Serving the Mental Health Needs of FGCU Students
Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) is the main source of mental health support and therapy services on campus.
Our center is fully accredited by the International Accreditation of Counseling Services, Inc. and most of our services are covered for students who are enrolled in the current semester and/or who have already paid health fees for the current academic term. Unfortunately, we cannot provide services for students who are not enrolled in the current semester, alumni, faculty, or staff.
CAPS is open and available to support our FGCU community.
CAPS is open 8:00am - 5:00pm, Monday-Friday. Summer office hours are 9:00am-4:00pm, and closed for lunch 12:00pm-12:30pm, Monday-Friday. We are available by phone 239-590-7950to schedule appointments, learn about our groups, or answer questions about our services.
We are located on the 3rd floor of the Student and Community Counseling Center, stop by our office to establish services,or email us at email@example.com for more information.
- You must bring your Eagle ID with you for all appointments.
- Missed appointments not canceled at least 24 hours ahead of the appointment time are subject to a no-show fee.
- Face masks are optional in common areas. Individual providers may require masks inside their offices.
- We offer telehealth and in person appointments.
Make an appointment
Appointments usually last about an hour, so to get started:
Call CAPS 239-590-7950 or stop by our office.
Have your student ID available.
You will be asked to provide a few details so we may assist you.
We now have a Virtual Front Desk!
Send us an encrypted message for general inquires or scheduling needs.
General questions about CAPS services and offerings?
Looking to reschedule with your provider?
Interested in requesting other services?
If you feel like you may be in danger of hurting yourself or others, call 911 or go
to the nearest hospital.
If you are an FGCU student in immediate distress outside of normal business hours (evenings, weekends, and holidays) who would like to speak with a mental health professional can call the CAPS crisis line: 239-745-EARS (3277).
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Mental Health Screening
If you are concerned about your own mental health, we offer anonymous screenings for depression, anxiety, substance abuse or other issues from any computer or smart device. If your concerns are more general, we recommend that you take the following screening questionnaire as it provides an overall picture of mental health:
If you find yourself struggling with more specific concerns (i.e. Anxiety, Depression, etc.), we recommend navigating to the following link which offers several different screening questionnaires with a specific focus:
Counseling and Psychological Services is proud to announce our Counseling Center Referral System.
Our online Community Provider Database allows you to input information that will assist you in finding a mental health provider suitable to your needs. We have offered inclusion in this database to all local providers. Other than confirming the good standing of their license to practice in the state of Florida, CAPS in no way endorses any specific provider and each provider is responsible for ensuring the accuracy of their listing.
This system will also allow counseling service providers in the community to join our growing network of associated providers that desire to work with FGCU students, faculty, and staff.
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