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About CAPS

Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) has a long history of extensive training, with an APA-accredited Doctoral Internship in psychology.

CAPS provides:

CAPS is committed to diversity in all forms and participates in continuing professional development in this area. Individual psychotherapy at CAPS is short-term, therefore training at CAPS offers extensive opportunity to enhance skills in brief treatment.  On the other hand, a few selected longer-term clients are available to Postdoctoral Fellows to round out the training experience. 

CAPS has 22 professional staff, including 15 psychologists, 2 Licensed Clinical Professional Counselors, 3 psychiatrists, and 2 Licensed Clinical Social Workers. The internship at CAPS has three full-time Doctoral Interns.

Clinical services during the pandemic are provided in the telemental-health format to minimize the risk of COVID-19 transmission. When clinicians rotate to provide in-office presence, they follow safety procedures to limit the spread of COVID-19, including de-densifying staff at the office, and interacting with students through onsite telemental-health sessions.