Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) offers services (individual counseling, group psychotherapy, psychiatry consultation and medication management, mindfulness meditation, couple's therapy) to Health Professions students at both East and West campus locations. All CAPS services are free of charge and confidential.
The East Campus office is located on Level 3 of the Heath Sciences Building (Room 3-040F). A counselor will ask you a few questions about the type of help you are seeking to gain insight, and provide a match with the appropriate counseor.
To schedule an appointment at either of our locations, call 632-6720 (on campus dial 2-6720). A counselor will ask you a few questions about the type of help you are seeking. CAPS does not fear the busy schedules of our HSC students! We have "walk-in" availability from 8:30am to 4:30pm Monday through Friday - along with evening and lunchtime appointments available upon request. Please do not hesitate to call - we can find a match for your busy schedule!
Mindfulness Meditation at East Campus
Meditation is a practice that has been shown to have many physical and psychological benefits including increased concentration and attention, clarity of thought, development of insight and awareness, self-esteem, stress reduction, and helpfulness in dealing with anxiety and depression. These benefits can contribute to your academic and personal success.
2012 BEGINNING MINDFULNESS MEDITATION GROUP
(for psychological, emotional and academic success)
Meets: This group will meet on Tuesdays beginning February 21, 2012 from 4:00pm to 5:00pm at CAPS-HSC. This group will run for five sessions.
CAPS-HSC, located on Level 3 of the Heath Sciences Building (Room 3-040F near the elevator corridor)
Please email email@example.com or call 444-7760 to REGISTER
Stress Management and Mood Fitness
In partnership with the Krasner Psychological Center, CAPS-HSC is pleased to offer a 10-week therapy program that focuses on accomplishing individual change goals in the areas of physical and mental health, and personal wellness.
In the initial sessions, your therapist will help you identify the sources of stress you are experiencing, and work collaboratively with you to develop tools and a plan to accomplish your change goals.
This program will be running through the Fall and Spring semesters of the 2011-2012 academic school year.
Should you have any questions about any of our services and programs, or are interested in speaking with a counselor please contact Nicole Gablenz, LMSW at (631)444-7760 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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