Camp A.S.P.I.R.E (ASU’s Skills Program Inspiring and Reinforcing Excellence)

This summer, Clinical Psychology Graduate students in the ASU Department of Psychology Clinical Psychology Center are launching a new virtual psychologically oriented, strengths-based summer camp to teach students how to manage stress, conflict, and grow in social settings to position themselves for success later in life. There will be a group for 3rd to 5th graders and a group for 6th to 8th graders.

The focus on this camp is to promote strength-based skills, building on existing strengths and increasing additional skills to deal with life and stress. This includes setting long term goals, planning on how to achieve those goals, as well as learning coping strategies such as managing negative thinking or negative emotions. It also covers problem-solving and asking for help.


When: M/W/F (2 weeks); June 22nd through the end of July. Times vary based on selection, but are all Arizona time (Mountain Standard Time)

Cost: $100/session

How: Groups of 15 students will work with Clinical Psychology PhD students on zoom to build skills and have fun.