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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.

Psychiatric Services

Students participating in individual or group psychotherapy at CAPS may also be referred for psychiatric services at CAPS. Psychiatric care is provided in a collaborative treatment model, which means that care is closely coordinated with CAPS-affiliated providers. A psychiatric evaluation includes a full assessment of current symptoms, concerns, and functioning, as well as past medical and psychological history, personal history, and any relevant treatment history.

If a student is prescribed medication, the psychiatric provider will meet with them on an ongoing basis for follow-up care. The student is responsible for making and keeping regular appointments. Once psychotherapy at CAPS concludes, CAPS staff will assist students in connecting with psychiatric providers in the community. Students who choose not to engage in psychotherapy at CAPS will be connected with psychiatric resources in the community.

Click here for CAPS FAQs, which include questions about ADHD medications and refills.