Wellness Programs


Want to learn new ideas on how to manage your stress, manage worry thoughts, or understand emotions? Attend free, drop-in workshops to learn coping strategies to: enhance well-being, manage a range of emotions, and increase stress management skills. No sign-up is necessary.

If you will be referring your class to a Wellness Workshop being held on a specific day/time, please contact Dr. Jill Kapil (jkapil@fullerton.edu), Wellness Workshops coordinator, 2 or more weeks in advance, to ensure sufficient materials are available for the presentation.

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Art of Wellness

Stressed out? Need to unwind? Drop in and join us for a relaxing, fun, creative wellness activity! No experience, materials, or artistic ability required. Learn more about Art of Wellness.PDF File Opens in new window

Mood Wellness

Learn how to understand and accept your emotions. Develop skills to increase positive emotional experiences. Take a look at our Mood Wellness handouts.PDF File Opens in new window

Stress Wellness

Identify how stress impacts you; increase skills to lower stress. Check out our Stress Wellness materials.PDF File Opens in new window

Thought Wellness

Learn how your thoughts impact your mood and behavior. Gain skills to modify negative thoughts and beliefs. View our Thought Wellness handouts.PDF File Opens in new window



All groups are free and confidential to CSUF students.

Please note: All students must have an up-to-date assessment appointment prior to scheduling a group screening. An assessment appointment can be scheduled by contacting CAPS at (657) 278-3040.

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Making Peace with Food
Tuesdays, 3 p.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Issues about how we see ourselves and our bodies can be tough. Many times we really don't see what others see, but it is hard to know the truth. This group is for the purpose of understanding how issues related to self-esteem, confidence, authenticity, and conflict man-agement connect to and affect our relationships with food, and the management of feelings that can be directed toward food instead of action that would help us feel better. The connection with other people is powerful at giving us the will and power to change.

Getting Over the Hump: Relaxation Wednesdays
Wednesdays, 1:30 p.m. - 3 p.m.
Too busy to relax? Unsure how to relax? Don’t want to relax alone? Too much work and not enough time for ourselves can result in increased physical and mental health struggles. Sometimes finding time for ourselves can be difficult; join this group and have built-in time to relax and engage in self-care without worrying about “wasting time.” This support group is designed to increase members’ un-derstanding of the negative effects of stress and provide opportunity to develop relaxation strategies via interactive instruction.

Grief and Loss
Fridays, 9 a.m. - 10:30 a.m.
Losing someone close to us can be incredibly difficult, as it can lead to unexpected thoughts/feelings and cause us to question aspects of ourselves, others, and life more generally. It can be difficult to seek out needed support during the grieving process, particularly when it feels as though nobody “gets it.” This group is designed to provide a safe space for those who have lost a loved one to share their struggles with others who have experienced a similar loss.