CAPS Virtual Mental Wellness & Support Groups
Counseling and Psychological Services and Project OCEAN are actively building additions to this set of virtual resources that are designed to support and enhance your mental health and wellness. Check back often or connect with Project OCEAN on Instagram @csulbprojectocean to learn about our latest program offerings!
Note: All of our Virtual Drop-In Support Spaces and Virtual Workshops will be held via Zoom. Please view information on how to RSVP for each workshop below.
Virtual Drop-In Support Spaces via Zoom
Drop-in spaces are hosted by CAPS to provide a supportive space for students to connect on similar experiences and interests. It is not a therapy group. Students are not expected to attend each group meeting but can join the group as often as needed.
Beach Parents: A Space to Connect with other Pregnant and Parenting Students
Black Table Talk: A space for conversations about race and other issues impacting Black students, staff, and faculty.
Butterfly Healing Circle: Dreamers/DACA Support Group
International Student Support Group
Latina’s at the Beach: A Space to Connect with Other Latinas
Rainbow Café: An Inclusive Space in Support of Sexual and Gender Diversity
Sisterfriends: A Supportive Networking Group for Black Women Students at CSULB.
Sign-up to participate in a drop-in space here:
Upcoming Virtual Workshops via Zoom
QPR stands for Question, Persuade, and Refer, 3 simple steps that anyone can learn to help save a life. This nationally recognized certification training is intended to teach individuals how to recognize the symptoms/ warning signs of suicide and provide guidelines as to how to appropriately Question a person about suicidal thoughts, how to Persuade them to get help, and how to Refer the person to seek help. Upon completion of training, participants will be certified as a QPR Suicide Prevention Gatekeeper for 3 years. *Training facilitated by Project OCEAN.
Click here to RSVP
Motivation & Burnout - Signs and Coping Stategies
Project OCEAN and CAPS represenatives will be having a weekly discussion/workshop on Instagram live on motivation and burnout. There, they will talk symptoms, coping strategies, tips and wellness plans to help with the lack of motivation and burnout.
Facilitators: Elaine Yeo, MA; Lupe Herrera, MA; Cristy Tran, Project OCEAN UPE; and Autumn Lewis, Project OCEAN UPE
Date/Time: Mondays at 5 PM (PST) via Instagram Live
Visit Project OCEAN's Instagram page @csulbprojectocean.
Intersecting Identities Workshop - TBA
Dive Into Relaxation with CAPS & Project OCEAN!
Guided Imagery and Gratitude