While you are working to achieve your academic goals, sometimes life can get in the way. Our highly trained, compassionate counselors are available to offer brief support in order to help you succeed academically and with personal development. All counseling at CAPS is free and confidential - your privacy is protected by law.
If you are interested in couples counseling, and are currently in individual counseling, or have been in the past academic year, please contact your counselor directly and he or she will initiate a referral. If you are new to CAPS and are interested in couples counseling, please follow the steps explained above.
If you or someone you know is experiencing an emergency, please call 541-737-7000 on campus or 911 off campus.
During your consultation, you may be scheduled to return for a first appointment (for individual or couples therapy). If you are scheduled for a first appointment, plan to arrive 20-30 minutes early since there will be forms to complete before seeing the counselor. Email/text reminders for CAPS appointments indicate the time at which you should check in. The forms you'll complete include information for you to read about CAPS services, your contact information, as well as information about yourself and why you are seeking counseling. This first session will provide you with the opportunity to talk confidentially with a counselor about your immediate concerns. Some people meet their counseling goals in a single session, while others may be seen for a few, or participate in one of our many groups. The counselor will work with you to formulate an action plan specific to you.
The cost for services at CAPS are fully covered by student fees that are automatically assessed with quarterly tuition for on-campus classes. Ecampus students wishing to receive counseling services can opt to have the health & counseling fee billed to their student account (this is not required for the initial consultaiton). The front desk staff at CAPS can assist with this.