CAPS Workshops

At CAPS we are striving to meet the mental health needs of our students so that they can achieve their educational, career and personal goals. These workshops are open enrollment and a great place for students for to valuable skills and coping techniques.

If you are interested in any of the workshops listed below, please contact CAPS at 435-865-8621 for more details. If you are new to CAPS, you may be invited to fill out a request for services. If you are a current client at CAPS please talk to your individual therapist about joining. Participation in any of the workshops may require meeting with workshop leaders to discuss expectations.

In an effort to protect the health of our students, faculty, staff, and Cedar City neighbors, we are temporarily suspending face-to-face visits. All workshops will be conducted via a Zoom meeting or other remote service.

For both legal and ethical reasons, SUU CAPS is only able to offer Zoom based workshops for SUU students physically in the state of Utah.

Contact the front desk at CAPS for more info on how to start these workshops right away!
Days: Tuesdays
Time: 1:00PM

DBT or Dialectical-Behavioral Therapy is a skills-based group. Group members will learn skills related to Core Mindfulness, Emotional Regulation, Distress Tolerance, and Interpersonal Effectiveness. A workbook will be provided to increase skills (homework assignments), personal insight, and accountability. The group is held weekly in the CAPS office and is 50 minutes long. We recommend that group members commit to one hour per week of homework assignments and skill practice/development. This group will be in person. 

Workshop space is reserved for SUU students. It is NOT open to benefits-eligible SUU employees.

Days: Wednesdays
This group will run May 31st-June 28th.
Time: 2:00PM-3:30PM

A 6-part workshop series to better understand your relationships with family, friends, and romantic partners.

Participants will have the opportunity to learn about their own experience with attachment styles, history of family dynamics, boundary setting, developing trust and vulnerability, and how to navigate the natural ebbs and flows of all types of relationships. The sessions will be semi-structured, providing both education and creating space for sharing of personal experiences if desired. Orientations to begin February 6. Orientations can be scheduled with one or all of the interns, depending on availability.

Days: TBD
Time: TBD

Navigating Distress is a way to develop a more clear understanding of your concerns and learn some new skills to help cope with them. It is uniquely helpful because you receive the benefit of learning and practicing skills without feeling pressured to share deeply personal information. Participants respond privately to writing prompts instead of being asked to disclose personal information. These sessions will be ran with the Mental Health Support Peers.