A student may also request to interview a counselor or request that a counselor respond (in writing or in a phone consultation) to a series of questions pertaining to a class assignment or newspaper article. Such requests are subject to counselor availability.
Workshops & PresentationsPerspective
CAPS practices from a wellness perspective and supports the University's mission to develop the whole person.
CAPS recommends, especially for fall quarter, programs dealing with adjustment and transitions, relationships (including alcohol and sexuality), body image, and diversity. These are issues that if addressed early on in the year can prevent more serious problems from developing.
Please contact CAPS to learn more about our workshops, which include but are not limited to those listed below. We are happy to tailor a workshop to meet your organization's needs.
- Anger management
- Body image
- CAPS services
- Relationship issues
- Stress management
- Test anxiety
- Time management
We offer educational programming for student organizations, the residential learning communities (RLCs), university and academic departments on a number of topics, such as, adjusting to college, conflict resolution, diversity, crisis intervention, sexual assault, sexual violence, grief and loss, stress management and many more. The Cowell Center can also facilitate debriefings in a variety of settings following a campus tragedy, such as death of a student or death of a faculty member.