Therapy is available to all students without session limits or cost, students can call ahead and set up an intake session or come into the office and schedule a session in person.
Referral services (for local and out of state needs)
Walk-in services are available from 8am to 4:30pm, Monday through Friday. These 20 minute sessions can be focused on finding educational resources or deciding if counseling is the right decision.
Advocacy services are free and confidential for any students who are survivors of, or accused of, sexual misconduct including stalking, rape, bullying, cyber stalking etc.
Triage for crisis or emergency is available through the office (2nd floor, Brave Health Center) and afterhours through University Police (910-521-6235).
Psychiatric Medication evaluation and maintenance are available for students with an established therapy relationship with CAPS.
Learning Disability Assessment can be scheduled with CAPS psychologist for a structured fee. This process can be very helpful in understanding the challenges a learner my face and the assessment results can be very useful when working with the Accommodations Resource Center.
Psychiatric Assessment a CAPS provider my determine that a battery of psychological assessments may be helpful in creating a treatment plan, clarifying diagnosis, determining medication usefulness and increasing self-awareness around mental health issues.
Groups are run throughout the semester.
Be Brave: Recovery Support Group: (Meet in the Brave Health Center)
Heartease Yoga: (Meet in the Brave Health Center),
Create, Heal, and Grow: Expressive Arts: (Meet in the Brave Health Center)
Workshops are offered throughout the year to help students enhance personal effectiveness and cope with the demands of college life. Workshops are developed to enhance students’ personal and academic development.