Thursday Tips: Counseling and Psychological Services

One of the greatest gems at Eastern Michigan University is the Counseling and Psychological Services located at 313 Snow Health Center. CAPS offers students free counseling services. The word counseling can be a put off for many people thanks to the stigma surrounding mental health. At the end of the day, though, everyone can use… Continue reading Thursday Tips: Counseling and Psychological Services

Wellness Wednesday: 7 Ways to Maintain Positivity in the Winter Months

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Frigid mornings. Icy windshields. Wet socks. Dark afternoons. We are in the throes of winter and the assignments are starting to roll in. Our break seemed too short and personally, I’m still tired from fall finals. There are ways, however, to boost your mood and your motivation levels throughout the Winter semester. While there will… Continue reading Wellness Wednesday: 7 Ways to Maintain Positivity in the Winter Months

CAPS Campus Offerings Winter 2016

Mental health is just as important as bodily health. You wouldn’t expect to do well in class with the flu or an untreated broken leg, so why would you let mental health concerns go untreated. Check out these workshops offered by CAPS this year. CAPS offers a variety of groups and workshops during the Fall… Continue reading CAPS Campus Offerings Winter 2016

Some FAQs about CAPS

CAPS, or Counseling and Psychological Services is available to all students on campus and is conveniently located in the Snow Health Center. What is counseling? Counseling—or psychotherapy—is a professional relationship with a therapist to help you with personal problems. The counseling relationship differs from both social friendships and traditional patient-doctor relationships. Rather than giving you… Continue reading Some FAQs about CAPS

CAPS campus offerings

Mental health is just as important as bodily health. You wouldn’t expect to do well in class with the flu or an untreated broken leg, so why would you let mental health concerns go untreated. Check out these workshops offered by CAPS this year. [embeddoc url=”http://hscblog.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/GrpFLyer_Fall15.pdf”]