U-M Counseling and Psychological Services

Project 22 Film Screening and Panel Discussion

The Armed Forces Association at Ross, The Student Veterans of America, MILVETS, Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS), The Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy, and the Office of Veteran and Military Services are pleased to announce a special screening of PROJECT 22, a new documentary film made by two combat veterans, who set out to raise awareness and bring an end to the high suicide rate of veterans, estimated to be 22 per day.

Project 22 Flier

Come to CAPS Leaders At Their Best Event: Friday October 23rd

Join CAPS Staff on Friday, October 23rd from 12-3pm in the Willis Ward Art Lounge on the First Floor of the Michigan Union for a wellness event focused on CAPS Leaders At Their Best iniative.  

The event will feature several stations demonstrating how to incorporate various aspects of positive psychology (e.g., mindfulness, gratitude, savoring, etc.) into our lives with concrete activities and tips.

All students are welcome.  We hope to see you there!

Leaders at their Best Wellness Event

New Suicide Prevention Videos

Counseling & Psychological Services (CAPS) continues to lead efforts to increase student suicide awareness and education through the do something: Stop Student Suicide initiative.

In order to reduce the silence and the mystery that surrounds suicide, we offer these three videos, featuring knowledgeable voices, focused on what contributes to thoughts of suicide among our UM students and more importantly, how you can respond.


Greek Community: "#timetotalk about Mental Health"

CAPS is proud to support our Greek Community for their ongoing efforts around mental health.  

Recent efforts were highlighted in a recent announcment from Shannon Cohen, Interim Associate Director of Greek Life and Panhellenic Advisor.


Special Focus On International Student Support

Given the recent immigration restrictions, and concerns around further restrictions, it is not uncommon to be feeling a range of complex feelings, including fear, uncertainty, anger and sadness, that make it difficult to focus on everyday life demands.  CAPS is here to help. We know that these events have affected many of you, be it as a direct target or as someone who cares about how this is negatively affecting your friends and classmates.
 
We are here to help you and ​are offering various services:
 

CAPS now on Mcard

A recent article on the UM Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion web page has featured CAPS efforts to increase mental health support on campus.  Every student receives an Mcard to serve as their UM ID card for their career here at U of M.  Now, the Mcard has CAPS After Hours Information on the back.  


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