U-M Counseling and Psychological Services

CAPS Spring/Summer groups are open to students who are enrolled for the spring/summer semester and for graduate students with continuous enrollment. Groups require a pre-group meeting with the group facilitator(s). To schedule, email the group facilitator. Group meeting times are to be determined by member availability, unless otherwise noted. 

  • Art of Sleeping: ABC's of Zzz's: This group will focus on understanding some of the myths about sleep, identify factors that contribute to poor sleep, and learn how to apply specific strategies to fall asleep faster and sleep more soundly. 
  • Understanding Self and Others GRADUATE Co-Ed: This group provides a confidential and supportive atmosphere to freely discuss concerns or challenges students may be having. Some of these concerns may be related to relationships, adjustment, anxiety, depression, and academic pressures. 
  • Eating and Body Image Skills: This is a semi-structured group for students who are currently recovering from an eating disorder or negative body image. Group members will have a space to talk with other students and gain support. Each group will include a focus on learning skills to help manage thoughts, feelings, urges, and behaviors associated with eating and body image issues.
  • Understanding Self and Others Undergraduate Co-Ed: This group provides a confidential and supportive atmosphere to freely discuss concerns or challenges students may be having. Some of these concerns may be related to relationships, adjustment, anxiety, depression, and academic pressures. 
  • Couples Workshop:  This 4-session workshop is designed for ALL couples in a committed relationship and will focus on providing couples with tools to foster deeper friendship, intimacy, fun, and trust. Workshop topics include identifying what makes for a healthy relationship in Graduate School and effective communication and conflict resolution strategies. Couples will leave with a road map for handling future stressful events and conflict. Both partners are required to attend.