U-M Counseling and Psychological Services

Sexualized Violence

Sexual violence does not discriminate. Both survivors and perpetrators come from all genders, cultures, races, ethnicities, sexual orientations, socio-economic status, and religions. Sexual violence is defined as any unwanted sexual contact or interaction and can include:


Imposter Syndrome at UM

The Michigan Daily surveyed 400 students with a focus on imposter syndrome.  The survey looked at how UM students compare themselves to others in relation to intelligence.  In THIS ARTICLE, Dr. Christine Asidao was featured as an expert from CAPS.


Support For Students Impacted By Campus Climate Concerns

As an agency, Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) remains committed to the celebration and promotion of diversity in all its forms. We condemn oppression in every form and work to provide a safe, welcoming and affirming environment for all persons. Creating and sustaining a welcoming campus climate requires mutual respect for all. And that means discrimination and harassment are not acceptable at the University of Michigan. At CAPS, we remain committed to affirming inclusivity, value, and belonging of all students.


CAPS Temporary Location

While the Student Union is being renovated, you can find CAPS at the Tappan Auxiliary Building (609 Tappan Street).  

The staff and services are the same, just a temporary new location for the year.  

If you need additional help finding us, feel free to call 734-764-8312.


CAPS now on Mcard

A recent article on the UM Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion web page has featured CAPS efforts to increase mental health support on campus.  Every student receives an Mcard to serve as their UM ID card for their career here at U of M.  Now, the Mcard has CAPS After Hours Information on the back.  


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Monday - Thursday: 8am-7pm
Friday: 8am-5pm
Saturday & Sunday: Closed
 

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