Welcome to Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) at CSP
To help support our students, there is now a CAPS counselor conveniently located within CSP. The embedded CAPS counselor is available to provide supportive mental health services for CSP students as well as information about additional forms of support, when needed. The counselor is available by appointment only. All services are free and confidential.
Short-term individual therapy services are available for currently enrolled U-M students within the Comprehensive Studies Program.
Email Ebony Watson at email@example.com to request an initial consultation.
Typical reasons for seeking counseling may include:
- Relationship issues
- Academic concerns
- Family concerns
- Adjustment difficulties
Who can use CAPS in CSP?
Currently enrolled CSP students can use CAPS at CSP.
Can I still use Central CAPS resources?
Yes. It is also an option for CSP students to seek services at the main CAPS offices. These services include crisis support, consultation, group therapy, and individual therapy.
The office is located at:
Tappan Street Auxiliary Building
609 Tappan St
Ann Arbor MI 48109
Need Help with an Urgent Mental Health Concern?
- After Business Hours: (734) 764-8312 (Press 0)
UM CAPS offers after hours support to any UM student or any person concerned about a UM student. You will have the option to leave a message or to Press 0 to speak to a licensed mental health professional. This is an extension of Counseling and Psychological Services and can assist a caller in any mental health crisis situation. Counselors can also assist callers in accessing CAPS or other campus resources. When appropriate, CAPS staff will follow up with the caller on the next business day.
- During Business Hours: Stop In or Call (734) 764-8312
- Urgent Walk-In Services Available at CAPS (Tappan Street Auxiliary Building)
If you need emergency assistance, please call 911 or go to your nearest emergency room.
Local 24-Hour Hotlines
UM Psychiatric Emergency Services: (734) 996-4747
UM Sexual Assault Prevention and Awareness: (734) 936-3333
Department of Public Safety: (734) 963-1131