Therapy Services at CAPS

Managing the demands and developmental challenges of college

Initial Contact With CAPS

Initial Assessment Services

  • Meet with an assessment specialist during a scheduled initial appointment
  • To assess needs and determine the best options available
  • Initial assessment appointments are available during business hours, Monday - Friday

Emergency/Crisis Services

  • Clinicians are available for mental health emergencies
  • Walk in whenever CAPS is open, Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
  • Call us at (765) 494-6995 and press #1 to speak to a clinician over the phone for consultation, stabilization, and/or referral


Direct Services

Group Therapy

  • Peer-to-peer interactions within a therapist facilitated group setting
  • An opportunity to share and learn from others
  • A chance to provide and receive feedback and support

Individual Therapy

  • Discuss and explore problems or feelings that are important to you
  • Grow toward greater freedom in making informed choices
  • We work in a time limited individual therapy model. You and your therapist will determine the number of individual therapy sessions necessary for you to work toward your goals

Couples Therapy

  • Address sources of stress and conflict within your relationship
  • Available to non-student spouses and partners when they attend sessions with a currently enrolled student

Psychiatric Services

  • Psychiatric evaluation and consultation that may include prescribing medication
  • Available upon appropriate referral
  • Initial evaluation is available at no charge

Alcohol and Other Drugs Program (AOD)

  • Assessment and clinical evaluation of substance use
  • Consultation, treatment, and outreach educational programming

Psychological Testing

  • Comprehensive testing for ADHD, learning disabilities, and Autism Spectrum Disorders
  • A thorough initial consultation is available at no charge

Other Services and Information

Outreach and Consultation Services

  • Workshops and seminars
  • Consultations with groups and individuals
    • Provide information on campus and community mental health resources
    • Work with academic advisors to help students cope better
    • Assist in residence hall staff and therapist training
    • Plan strategies to avert a potential crisis
    • Respond to crises
  • Multicultural Relational Outreach

Care Management Services

  • Maximize opportunities for academic and personal success
    • Advocate for students
    • Provide assistance for students with financial needs
  • Provide crisis intervention and support
  • Coordinate care between campus and community resources
    • Connect students to appropriate campus and community resources
    • Facilitate appropriate referrals to outside agencies when needed
  • Facilitate release of CAPS records.

Therapy Fees

  • Most services are available at no charge
  • Fee waivers are available for students in high financial need

CAPS's No-Show Policy