The 辅导及心理服务 (CAPS) office provides confidential personal counseling, consultation and problem-solving to enrolled CIA students. Our goal is to help you achieve your educational goals and to address problems that may get in the way of your success.
学生来CAPS有很多原因, 包括压力管理, 改善人际关系, 生命转换, 家庭事务, 并寻求治疗焦虑的方法, 抑郁症, 注意力缺陷多动症, 物质使用问题, 或者其他心理健康问题.
准备好开始了? 请致电845-905-4241或发电子邮件至 firstname.lastname@example.org.
Not sure if counseling (also called therapy) is for you? Just need some quick advice, or need to tell us about a friend you’re worried about? 如果是这样的话, you are welcome to make a consultation appointment with one of our therapists without becoming a client. 在这次简短的会议中, you will be informed about confidentiality and may be given suggestions or feedback, 告诉我该找谁, and/or encouraged to make an appointment for on-going counseling.
We provide short-term, solution-focused therapy to all enrolled CIA students. 学生们跟我们谈了很多问题, 无法适应中情局的生活, 管理/友谊关系, working more effectively with chefs or classmates to 抑郁症, 焦虑, 还有自杀的念头. Many students think that since their concerns aren’t as “important” as those of other students, 他们不应该进来. We are here to help all students with their concerns, so please don’t hesitate.
When you meet with a CAPS therapist for the first time, you will be asked to complete initial paperwork prior to your first session. During an initial consultation with a therapist you will have a chance to talk about the concerns you wish to address and be asked questions related to many areas of your life. 根据所提供的信息, the therapist will make recommendations that may include individual therapy, 进一步评估, or referral to other services on- or off-campus. Some students find that the initial consultation meets their needs and require no further services.
We are available daily, Monday through Friday, to intervene in crisis and urgent situations. If a student thinks they need an urgent appointment during business hours (周一至周五上午9点.m.–5 p.m.), they are asked to leave a message on our voicemail at 845-905-4241 and indicate this need. If they are in crisis, students should reach out to their RA, RD, or Security.
A CAPS therapist is on-call for emergency after-hours support seven days a week, 上课的时候.
Outside of our regular office hours or in the event of a mental health emergency, you may request assistance through Campus Safety at 845-451-1111. 如果需要，他们将能够联系CAPS.
通过外展计划和培训, CAPS offers the expertise of our therapists to help enhance the CIA community. 学生可以在迎新时看到我们, in the Professional and Life Skills (PLS) class and at various other events on campus.
CAPS offers a variety of outreach and training programs designed to enhance the lives and learning experiences of students, 教师, 管理员, 和工作人员. Workshops and presentations on a wide range of topics related to mental health, 健康, and student life are available throughout the year based on staff availability. CAPS welcomes requests from students, 管理员, 教师, 和工作人员. If you are interested in having one of our clinicians facilitate a presentation, 请致电845-905-4241与我们联系. Please note: In order to give our staff enough time to schedule and prepare the presentation, 请提前三周通知. If less time is given, the request may be difficult to fulfill.
If you require services beyond the scope of what we can provide or would prefer to receive treatment off-campus, 我们会将您推荐给社区提供者. Not sure how to find the right provider for you? 查看我们的推荐流程讲义.
*Please note that this should not be construed as an endorsement of any particular mental health provider/service.*
We recommend that you contact your insurance company for information about your benefits and coverage. Once you log on to your online insurance portal, you will see a Find a Provider option. You can choose that to find mental health professionals in the area who take your insurance.
This website has a robust listing of local therapists, 精神科医生, 组, 治疗设施. 去 www.psychologytoday.com and use the drop-down options on the menu bar to access their directory.
*Please note that this should not be construed as an endorsement of any particular mental health provider/service on 今日心理学.*
This is an online space dedicated to encouraging the mental 健康 of Black women and girls. There are great resources including a directory of local therapists: www.therapyforblackgirls.com.
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