Welcome to CAPS Individual Peer Counseling! Individual Peer Counseling (IPC) is an initiative designed to offer a new way to meet the needs of students across the University of Michigan. IPC aims to support student mental health needs that may be more appropriate for individual peer to peer support. The program offers students the opportunity to meet with peers who are trained by the professional staff at UM’s Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS). The IPC program connects students with someone of a similar age and lifestyle who can serve as a resource or simply someone to talk to. While Peer Counselors will keep all information private, IPC is not a substitute for confidential therapy provided by a licensed mental health CAPS staff member.
SPRING/SUMMER UPDATE: PEER COUNSELING WILL RETURN IN FALL 2022. PEER COUNSELING IS NOT OFFERED OVER SPRING/SUMMER.
What our Peer Counselors offer and can a Peer Counselor help you?
Benefits of peer counseling
How to schedule a meeting with a Peer Counselor?
Meet the Peer Counselors
We invite you to check out the PC Team below. All Peer Counselors have gone through training and participate in weekly supervision facilitated by CAPS Staff.