Have you ever struggled with anxiety? Are you shy but feel like you could get more out of your college experience? Want to build skills to be a more effective student? Sign up for a group from CAPS by calling 541-737-2131. Here are some examples of groups for Spring 2012:

DBT Skills
If you struggle with managing your emotions, have chaos in your relationships, or often find yourself engaging in impulsive behaviors, the Dialectical Behavior Therapy skills group is a place where you can learn new skills to build a life worth living. Members of the DBT skills group will learn and practice mindfulness, distress tolerance, emotion regulation, and interpersonal effectiveness skills.
Group 1: Monday 12-2 (Emotion Regulation Skills). Contact Diana or Ali
Group 2: Wednesday 3-5 (Distress Tolerance and Mindfulness skills). Contact Diana

Managing ADHD: Strategies and Support
Group for graduate and non-traditional students to process their experiences at OSU. Time and Day: TBD Contact Salaheddine

Mind Over Mood
Learn different ways to manage your anxiety and/or depression through cognitive behavioral strategies and mindfulness. Contact Lilia
Group 1: Wednesdays, 3:00pm to 4:30pm. Meets weeks 3, 4, 5, 6,
Group 2: Wednesdays , 3:00pm to 4:30pm. Meets weeks 7, 8, 9, 10

Student Life with Bipolar Challenges
Vania Manipod, DO is a Psychiatry resident physician at CAPS and SHS. Join Vania in this supportive/educational group to discuss the challenges and strategies of living with bipolar disorder during the university years. Time and Day: TBD. Contact Vania

Social Skills
Do you feel shy and inhibited in your interactions with peers? This group helps with building self-confidence and learning how to connect with peers. Mondays, 4pm to 5pm. Contact Emi

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