To make our services as accessible as possible, we have counselors available in various sites across the CU campus for a dedicated period of time each week to provide support and consultation services. Having counselors available in these sites makes it convenient for staff and students to consult about student concerns and makes referring easier when students have more of a sense of familiarity with a trusted “go to person.”
SORCE provides student based support for historically underrepresented students. SORCE strives to improve access to education and improve retention of underrepresented students at CU. CAPS supports the mission of SORCE.
Liaison: Andrea Iglesias, Psy.D.
Satellite Hours: Wednesdays from 12:00-1:30 during the academic year
Location: UMC 227 F (Senior Dedication Lounge), 2nd Floor of the UMC
Services: Andrea provides on site weekly check-ins with the SORCE staff and student community and staff training. She also helps with programming, attends events, and provides occasional talks and workshops.
SASC is a multicultural academic learning community serving low income and first generation college students with academic development.
Liaison: Frank Kim, Ph.D.
Satellite Hours: Tuesdays, Noon - 1:00 PM during the academic year.
Location: Fleming Building, Room 141
Services: Frank provides on site weekly services including workshops on topics of interest, community building, and consultation.
The Office of International Education (OIE) actively promotes international and intercultural understanding to enrich the academic and cultural environment of CU-Boulder by facilitating the exchange of people and ideas.
Liaison: Dina Matic Kriakova, Ph.D.
Satellite Hours: Mondays from 12:20-1:30
Location: Center for Community, S355
Services: Dina provides weekly on site support in the OIE Offices where she provides consultations and trainings, as well as, student and staff support.
The College of Music houses music majors at CU-Boulder.
Liaison: Matthew Tomatz, LPC
Services: Matt provides an on site group called Developing the Whole Musician. This is a weekly therapy group for music students to address things like performance anxiety, overcoming performance blocks, and succeeding as a musician (registration at the start of the semester is required). Matt is also available to provide individual therapy to address these issues through CAPS. He also provides phone consultation to faculty, staff, parents and students.
The College of Engineering houses Engineering majors at CU Boulder.
Liaisons: Mya Bethune, Ph.D. & Dorothy Moon, Psy.D.
Services: Mya and Dorothy provide consultation to faculty, staff, and students in the College or Engineering, as well programming for Engineering students throughout the year. You might find us tabling in the foyer of the Engineering building, offering workshops in the Gemmill Library Classroom, or hosting a Power Hour in the BOLD Center. Mya is also the liaison for the “Quad” residence hall.
Veteran Services supplements the recruitment and retention of veterans to the Boulder Campus.
Liaison: Matthew Tomatz, LPC
Satellite Hours: Thursdays from 2-3 PM
Location: C4C S482
Services: Matt provides weekly office hours held in the Veteran Services office where he is available for consultation and conversation. Some veterans have used this time to seek support in learning study skills, relaxation skills, or to learn about counseling services at CU. You might also find Matt at different programs and events for veterans throughout the academic year.
Norlin Library is the flagship of the University Libraries. At Norlin, students can also find helpful resources, find a great quiet place to study, and participate in community programming.
Liaison: Andrea Iglesias, Psy.D., Mifa Kim, Anil Arora
Satellite Hours: First Monday of each month from 1:30-3:30 PM: How To Help a Friend with Mifa in the foyer
Fourth Thursday of each month from 1:30 - 4 PM: Wellness programming with Anil in Norlin Commons
Workshops and programs throughout the semester in Norlin Commons
Services: CAPS offers programs on stress management, academic skills, and overall wellness throughout the semester at Norlin. You can find our Peer Educator, Mifa, handing out tea and cookies and providing information on How to Help a Friend in need. You can also find our Peer Educator, Anil and engage in some fun and stress-reducing activities. During finals time, CAPS will be passing out our famous care kits and putting on some stress-relief programs to help students make it through the last stretch!
Kittredge Village is a residential living community on the CU-Boulder campus.
Liaison: Corey Levy, Psy.D.
Satellite Hours: Thursdays from 1-5:00 PM
Location: South Wing of Kittredge Central, Room S193
Services: As a Counselor in Residence (CIR), Corey provides therapeutic treatment onsite at Kittredge. He also works with Residence Life staff on developing and implementing programs designed to increase the general wellness of the Kittredge Community. Corey is available to help with programming events, workshops, and community based activities throughout the academic year.
Williams Village is a residential living community on the CU-Boulder campus.
Liaison: Dina Matic Kriakova, Ph.D., Stephen Koelemay, Psy.D.
Satellite Hours: Mondays & Wednesdays from 1-5:00 PM
Location: Darley Commons, Room 230
Services: As a Counselors in Residence (CIR), Dina and Stephen provides therapeutic treatment onsite at Kittredge. He also works with Residence Life staff on developing and implementing programs designed to increase the general wellness of the Kittredge Community. Corey is available to help with programming events, workshops, and community based activities throughout the academic year.