CAPS offers a number of undergraduate and graduate groups. Starting dates for the groups vary, but typically begin 3 to 5 weeks after the start of the semester. Groups are free for U of M students. The article provides links to videos with some information on each group.
Counseling & Psychological Services (CAPS) continues to lead efforts to increase student suicide awareness and education through the do something: Stop Student Suicide initiative.
In order to reduce the silence and the mystery that surrounds suicide, we offer these three videos, featuring knowledgeable voices, focused on what contributes to thoughts of suicide among our UM students and more importantly, how you can respond.
CAPS is proud to support our Greek Community for their ongoing efforts around mental health.
Recent efforts were highlighted in a recent announcment from Shannon Cohen, Interim Associate Director of Greek Life and Panhellenic Advisor.
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.
In 2014, Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) embarked on a new way of effectively and efficiently distributing mental health services for students across the schools and colleges by creating a community-based model - placing CAPS clinicians inside some of the schools and colleges, known as the embedded model. CAPS counselors are now placed in 8 different Schools and Colleges at UM.
Find more information (including CAPS Embedded Staff, Confidentiality, and more) about the Embedded Model HERE.