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Display of Notecards Provide 13 Reasons Why….Not

Throughout September, which is Suicide Prevention Awareness Month, CAPS and the peer educators embarked on a campaign to ask students what keeps them going when times get tough. They collected over 200 “reasons why not” on notecards. The goal was to highlight sources of support and strength that already exist, as well as to bring […]

13 Reasons Why….Not

Throughout the month of September, which is Suicide Prevention Awareness Month, CAPS and the Peer Educators embarked on a campaign to ask students what keeps them going when times get tough. They collected over 200 “reasons why not.” These cards are meant to be empowering and inspiring to both the author and those who read […]

CAPS Offers Weekly Stress and Anxiety Management Group

Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS), offers weekly discussion and support groups for students on varying topics. Starting on Monday, October 2, from 3:00-4:00 p.m., they will be hosting a weekly stress and anxiety management group in their office (Saint Peter Hall, 2nd floor). If you are interested in joining this or any other group at […]

May Newsletter

Spring Relaxation Fair While we all try our best to manage our stress during finals, sometimes we still end up feeling overwhelmed or anxious. While eating, sleeping, and exercising regularly are good preventative measures for managing stress, we can also combat stress with relaxation techniques that work right in the stressful moment. There are many […]

April Newsletter

Stress & Transitions For many of us, this spring is a time of transitions, including the upcoming graduation for seniors. Others are taking on more working hours as the summer approaches, going through breakups, or changing apartments or roommates. These can be unsettling times between periods of relative stability, so it’s totally normal to feel […]

March Newsletter

Wellness The Wellness Wheel describes multiple parts of the self that we can nurture to promote our own well-being as a whole person. We all have different ways of addressing each aspect of our wellness. Some people might find that they feel the best when they are out in nature addressing their environmental self—hiking or […]

February Newsletter

The Counseling Chronicle What is Test Anxiety? Test anxiety is not only uncomfortable, (Think: sweaty palms, pounding heart, racing thoughts, upset stomach or even panic attacks), but it can negatively affect our performance. This anxiety that results from the fear of not performing well in situations where we are evaluated can actually inhibit our ability […]

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