The Campus Mind Works project is pleased to provide the following support service for University of Michigan students:
Drop-In Campus Mind Works Groups
Please join us for:
- Presentation and Q & A focusing on topics which impact student mental health.
- Facilitated support group session to:
- discuss challenges faced when coping with depression, anxiety, and mood swings
- share successful strategies for managing illness in the context of college life
- connect with other students who may have similar experiences.
The 2nd and 4th Tuesday of each month
October – April, 5:30 - 7:00 p.m.
Schedule of upcoming educational presentation topics:
Myths and Facts about Alcohol and Mood
- Tuesday, January 13 in Room 151, Chrysler Center, North Campus
- Tuesday, January 27 in Room MH 2333, Mason Hall, Central Campus
Strategies for Managing Relationships to Improve Mood
- Tuesday, February 10 in Room 151, Chrysler Center, North Campus
- Tuesday, February 24 in Room MH 2333, Mason Hall, Central Campus
Mindfulness Strategies to Reduce Stress
- Tuesday, March 10 in Room 151, Chrysler Center, North Campus
- Tuesday, March 24 in Room MH 2333, Mason Hall, Central Campus
Reducing Stigma through Shared Experiences
- Tuesday, April 14 in Room 151, Chrysler Center, North Campus
The Campus Mind Works Groups are open to any U-M student who has been diagnosed with bipolar disorder, major depression, and/or chronic anxiety, or anyone interested in obtaining more information about these issues. The groups are designed for education and support purposes only, and are not intended to be a substitute for medical or mental health treatment.
These FREE education/support groups are a service of the U-M Depression Center in partnership with the College of Engineering, and are run by clinical staff from the U-M Department of Psychiatry.
No pre-registration is required.
Other support groups on campus: