Any IU student can drop-in for our FREE workshops at Wells Library room E159 (East Tower). See attached flyer.


“Help Me Sleep!”- March 28, 5-6pm

Can’t fall asleep? Waking up tried? We can help you sleep better! Improved sleep increases your concentration and learning and balances your mood.  Brooke Halpern, M.A., will help you find ways to change the way you sleep.


“Stress Management”- April 4, 5-6pm

If you’re feeling overwhelmed, burnt out, or “blah”, this workshop is for you. Chris Meno, Ph.D. will help you learn skills to change the way you manage stress and take care of your stressed-out body and mind!


“Remembering Your Strengths: a Workshop on Self-Compassion & Resilience”- April 11, 5-6pm

Research suggests the skill “self-compassion” decreases emotional suffering and helps people to thrive.  In this workshop facilitated by Cíemone Easter-Rose, M.A., participants will learn about the elements of self-compassion, the benefits of self-compassion, and practice experiencing self-compassion. 


 “Think Happy!”- April 18, 5-6pm

Research on “happiness” suggests there are specific activities you can do in your day to day life to increase feelings of happiness. Eric Samuels, M.A., M.S., will teach you strategies to experience more happiness. 


“Get Appy- Apps for Wellness”- April 28, 5-6pm

You can use apps to track your sleep, improve your mood, increase gratitude, lead you through guided mediations and Mindfulness practices, and so much more! Chris Meno, Ph.D., will demonstrate apps for Android and IOS.

More events from CAPS:

“DE-STRESS FEST” – March 30, 6:30-8:00pm

Join CAPS, Health & Wellness and Crimson CORPS at Wells Library to reduce your mid-semester stress! Free seated chair massages, mood checks with CAPS counselors, adult coloring books, stress balls, games and food! Follow @IUHealthCenter for more information.


Come to the March 23 meeting for My Brothers’ and My Sisters’ Keeper (MBK & MSK). MBK & MSK are FREE support groups dedicated to providing a safe and supportive space for Black men and women on IU’s campus. These groups provide an opportunity for dialogue and reflection related to contemporary and historical issues at the local, national, and global level that uniquely impact Black students. It’s also an opportunity for connection and community building amongst students. Meeting date: Wednesday March 23rd (MBK-2pm-3:30pm; MSK-3:30-5:00pm) in the Neal-Marshall Black Cultural Center 2nd Floor Lounge.  For questions, additional information, or to be added to the MSK/MBK mailing list, please contact the DOT at