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PLEASE NOTE: Fall undergraduate courses will begin on Tuesday, August 25. Information and FAQs are available on the Return to Grounds website and the Fall 2020 Student Resource website, which will be updated frequently.

All events on Grounds are cancelled until at least August 15.

Embedded Services

In addition to the CAPS' main office on the first floor of the Elson Student Health Center, therapists are also available to undergraduate and graduate students at designated schools. These remote offices provide convenience and accessibility to students, faculty, and staff within these schools. Students also remain eligible for all services available at the CAPS' main office, including emergency services, psychiatric services, and group therapy. Each of the embedded CAPS therapists make every effort to maintain student confidentiality and will not share any clinical information with another academic or administrative office without a signed consent. Each embedded therapist is a confidential employee and therefore not mandated to report sexual assault information to the University.

    Darden School of Business

    Dr. Debbie Wilson is the CAPS psychologist at Darden, and her office is located in the Darden Faculty Office Building (FOB), Room 134.

    • Appointments: You may schedule an initial appointment with Dr. Wilson by calling CAPS at 434-243-5150 and notifying the receptionist that you enrolled at Darden. Your initial meeting will typically occur in-person and last 60 minutes.
    • Open Office Hours: Dr. Wilson has standing open office hours on Fridays from 10 -1 1:30am for unscheduled meetings with students needing immediate attention or faculty and staff who wish to consult on concerning situations. If you are in crisis or experiencing an emergency, please call 434-243-5150 or go to the CAPS' main office during working hours.
    • Community Connection and Outreach: Dr. Wilson welcomes opportunities to meet with student groups, faculty, and staff. You can email her if you would like to arrange a presentation or program for your organization or class.

    McIntire School of Commerce

    Erin Tracy, Ph.D. is the CAPS psychologist at the McIntire School of Commerce, and her office is located within the Student Services Office on the first floor of Rouss-Robertson Hall. Students check in for their scheduled appointments at the Student Services Office reception area.

    • Appointments: You may schedule an initial appointment with Dr. Tracy by calling CAPS at 434-243-5150 and notifying the receptionist that you enrolled at the McIntire School of Commerce. Your initial meeting will typically occur in-person and last 60 minutes. If you are in crisis or experiencing an emergency, please call 434-243-5150 or go to the CAPS main office during working hours.
    • Community Connection and Outreach: Dr. Tracy welcomes opportunities to meet with student groups, faculty, and staff. You can email her if you would like to arrange a presentation or program for your organization or class.

    The School of Engineering and Applied Science

    Liz Ramirez-Weaver, LCSW, is the CAPS bilingual (Spanish/English) psychotherapist at the School of Engineering and Applied Science, and her office is located in Thornton Hall, A-wing 2nd level, Room 205B (directly across from the Stacks study room and next to the Rodman room.)

    • Appointments: You may schedule an initial appointment with Ms. Ramirez-Weaver by calling the CAPS main number, 434-243-5150 and notifying the receptionist that you are enrolled at the School of Engineering and Applied Science. Your initial meeting will typically occur in-person and last approximately 20-60 minutes. If you are in crisis or experiencing an emergency, please call 434-243-5150 or go to the CAPS' main office during working hours.
    • Community Connection and Outreach: Ms. Ramirez-Weaver welcomes opportunities to meet with student groups, faculty, and staff. You can email her if you would like to arrange a presentation or program for your organization or class.

    The School of Law

    Dr. Kate Gibson is the CAPS psychologist at the School of Law, and her office is in SL135(c) on the ground floor of Slaughter Hall within the Karsh Student Services Center area.

    • Appointments: You may schedule an initial appointment with Dr. Gibson by emailing her or calling CAPS at 434-243-5150 and notifying the receptionist that you are enrolled at the School of Law. Your initial meeting will typically occur in-person and last 30-45 minutes.
    • Open Office Hours: Dr. Gibson has a standing open office hour Mondays through Fridays from 2pm-3pm for unscheduled meetings with students needing immediate attention or faculty and staff who wish to consult on concerning situations . If you are in crisis or experiencing an emergency, please call 434-243-5150 or go to the CAPS' main office during working hours.
    • Community Connection and Outreach: Dr. Gibson welcomes opportunities to meet with student groups, faculty, and staff. You can email her if you would like to arrange a presentation or program for your organization or class.