Counseling and Psychological Services

Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)

The primary focus of Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) is to provide individual psychotherapy, group counseling, crisis management and intervention, and mental health outreach and consultation to students enrolled in full-time undergraduate and graduate degree programs to aid in the resolution of personal problems and crises. CAPS also provides outreach and consultation services to the university community (including faculty and staff) on a variety of issues pertinent to college student mental health and development. Individuals present with issues of depression, anxiety, bi-polar disorder, relationships, eating disorders, emotional, physical, or sexual abuse, sexual assault, sexuality, gender, substance problems, stress management, self-esteem, family problems, ADHD, identity development, and personality-related issues. Counseling and Psychological Services is part of the Division of Student Affairs. The primary office is located on the third floor of Murray-Herrick Campus Center (MHC) on the St. Paul campus. Graduate students have access to counseling at the CAPS office on the Minneapolis campus. 

For more information about CAPS visit the  Counseling and Psychological Services.

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