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Counseling

Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) offers psychological counseling to students to help them cope with personal problems so that they can successfully achieve their educational goals. Licensed professionals provide brief treatment for anxiety, depression, difficulties with relationships, family problems, food/body image concerns, alcohol and drug (ADD) concerns, life crises and other issues. Click here to visit the CAPS website.

 

Click here to visit the Friend2Friend website which gives advice to students who are trying to help friends cope with problems.

If you are concerned that you or someone you know may be at risk for suicide, we strongly encourage you to do one or more of the following:

•    Contact a mental health provider within your community
•    Call 1-800-273-8255(TALK), the National Suicide Prevention Hotline, for a referral
•    Call your college’s emergency number
•    Call 911


ResourcesHelp is often available on or around campuses through the following resources:

•    Student counseling center
•    Friend2Friend website gives advice to students who are trying to help friends cope
•    Student health service
•    Resident hall director, dean, academic advisor, tutor, or faculty
•    Campus religious or spiritual leader
•    Community mental health center
•    Local crisis center or hotlines


Other resources for information about suicide include:

•    American Association of Suicidology:  202-237-2280 www.suicidology.org
•    American Foundation for Suicide Prevention:  888-333-2377 www.afsp.org
•    American Psychiatric Association:  800-35-PSYCH www.psych.org
•    American Psychological Association:  800-374-2721   www.apa.org
•    The Jed Foundation:  212-647-7544 www.jedfoundation.org
•    National Institute of Mental Health:  800-421-4211 www.nimh.gov
•    National Mental Health Association:  800-989-6642 www.nmha.org
•    National Suicide Prevention Hotline: 800-273-8255(TALK) www.suicidepreventionlifeline.org


Updated: 10/01/2010