We are here for you and we care!
We are still accepting new clients who are eligible for our services.
During the COVID-19 emergency, CAPS will continue to offer most services through telehealth. This requires that you have a device with a stable internet connection and webcam, as well as the ability to hold sessions in a private location while you are alone. If you do not have the appropriate technology, we can conduct telehealth by phone, although video conference is preferred. We will work with you to find a safe and appropriate way to connect.
CAPS Eagle Mental Health Care Package: Coping with COVID-19 & Beyond
CAPS Cares about our student population as well as our fellow coworkers at FGCU. At CAPS, we want to provide our FGCU family with ways to cope and stay healthy mentally as well as physically through this COVID-19 Crisis and Beyond. Please click on the link provided to get helpful tips and strategies on topics such as Self-Compassion, Mindfulness, Physical Wellness, Stress Management, Campus Resources, Social Connectedness, Routines and more.
The CAPS Team is here for our community!
Students, Faculty and Staff
CAPS Staff is available for consultation and to offer support and guidance to the
entire University community. Call our front desk to request a consultation (239)
590-7950 to request to speak with a CAPS director or clinician.
Follow our YouTube page for mental health tips and topics. Follow us on Facebook or Instagram for information and inspiration.
New & Returning Clients
Students who have never been to CAPS before or who have not been to CAPS since the Fall 2019 semester or before can call Client Services at (239) 590-7950 to ask questions and get started.
Be prepared with your UIN and times of availability to schedule a 90-minute initial contact.
Please read this LETTER from our Senior Director, Dr. Jon Brunner.
LGBTQ+ how to: Survive social distancing Resource Guide
We recognize everyone’s circumstances are different. You may have a tremendous support system where you are located, and you may not. We hope this guide on how to survive social distancing for LGBT+ community members can provide you with some support, belonging, and validation. Read our guide