About CAPS

CAPS Staff, Fall 2019

The CAPS Team:

The CAPS clinical team includes licensed psychologists, professional counselors, marriage and family therapists, and social workers as well as board-certified psychiatrists and psychiatric nurse practitioners. CAPS clinicians come from a variety of backgrounds, areas of specialty, and approaches to treatment. The CAPS team also includes administrative and care coordination staff. Together, we provide brief therapy, psychiatric care, group treatment, care coordination, outreach programming, and specialty services to UA students.

All of us at CAPS are dedicated to providing a safe and confidential environment for UA students of all ages, degree programs, life circumstances, and cultures. We know how important school is to you and how important taking good care of yourself is to school.

Our Commitment to Equity and Inclusion:

CAPS services are for every University of Arizona student, including students of all races, genders, sexual orientations, ages, religions, abilities, and sizes. At CAPS and Campus Health, we strive to support the mental health and wellbeing of all students by creating an environment of trust, respect, and openness. This is our commitment to equity and inclusion.


What Students Are Saying

CAPS/Oasis Student Satisfaction Survey Responses:

"I have been affirmed and supported through multiple stressful experiences during my counseling sessions. My counselor has helped me believe in myself again and be more trusting."

"CAPS has helped me so much. If I hadn't come here, some bad things could have happened. They have truly changed my life.  "

"I appreciated talking to someone who can help me, who cared, and who gets it."

What Do You Need Today?

At CAPS, you can see a counselor or psychiatrist, join a group, find tools you can use on your own, and get help finding off-campus services. Call us at 520-621-3334 or speak with a triage counselor to get started.