Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) is the only free-of-charge campus agency designated to provide comprehensive psychological services to university-enrolled students. We seek to strengthen student learning by minimizing interruption of the learning caused by mental health concerns, assisting with the academic skills needed to successfully matriculate through the university. In addition, we offer crisis intervention, and counseling, presentation services, professional consultation, and graduate training. Our staff is comprised of licensed (or license-eligible) psychologists and mental health counselors, and graduate interns who provide a confidential environment in which you may explore and resolve issues of concern.
We offer services in an atmosphere that is welcoming and comfortable for all students regardless of race, gender, ethnic background, religion, age, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, citizenship, or physical status.
News & Announcements
Listen to JJ Jimenez, Psy.D. and Larry Marks, Ph.D. from CAPS in their inaugural podcast called "A Mental Health Minute" discussing a variety of mental health topics! Contribute any ideas or questions you may have for future podcasts!
Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS), in collaboration with the School of Visual Arts and Design (SVAD) and Student Disability Services (SDS), is excited to announce a "Call for Entries" for the 3rd annual Healing Art Exhibition. Students, faculty, staff and alumni are invited to submit up to 3 artworks with the chance of being selected for this juried art exhibit. Call for Entries ends October 31st, 2014. The theme for this annual exhibition is: Art out Loud: Emerging from the Shadow. Selected artworks will be on display at CAPS from January 2015 to November 2015 with an opening reception and announcement of awards in February 2015. There is no entry fee. The annual exhibit is designed to create campus-wide awareness of counseling and psychological services, decrease mental health stigma, increase inclusivity, and create an open exhibition space for creativity and healing. We invite you to be a part of this powerful event.
Or contact: HealingArtExhibit@ucf.edu or Amanda.Bailey@ucf.edu
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Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) in collaboration with the School of Visual Arts and Design (SVAD) invite you to share in the creative talents of members of our own campus community by attending our themed 2014 Healing Arts Exhibition Opening Reception, Journey to Acceptance.
UCF Healing Art Exhibition is designed to create campus wide awareness of the Counseling & Psychological services at University of Central Florida, to increase inclusivity across campus, and to create an open exhibition space for creativity and healing. Our mission is to continue to reflect the power of arts as a healing agent.
When: TH February 27th, 5-7PM
Location: Counseling and Psychological Services bldg (across from Health Center)
The event will include: Inspiring artwork, award annoucements, live music, and refreshments