Virtual workshops are held via Webex and led by CAPS staff. Families need a phone or internet connection for video. These virtual workshops are NOT therapy or psychological treatment. Most virtual workshops are drop-in with no registration required.

 

RBHS professional students are welcome to attend the workshops. For clinical services, RBHS students should reach out to the Rutgers – University Behavioral Healthcare:

Student Wellness Program
242 Old New Brunswick Road
Piscataway, NJ
(732) 235-5930 and (732) 235-5933

CAPS: Mindfulness Meditation Noon Workshops

Thursdays from May 14  – June 11

Audience: open to all students, staff, and faculty

Mindfulness meditation helps us to manage stress and to develop a caring, compassionate, non-judgmental awareness of our own experience.

Join by Webex
Meeting number: 196 561 602

Join by Phone: +1-650-429-3300 USA Toll; Access code: 196 561 602

HOPE & CAPS: Campus Connect Suicide Prevention Gatekeeper Training

Trainings Dates available May 15 – June 29

Available to staff, students and faculty. This two-hour, interactive, online training, provides participants with information about mental health, suicide, and risk factors as well as the skills to recognize an individual in crisis, initiate a conversation and ultimately, make a referral to CAPS.

 

To register for the online workshop, go to https://bit.ly/3aR8eCX; please note that registration is limited. Campus Connect Suicide Prevention Gatekeeper Training can also be facilitated for individual units. Please contact Nikita Correa Nikita.correa@rutgers.edu with questions or to schedule additional trainings.

CAPS: Beat Break

Audience: open to all students, faculty, and staff

Tuesdays, through July 28, 10 – 11 am

Come take a musical interlude that will stretch your emotional processing so you can better focus and increase your distress tolerance.

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Join by phone +1-650-429-3300 USA Toll; Access code: 197 320 897

CAPS: Time Management and Life-Balance Workshop

Audience: graduate students

Tuesday, May 26, 2 – 3 pm

Let’s share what it is like to manage a busy schedule. How do we juggle academic assignments, lab and coursework, maintaining a social life, trying to get enough sleep, eating well and exercising, etc.

How do we balance taking out time for ourselves and being a supportive friend or family member? Let’s talk about strategies for managing and prioritizing our busy schedules.

Join by Webex.
Meeting number: 195 310 824 / Password: Dhg7vQyah36

Join by Phone: 1-650-429-3300 USA Toll; Access code: 195 310 824

CAPS: Decompress the Stress – For Students

Audience: open to all students

Thursday, May 28, 10 – 11 am

 

Come express your stress and let your mind take a rest and meditate while taking a deep breath.

Join by Webex

Join by phone +1-650-429-3300 USA Toll; Access code: 198 622 785

CAPS: RU Family Workshop: Black & Latinx Family Support: During COVID-19

Audience: Rutgers students, alumni, and their families

Wednesday, May 27, 6 – 7 pm

An open session for Latin-X and Black American families to address their concerns about the current climate of the country. Discussing how they have been able to relate and support each other as a family during quarantine.

Join by Webex.

Join by Phone: 1-650-429-3300 USA Toll; Access code: 199 814 170

RU Family Workshops are open to Rutgers students and their families as well as Rutgers alumni and their families. Registration is necessary by signing up through the link. The workshop will be limited to 20 users. The workshops are held via Webex and led by CAPS staff. Families need a phone or internet connection for video. These virtual workshops are NOT therapy or psychological treatment.

Please email Annmarie Wacha-Montes, at annmarie.wachamontes@rutgers.edu in advance with questions or for accommodations.

CAPS: RU Family Workshop: Thriving in a Crisis for RU Families

Audience: Rutgers students, alumni, and their families

Wednesday, May 27, 8 – 9 pm

We are living through a crisis with death, illness, and loss. We react to traumatic situations instinctively, as we learned growing up, to maintain our well-being. However, these automatic defenses also limit our capacity to adapt. In this workshop we will explore these limiting reactions to overwhelming stress and learn strategies for thriving in a crisis.

Join by Webex.

Join by Phone: 1-650-429-3300 USA Toll; Access code: 193 418 204

RU Family Workshops are open to Rutgers students and their families as well as Rutgers alumni and their families. Registration is necessary by signing up through the link. The workshop will be limited to 20 users. The workshops are held via Webex and led by CAPS staff. Families need a phone or internet connection for video. These virtual workshops are NOT therapy or psychological treatment.

Please email Annmarie Wacha-Montes, at annmarie.wachamontes@rutgers.edu in advance with questions or for accommodations.

CAPS: Healthy Communication and Assertiveness “Talking the Talk” Workshop

Audience: graduate students

Thursday, June 4, 3 – 4 pm

Let’s talk about how we communicate. How can we get our needs met while also respecting others? How can we maintain healthy boundaries? How do we tend to resolve conflicts? This workshop will provide a space for us to reflect on real-life scenarios, and talk about how we might go about addressing issues that come up in our day-to-day interactions.

Join by Webex.
Meeting number: 199 787 959 / Password: pJCN3H4AiA6

Join by Phone: 1-650-429-3300 USA Toll; Access code: 199 787 959

CAPS: Weekly Wellness

Audience: open to all

Mondays, June 8 – August 3, 10 – 11 am

This workshop will focus on the 8 dimensions of wellness to help support student, faculty, and staff during this time of social distancing. How to use the time of isolation in creating a stronger understanding of self.

Join by Webex.

Join by Phone: 1-650-429-3300 USA Toll; Access Code: 196 677 745

CAPS: Time Management and Life-Balance Workshop

Audience: graduate students

Thursday, June 12, 11 am – 12 pm

Let’s share what it is like to manage a busy schedule. How do we juggle academic assignments, lab and coursework, maintaining a social life, trying to get enough sleep, eating well and exercising, etc.

How do we balance taking out time for ourselves and being a supportive friend or family member? Let’s talk about strategies for managing and prioritizing our busy schedules.

Join by Webex.
Meeting number: 191 367 414 / Password: H9v6ft9xe6P

Join by Phone: 1-650-429-3300 USA Toll; Access code: 191 367 414

CAPS: Healthy Communication and Assertiveness “Talking the Talk” Workshop

Audience: graduate students

Monday, June 22, 1 – 2 pm

Let’s talk about how we communicate. How can we get our needs met while also respecting others? How can we maintain healthy boundaries? How do we tend to resolve conflicts? This workshop will provide a space for us to reflect on real-life scenarios, and talk about how we might go about addressing issues that come up in our day-to-day interactions.

Join by Webex.
Meeting number: 195 829 171 / Password: 8d7MXXMiMP3

Join by phone: +1-650-429-3300 USA Toll/Access code: 195 829 171

CAPS: Time Management and Life-Balance Workshop

Audience: graduate students

Thursday, July 2, 9 – 10 am

Let’s share what it is like to manage a busy schedule. How do we juggle academic assignments, lab and coursework, maintaining a social life, trying to get enough sleep, eating well and exercising, etc.

How do we balance taking out time for ourselves and being a supportive friend or family member? Let’s talk about strategies for managing and prioritizing our busy schedules.

Join by Webex.
Meeting number: 191 457 973 / Password: M9Dmg9pb2n6

Join by phone: +1-650-429-3300 USA Toll/Access code: 191 457 973

CAPS: Healthy Communication and Assertiveness “Talking the Talk” Workshop

Audience: graduate students

Friday, July 10, 3 – 4 pm

Let’s talk about how we communicate. How can we get our needs met while also respecting others? How can we maintain healthy boundaries? How do we tend to resolve conflicts? This workshop will provide a space for us to reflect on real-life scenarios, and talk about how we might go about addressing issues that come up in our day-to-day interactions.

Join by Webex.
Meeting number: 198 297 440 / Password: NjnzYka8Q83

Join by phone: +1-650-429-3300 USA Toll/Access code: 198 297 440