Purple flowers during springtime

CAPS is offering telehealth workshops to support students in developing coping skills to manage stress, anxiety, and painful emotions. These live telehealth workshops afford you the opportunity to ask questions and engage with the presenter.


Virtual workshops

To get scheduled for a live telehealth workshop, either talk to your current provider or call CAPS at 303-492-2277 Monday–Friday between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. to set up a drop-in.

Anxiety Toolbox

This seminar provides life-long tools you can use when facing anxiety-triggering situations. This intervention is not intended to "get rid of" your anxiety, but to provide a starting point to integrate skills into your daily life that can help reduce your anxiety.

Summer Workshops

Student workbooks

Feel Better Fast

This workshop is a three-part series designed to help you make positive change in your life by learning mindfulness techniques and ways to cope with distressing emotions and thoughts. You will learn how to make balanced decisions, self-soothe, take a step back from your thoughts and live by your values. With guidance and support, this workshop might be all you need to get back on track and feel better in no time.

Summer Workshops

Student workbooks

Virtual Self-Care Hour

The Behavioral Health Team at Wardenburg Medical Services is offering a virtual weekly workshop for any student interested in learning new coping strategies to manage symptoms of stress, adjustment to medical conditions and/or learn ways to improve well-being.

Each week students will learn a new skill and can set brief goals to incorporate a practice at home. Students can join once or as frequently as needed. Students will join via Zoom. Register ahead of time on MyCUHealth.

Returning fall 2022.

Healthy Living: sleep, nutrition, body image, and stress management

This weekly workshop is offered in partnership with Medical Services at Wardenburg. Topics will vary on a weekly basis to include body image, nutrition and eating, physical activity, sleep, stress management and self-care. 

Watch: Sleep Tips

Summer Workshops

Skills for Thriving: An ACT based Workshop

ACT assumes that efforts to avoid, control, or get rid of unwanted thoughts, feelings, and/or sensations can create unnecessary suffering. This workshop utilizes a combination of instruction, readings, and in-and out-of-workshop experiential practice to help you build skills and create flexibility in how you respond to distress. Skills provided will help you learn to stay mindful in the present moment, get unstuck from/remain flexible with unwanted thoughts, feelings, and/or sensations, and take steps toward living a valued life.

Summer Workshops 

Feel Good Fridays

This weekly hybrid workshop involves learning about a work of art and then participating in a related mindfulness practice. Students, staff and faculty are welcome to join the museum galleries in person or virtually via Zoom. The powerful, guided meditation can undo stress, soothe the nervous system and help you feel relaxed and revitalized. Participants are encouraged to bring materials for personal comfort that will aid meditation (e.g., yoga mat, a small pillow or cushion, etc.). Please arrive on time so the meditation is not disturbed. There will be no late admittance. This workshop is run through the CU Art Museum. Please use the link below to access the workshop.

Returning fall 2022.

Navigating Difficult Conversations

This workshop is a two-part series that provides tips and tools to help you navigate discussions of difficult or controversial topics with people you care about. The workshop will teach you how to build better and stronger relationships even when you don't agree! Sessions are designed to assist with a variety of relationships, including but not limited to: family, friends, romantic, professional, and academic relationships.

Returning fall 2022.


Additional resources

COVID 19 Anxiety Workbook: Free downloadable workbook on coping with Coronavirus-related anxiety or distress.

CAPS LGBTQ+ Resource Guide for COVID-19