Physical Health Resources
The on-site Performing Arts Health Clinic, offered in partnership with MedSport and MPerform, provides students the opportunity to meet with either a MedSport clinician or a hand specialist to discuss any pain, injury,or discomfort. These one-on-one appointments help students with identifying sources of pain and any postural misalignments. Students are given individualized exercise and stretching plans. Referrals for further treatment are provided on an as-needed basis. Visit U-M Resources-Physical Health for complete information on all the treatment options available at Michigan.
Mental Health Resources
CAPS@SMTD provides an embedded Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) counselor within SMTD to support students’ mental health. CAPS provides brief individual, couples, and group therapy, drop-in workshops and outreach presentations, urgent/crisis intervention, psychiatric evaluation and medication monitoring in conjunction with ongoing therapy and assistance with referrals.
To connect with the SMTD embedded CAPS counselor, or to access a complete list of U-M’s resources across all areas of mental and emotional health (including issues and support related to gender & sexuality, sexual assault, conflict resolution, and more), visit the U-M Resources-Mental Health page.
Faculty & Staff Resources
Weekly yoga classes, drop-in meditation, and weekly walking groups are some of the wellness offerings created to meet the needs of our faculty and staff. The Wellness Initiative works closely with MHealthy and the Office of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion at SMTD to provide wellness workshops and professional development opportunities for staff. Visit our Faculty & Staff Wellness Resources page for complete and up-to-date information.
Research & Resources
We also offer lists of external Research & Resources – including books, websites, webinars, and conferences – for those wishing to learn more about wellness.