Who We Are and What We Do
CAPS Staff, Fall 2019
In Service of Student Wellness and Success
Who We Are:
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.
At CAPS, enrolled students can receive mental health care, including:
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."
Care Coordination Services
A Care Coordinator is available during office hours to talk to you about what CAPS offers and guide you through the process of finding what you need, either on or off-campus.
If you are looking for something beyond CAPS, they provide comprehensive community referral support. We are trained to help you connect to a variety of resources.
Call 520-621-3334 to speak with a Care Coordinator or schedule a call back or Zoom visit (University Students only).
Student Success, Mental Health, and Basic Needs Resources:
CAPS offers consultative services for concerned family members, friends, faculty, and staff.
For Parents & Families
For Concerned Friends
Cultural Center Liaisons
CAPS Liaisons provide consultation to students at each of the campus Cultural Centers. They provide guidance and resources to students for the purpose of helping them overcome life’s challenges. Find out more about the CAPS Cultural Center Liaisons.
Outreach and Education
CAPS offers training, education, and outreach to the UA community. We regularly participate in UA events and partner with campus resources like the UA Think Tank and the Women and Gender Resource Center to provide psychoeducation and mental health screenings. CAPS professionals and students involved in the Mindful Ambassadors program also provide psychoeducational workshops and presentations across campus.
If you'd like to request a CAPS presentation or have a CAPS member present at your event, call us at (520) 621-3334 and speak with our outreach coordinator about your options. Please note that events generally need to be scheduled at least 4 weeks in advance.