Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)

  • IU Health Center 4th Floor
  • For questions or to make an appointment (812) 855-5711
CAPS' MULTICULTURAL OUTREACH INITIATIVES 2015-2016

caps multicultural outreach intitatives

During the past academic year the Diversity Outreach Team participated in, consulted about or initiated over 120 events on campus serving over 2100 students. The following are a few examples of the DOT’s work:

  • Smoking Cessation Programs for International Students
  • Mental Health Information to Various Underserved Student Groups on Campus
  • Umoja Day Neal Marshal Black Cultural Center (NMBCC)
  • Asian Cultural Center (ACC) Asian Fair and Welcome Reception
  • NMBCC Midweek House Parties
  • Groups Scholars Program
  • Baba Ashra Kwesi’s Presentation on African Consciousness
  • Pre-Counseling at the Asian Counseling Center
  • My Brothers’ / Sisters’ Keeper Support Groups at NMBCC
  • Dr. Joy Degruy’s Presentation of Post Traumatic Slave Syndrome
  • A Critical Conversation on the Death of Joseph Smedley
  • Tough Topics in Safe Spaces

DOT Team:

  • Jessica David
  • Keino Miller
  • Nelson Zounlome
  • Yue Li
  • Shao Li
  • Shu-Yi Wang
  • Cherie Adams
  • Jie Cui
  • Huabing Liu
  • Jacks Cheng
  • Paola Hernandez Baron
  • Ciemone Easter-Rose
  • Muhammad Saahir
  • Shelena Davis
  • Paul Toth

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You may find a copy of our summer 2016 groups / workshops' schedule here.

Talk to someone who cares.

At CAPS, we work with thousands of IU Bloomington students each year. While our well-trained staff are prepared to handle serious mental health crises, we also offer support for students who are looking for an opportunity to discuss problems with someone they can trust. Some of the problems we treat include: 

  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Relationship issues
  • Sexual assault
  • Feelings of inadequacy
  • Substance abuse
  • Difficulty adjusting to college

We offer individual, group, and couples counseling.

 Your treatment will depend on your situation. You may meet one-on-one with a counselor. Or you might join an ongoing therapy group where you can hear from people going through the same things you are. Most students find that four to five sessions are enough to make real improvements.

Treatment is confidential, it's affordable, and it works.

Two counseling sessions per semester are available at no charge when you pay your IU Health Fee. Additional visits are available at a low cost.

CAPS for Everyone