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Well-Being Opportunities

CAPS Graduate Mental Health Survey

My name is Catherine Walsh and I am a Psychology PhD candidate at UCLA. I am currently serving on the board of the Bruin Mental Health Advisory Committee, which works with the CAPS executive team to provide a student voice and engage with students about the status of mental health services on campus. One of our current projects is seeking to understand how CAPS can better help serve graduate and professional school students at UCLA, so we have developed this survey as a first-pass at engaging the UCLA graduate student community. The survey should take 5 minutes or less to complete, and participants will be entered into a raffle to win a UCLA store gift card.

Mental Health Resources

UCLA Center for Psychological Services (CAPS)

Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) is a multidisciplinary student mental health center for the UCLA campus that offers confidential counseling for all medical students. Short and long-term care is available from psychiatric residents, community psychiatrists, and psychologists, at either no or reduced cost. The initial counseling office is located off campus for confidentiality reasons, but is close enough to be convenient.

Behavioral Wellness Center (BWC)
(310) 825-9605

Center for the Health Sciences, Room 17-253L
The Behavioral Wellness Center (BWC) serves medical students and graduate students, in addition to individuals appointed as residents and fellows in Graduate Medical Education (GME) programs at the David Geffen School of Medicine. The Center is conveniently located on the first floor of CHS and provides confidential counseling services.

in-Training: Writers, Editors and Social Media Managers Wanted!

Dear M1-M4 Students,

in-Training, the online peer-reviewed publication for medical students, is looking for medical students of all class years to submit articles and essays about their experiences in medicine for peer-edited online publication. We are also accepting applications for medical student editors and social media managers.

For potential writers:With an emphasis on humanism in medicine, in-Training is run entirely by medical students and serves as an outlet for budding physician-journalists and writers at all medical schools around the globe. We seek articles on any topic relevant to the medical student community, including reflections, opinions, policy, research, poetry and art. Please follow the instructions on the Get Involved page to submit your work.

For potential editors:in-Training is looking for medical student editors to join our Editorial Board. If you are interested in editing and working with a dynamic staff to produce in-Training, please submit a Medical Student Editor Applicationapplication using the in-Training Medical Student Editor Application.

For social media managers: If you have experience with social media and are interested in working with the in-Training team, please submit an application: Join in-Training's Social Media Team.

Since we went online in July 2012, we have published over 1,300 articles from 500 writers at 150 institutions in 15 countries. in-Training has been featured on NPR, USA Today, and Scientific American. We are also winners of the 2014 and 2015 Web Health Awards.

We invite students and faculty to visit in-Training and subscribe to our twice-monthly newsletter. Please feel free to contact us at if you have any questions.


Alina Siddiqui and Zofia Hetman

UCLA CalFresh Office Hours and Information

The UCLA CalFresh Initiative is a team of students who help assist undergraduate and graduate students apply for a grocery allowance of up to $250/month.

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