Statement of Solidarity

We at CAPS stand in solidarity with all members of our Asian community against any form of xenophobia, oppression, and racism. We write to affirm our support for the dignity of all our Asian community members.  CAPS is with you and stands alongside you.  We share a collective responsibility to speak out against racism and social injustice that aims at dividing our communities. We are committed to speaking up, listening, and providing confidential support for all our Asian community members and allies to foster empowerment and resilience.  We want to invite anyone who is being impacted by this or other challenging current events to come to CAPS for support,  or to use our after hours hotline/ crisis line for support at 407-823-2811 (press 5 afterhours).



Resources are available for self-help and self-access; essentially services that you can utilize without in-person assistance.



Community Provider Database

Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) maintains a database of private practitioners in the community. Each therapist works autonomously and has full, separate, legal, therapeutic responsibility for their clients. We offer this database as a resource and this does not constitute endorsement of any of the listed treatment providers or facilities. Users assume responsibility for evaluating and selecting among the providers included in these listings.

Click the link above to visit the CPD! Note: if you are under the age of 18, we recommend that you seek the advice of an adult as you consider these treatment options.

Student Resources


Resources for Coping


Campus Resources


Smartphone Apps



Disasters & Terrorism



Parent Resources


General Resources




Staff Resources


Making a Referral

Referring a student to receive help requires tact and knowledge of the services we offer. Check out our helpful guide for assistance with this difficult task.





View the services available in case of emergency, both during and outside of business hours.





Counseling often involves the disclosure of sensitive and personal information. Professional ethical codes and state laws consider the personal information discussed between a counselor and client to be strictly confidential. This means that the information that you share in counseling, including the fact that you have used our services, will not be disclosed to anyone (including university officials, faculty, staff, parents, or outside agencies) without your written permission.



UCF Employee Assistance Program

Unfortunately, we are unable to provide counseling services to UCF faculty and staff. If you are interested in receiving ongoing services for yourself, you may contact Horizon Health for assistance.





National Information and Resources