To best accommodate the end of semester needs of our students, CAPS is available for single session individual therapy (for students who will be leaving the state at the end of the semester) and brief individual therapy for students who will remain in Colorado for the summer.
CAPS has transitioned to end of semester psychiatry scheduling for psychiatry. To allow for safe monitoring and follow up after starting a medication, students will need to either be in the state of Colorado for follow up appointments, or be connected with a prescriber in the state that they will be residing in following the initial appointment. CAPS clinicians can help you get connected with a local provider as needed.
Through our eating concerns services, CAPS works in collaboration with Medical Services and nutrition to provide assessment, triage and referrals to students struggling with issues related to food, weight and body image.
In an effort to support students and help them succeed at CU, CAPS is committed to working with students to avoid pitfalls related to alcohol and drug use. CAPS offers several services to address these issues.
Integrated Behavioral Health Providers are licensed therapists, doctoral psych interns, and social work fellows who are embedded in Wardenburg Medical Center. We can assist you with everything from stress management, to meeting your health goals, to getting you connected to ongoing behavioral health services and more.