Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) provides student-focused mental health services to currently enrolled U-M undergraduate and graduate students.
This non-academic Michigan Onloine course is an interdisciplinary look at how we can make each day the best day of our lives by examining the question, “How can you be your most brilliant, passionate self?”
This non-academic Michigan Online course presents the science and benefits of gratitude practices, including practical ways to bring it into your own life and recognition that gratitude and struggle can coexist. It’s both for anyone new to the idea of gratitude practices and for people who routinely use positive psychology in their life.
Even though gratitude is possible and can help in those tough times, be sure to give yourself some grace when you’re not up to the practice. In this Teach-Out, you will learn how to do just that.
This non-academic course through Michigan Online will give you the most up-to-date information on the biological, personal, and societal relevance of sleep. The course provides a cellular-level understanding of how sleep deprivation, jet lag, and substances such as alcohol, caffeine, and nicotine alter sleep and wakefulness.
This engaging course through Michigan Online is a non-academic course that is designed to help you achieve the success that you desire.
Drawing on decades of scientific research, you will learn what the most successful people do differently than others, why IQ is not the most significant predictor of success (and can sometimes backfire), and why many commonly held beliefs hold people back from achieving their goals.
Join this Michigan Online non-academic course called the "Thrive in Trying Times Teach-Out", a free learning experience and global conversation to consider how positive practices might help you navigate this time of stress.
Dive deeper into health and wellness with these options for learning about well-being in an academic course.
A welcoming, central place for students to receive support, assistance, and resources for various concerns, challenges, and unmet needs.
This toolkit was co-created by the Program for Intergroup Relations (IGR) and the Edward Ginsberg Center for Community Service and Learning. It includes individual and group reflection activities that uncover the nuanced ways we arrive at our political perspectives.
Treats anxiety, depression, bipolar, and other disorders, conducts research, provides support groups, and education about depressionand other mood disorders. Treatment is provided in partnership with U-M Department of Psychiatry.