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).


Initial Assessment

All registered UCF students are entitled to an initial assessment to determine what the focus of therapy will be and what type of services are most appropriate for a particular problem. If you are under 18 years of age, parental consent will be needed to participate in an Initial Assessment and/or ongoing counseling.

Your first contact will be an initial assessment with a counselor who will determine the most appropriate services for you. In many instances, group counseling or life skills workshops are effective alternatives to individual counseling. At the end of the interview, a counselor will give recommendations regarding the best mode of treatment, which may mean a service CAPS provides or a referral to a resource on or off campus.

How do I schedule an appointment?