Event Access and Registration

With a rotating schedule each semester, CAPS offers many events and outreach programs to meet your emotional health goals. Find out how to join below.

Please Note: 

There will be in-person as well as virtual events. Events do not require registration unless otherwise noted. Virtual events will be held online via Zoom or TEAMS. On the day/time of your virtual event, click on the event and login with UTA credentials to access the meeting link. If you need assistance, call CAPS at 817-272-3671. If you need accommodations to participate in an event, please contact CAPS at least five days prior to the event.

Register For Events Here

Wednesday October 6th, 2021

11:00 am - 2:00 pm

Brazos Park

Join us for a mental health check-in with interactive booths focused on emotional and mental health awareness, free food, prizes and more! Fresh Check Day is the signature program of the Jordan Porco Foundation.

QPR for Suicide Prevention

Increase awareness of the warning signs, clues and suicidal communications of people who may be considering suicide and learn how to intervene with at risk individuals. Registration Required. Open to all UTA students, faculty and staff unless noted. 

REGISTRATION REQUIRED

  1. Click on the event date you want to attend and login using UTA credentials.  

  2. Follow instructions to complete registration and save the Zoom meeting link.

  3. Mark your calendar with the event date, time, and Zoom meeting link. 

  4. Post-training UTA QPR Resources

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(Check back soon for new dates)

Learn about common concerns such as anxiety, loneliness, stress, or self-defeating thoughts among college students, and helpful ways to respond and re-direct toward your goals.

MAVS Talk Anxiety

Learn about symptoms of anxiety and stress reduction techniques.

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MAVS Talk Anxiety and Academics

Learn about symptoms of anxiety and stress reduction techniques related to academic work.

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MAVS Talk Time Management

Learn techniques to help you prioritize your responsibilities and improve time management skills.

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MAVS Talk Stress Management

Learn about signs and symptoms of stress, and ways you can manage stress more effectively.

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How to Deal

“How to Deal” is a virtual, drop-in workshop series that focuses on providing information and active participation in stress relief.  This four-week series is best suited for students looking to improve coping skills, understand stress and reactions to stress, as well as engage with tangible exercises to help improve stress management.

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Renew, Relax, Revive: Drop-In Meditation and Mindfulness

Practice different types of meditations such as compassion-focused, mindfulness, and guided imagery. Join any meeting, anytime!  

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MAVS Talk Mindfulness 

Learn about how mindfulness can be helpful to you and practice mindfulness skills. 

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  • PENDING

Find support, gain insight, and develop new ways to navigate life's stressors.

Sister Circle

Join this bi-weekly support group specially created for self-identified Black women, inclusive of cis, trans, femme and gender-queer. Explore and talk openly about topics such as identity, empowerment, systemic oppression and personal or academic challenges in a safe and confidential space. Meetings include guest speakers and open dialogue.

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BIWEEKLY WEDNESDAYS:

09/08, 09/22, 10/06, 10/20, 11/03, 11/07

12:30 p.m - 1:30 p.m.

Register/Drop in via Zoom:

https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJEqdOutqj0sE9b1ZNLQpZ-2Y9dDWLv9IQJH

MAVS Talk Self-Compassion

Learn aspects of self-compassion and how to be more accepting of yourself.

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MAVS Talk Life Balance and Wellness

Explore various aspects of wellness to help you decrease your stress and increase energy through better nutrition, physical movement, restful sleep, managing finances, balancing emotions, connecting with others, and improving concentration 

MAVS Talk Resiliency and Gratitude 

Explore various aspects of resiliency, including how compassion and gratitude can be helpful to you.

Intro To Happiness  

Join us at CAPS virtually for a discussion on finding ways to increase your happiness. We'll talk about the misconceptions of achieving happiness as well as time-tested and approved methods for becoming happier and healthier in your life.

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How To Get Your Groove Back

Life since 2020 has been really difficult and weird in many ways. This virtual workshop provides a space to talk through the challenges we face as we attempt to reintegrate into life on campus. Join us as we discuss ways to navigate this "new normal.”

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