CAPS offers a variety of programs and workshops geared toward students' every day life experiences, covering a variety of topics related to student development and personal growth. These programs and workshops all have in common a commitment to providing students the knowledge and variety of life skills important for surviving and thriving here at Duke and beyond.
This workshop will demonstrate and guide you through learning and rehearsing anxiety and stress reduction techniques to help calm the body and quiet the mind for more effective study and rewarding connections.
Developed right here at Duke, Koru Mindfulness is an evidence-based program specifically designed for teaching mindfulness and meditation as way to manage stress and reduce anxiety. You will learn specific skills that help calm and focus your mind, including breathing exercises, guided imagery, body scan, and more! Over 700 Duke undergraduate and graduate students have been trained through Koru, so you're in good company.
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Brings students together who share identities and focus on the lived experiences of participants.
These are offered on two dates:
1) September 24th at 5PM in the Center for Multicultural Affairs
2) September 25th at 2PM in the Center for Multicultural Affairs