CAPS Counseling

CAPS offers individual counseling to support and help you work through personal, emotional, or behavioral difficulties.
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CAPS Counseling

Due to Covid-19, all CAPS services are primarily delivered through tele-mental health options such as Zoom Healthcare or telephone.

Counseling

CAPS offers individual counseling to students experiencing personal, emotional, and behavioral difficulties. Common concerns include adjustment to college, relationship conflict, making important life decisions, anxiety/stress, depression, and family problems.  

Counseling is a collaborative effort between you and a counselor to first assess your needs and then develop a plan to help you resolve concerns, learn coping strategies, and work toward a more satisfying, fulfilling life. Some issues may require treatment and/or intervention beyond the scope of what CAPS can accommodate. In these cases, counselors will provide referrals to services in the community.