Student Programs and Training Experiences

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CAPS works with students on mental health initiatives and mental health training to provide educational and supportive resources to the UArizona community. Students are a big part of creating, implementing, and growing these programs.

CAPS Peer-to-Peer Programs

Clinical Training Opportunities

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CAPS Training Program

Each semester, we invite interns from various types of academic programs (clinical and counseling psychology, counseling, social work, and psychiatry) from within and outside the University of Arizona to join the CAPS Training Program and CAPS Doctoral Internship Program (CDIP).

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Student Groups Focusing on Mental Health

Active Minds

Active Minds works to change the conversation about mental health through events, programming, and activities

Body Positive Arizona

Body Positive Arizona provides programs and events to enhance self-worth and positive body image among all UA students.  


The Stressbusters provide free 5-minute backrubs and wellness info to students at campus events, dorms, libraries, and wherever else the stressed are gathered. 

Student Health Advocacy Committee (SHAC)

SHAC advocates for preventive issues on campus through policy and programming.