Great CAPS programming!

CAPS COUNSELORS ON CAMPUS:

Jacobs School of Music & SPEA now have CAPS counselors available to provide counseling to their students and consultation to their faculty/staff! Students still receive 2 FREE sessions each semester. Appointments at these locations are scheduled by calling CAPS at     (812) 855-5711 and asking for appointments at Jacobs or SPEA.

Don’t forget – our “Let’s Talk” counselors are also available at Asian Culture Center, First Nations Educational and Cultural Center, La Casa Latino Cultural Center, Neal-Marshall Black Cultural Center and Office of International Services!

 

MINDFUL SELF-COMPASSION:

Oct. 21 & 28, Nov. 4 & 11, 2:00-3:00pm

Are you self-critical? Research shows that self-criticism is not a very effective way to motivate ourselves. Instead, self-compassion is a key to improving your mental wellness. Our workshop will teach you skills to be a kinder, more relaxed, and productive you! Read more here about the benefits of self-compassion: http://www.scientificamerican.com/article/self-compassion-fosters-mental-health/?WT.mc_id=send-to-friend

MY BROTHERS’ KEEPER & MY SISTERS’ KEEPER:

Oct. 12 and Nov. 11, 10:30am-12:00pm, Neal Marshall Black Cultural Center 2nd Floor.

My Brothers’ Keeper (MBK) and My Sisters’ Keeper (MSK) are support groups dedicated to acknowledging the needs of undergraduate and graduate African American students. MBK and MSK meet monthly at the Neal-Marshall Black Culture Center and provide safe spaces to share honest thoughts and experiences of being African American at a predominately White institution. MBK and MSK meetings provide opportunities for the reflection of feelings and concerns related to contemporary and historical issues at the local, national, and global level.

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