Counseling and Psychological Services offers a variety of services to students, faculty, staff, and parents. Please click a link below to learn more about each of our services.
Have concerns about how you're doing? Any enrolled student is eligible for a variety of free and confidential counseling services, including individual counseling, crisis services, group counseling, couples counseling, and community referrals. We also offer psychological assessment and testing for a fee.
Do you have issues that impact your academic success? A clinical case manager is available to assist struggling students who may need referrals within campus or in the community. This licensed clinical social worker provides advocacy, crisis intervention, referrals, counseling, and consultation. Concerns addressed include mental health, social, financial, academic, and other concerns that may impact college life.
Have questions or concerns about a friend or student at SCSU? Students, faculty, staff, family and parents may contact us to speak with one of our professional counselors about what to do.
Need a professional to come speak to your group about a mental health topic? Our counselors offer workshops, seminars, classroom and residence hall presentations on a variety of psychological subjects.
Want to learn more about yourself on your own? Our site has a number of on-line assessment instruments that you can access from your own computer, including career exploration and assessing your level of depression, anxiety, eating concerns, posttraumatic stress, and substance use.
Counseling and Psychological Services is committed to providing services that are sensitive to human diversity in age, race, gender, ethnicity, nationality, religious and moral beliefs, sexual orientation, socio-economic background, and ability. We endeavor to treat all students, staff, and faculty with the utmost concern and respect, and we continually work to enhance our multicultural competence and our ability to be effective allies to diverse communities on campus. CAPS maintains collaborative working relationships with the Multicultural Student Services, the Women's Center, LGBT Resource Center, Student Disability Service, and other campus offices.