Due to the rapidly evolving university response to the COVID-19 outbreak, Center for Health and Wellbeing Services may continue to change in the coming days. Please see our Updated Services COVID-19 page.
Counseling and Psychiatry Services (CAPS)
Counseling and Psychiatry Services provides mental health care at the University of Vermont. CAPS offers supports and services to help you cope and thrive at UVM.
This is the front door to services. Call and connect with a counselor to make a plan about your mental health care.
Short-term, one-on-one appointments with counselors on campus. These are booked after a phone triage appointment.
Short-term or semester-long groups to explore a wide range of topics, such as grief and loss, body positivity, anxiety management, and graduate student support groups.
Psychiatric evaluations and ongoing medication management. These services are not covered by the UVM student health fee.
Get referrals and support to connect with resources and services off-campus.
A curated list of counselors near UVM through The Shrink Space.
Let's Talk Drop-in Counseling and Workshops
One-on-one conversations with a counselor in locations across campus. No appointment needed and first come, first served.
Drop-in workshops to help you build coping skills, resiliency, and build radical self-care practices.
Counseling and Psychiatry Services staff consult with UVM faculty, staff, and student groups to improve the UVM environment and experience for students.