this Zoom link exploring themes of communication, consent, boundaries, and self-care in the different relationships we have in our lives. Attendance is open and drop-in, so come to one or all sessions! For questions please reach out to Johanna DeBari and/or Priya Senecal

Oct 9th Roots of Healthy Relationships

Oct 16th Growing Together: Negotiating Consent & Boundaries

Oct 23rd Tending to Self & Others

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Angie Makomenaw

Mental Health Education & Prevention Coordinator

Pronouns: She|Her|Hers

Davison Health Center, 2nd Floor