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CAPS invites students to participate in one of several weekly workshop opportunities that offer strategies to manage life demands. Workshops are open to any interested students including law students, new students, and those students who identify as Latinx. These are drop-in sessions, with no CAPS registration required. Come every week, or whenever works best for you.

Spring 2020 CAPS Workshop Series

For additional information on these workshops, please call CAPS at 504-314-2277.

True 2 You: Living Your Best College Life ▾

CAPS for Counseling Services and Campus Recreation joined efforts to create an informative and high energy 6-week informal mind and body experience. TRUE 2 YOU is designed to support students in learning ways to maintain health and wellness while acclimating to life in college.  Students will learn information about CAPS, Campus Recreation, and how to utilize both departments to build an individualized holistic wellness plan.

When and Where

February 28 - March 27

Fridays, 3:30 - 5:00 p.m.
Reily Center, Lakeside Room

Workshop Schedule



February 28

Stress Less, Thrive More (Kickboxing)

College can be exciting and demanding at the same time. Join us as we discuss strategies to manage the stressors of college life and kickbox your way into stressing less and thriving more. 

March 6

Mind Full or Mindful (Yoga)

A discussion on the benefits of mindfulness, meditation, and managing mental wellness via movement. Students will receive helpful tips to develop and personalize a daily mindfulness practice and discover how to incorporate yoga into their practice.

March 13

Eat Healthy, Live Healthy (Cooking Demo)

This session will offer tips to build/maintain a healthy eating practice while living on campus.  Students will receive information on selecting healthier food options and participate in a live cooking demonstration. 

March 20

Alcohol, Substances, and Healthy Choices (Cycling)

This session will explore the role of alcohol and substance usage within the college experience. Discussing myths vs. facts, social implications, and making individualized healthy choices as students. Let’s make cycling the only spinning you experience.     

March 27

Just Keep Swimming (Canoe Trip)

Join us to explore revitalizing ways to care for one’s self, and re-energize. The session will wrap-up with a unique self-care opportunity to canoe up and down Bayou St. John. 

¡Salud! ▾

The ¡Salud! workshop series aims to build community and provide an empowering space for Latinx students to thrive at Tulane. Sometimes students experience homesickness and stress related to being identified Latinx, whether as a first generation American or new to the country. This workshop series will focus on self-care, connecting with others, and developing stress reduction techniques based on mindfulness. This is a drop-in series and there is no need to register with CAPS to attend. Feel welcome to attend one, a few or all sessions. ¡Salud!

When and Where

Thursdays, 3:00  - 4:00 p.m.

February 20, March 5, 26, April 2, 16

Alumni House Legacy Conference Room

Law School Workshop Series ▾

Navigating law school can be difficult at times and the added stress and anxiety that comes from the responsibilities of law school can become overwhelming and create problems in various parts of our lives. If you are experiencing such issues or if you are looking to create some change in your everyday life, then please consider attending some or all the CAPS Law School Workshops. See schedule below.

When and Where

  • Wednesday, January 22nd: Wellness Wednesday, 11:30-1:00, Multipurpose Room
  • Tuesday, January 28th: Workshop: Grades and Identity, 4:00-5:00, Room 202
  • Thursday, February 13th: Coffee with a Counselor, 9:30-10:30, Lobby
  • Thursday, March 5th: Coffee with a Counselor, 9:30-10:30, Lobby
  • Wednesday, March 11th: Workshop: Managing Stress and Anxiety, 4:00-5:00, Room 214

Get Connected ▾

Get Connected is a 4-week semi-structured workshop series for students who recently joined the Tulane University family. Focus will be given to helping students acclimate to the university and the city of New Orleans, helping them connect with departments on campus who can assist students to adjust to their new environment, and creating a space for engagement with other transfer students. You are welcome to attend as many of these workshops as you desire; however, we hope you attend as many as possible as we collectively work to build a community of continued support.

When and Where

Fridays - January 24, 31, February 7, 14, 10:00-10:50am

Mussafer 116