Frequently Asked Questions
Am I eligible for counseling through FSAP?
You must be a CU Boulder employee to use FSAP services, and services are no cost to all CU Boulder faculty and staff members.
How many sessions do I get?
The first session or 'intake' gives us an opportunity to get to know you, your situation, and information about your history. Following the intake, you may receive up to 6 additional sessions focusing on current work-related, personal, or family concerns.
How is my personal information used?
In some limited situations, information may be released as follows:
- The client signs a Release of Information form authorizing specific information to be released to a specific person(s), provider group, or organization contact for a determined purpose and for a determined timeframe;
- A disclosure is directed by court order;
- The client is determined to be in immediate danger of harming self or another person, persons, and/or place;
- Information shared with the counselor reveals concerns related to suspected/possible abuse of a child, dependent, or elder. Per Colorado state law, counselors are 'mandatory reporters' of child and elder abuse and are also required by law to report any suspected abuse.
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