Resources

Common Concerns and Self-Help Tools

The information we provide are for self-help purposes only and are not intended to replace professional consultation or treatment.  If you are in need of more assistance, please visit or call our office (239-590-7950) during business hours. CAPS inclusion of links to other websites does not imply endorsement of content on, or affiliation with, those websites. 

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Video Presentations

Managing Test Anxiety

Understanding Psychotropic Medications

Tips to Overcome Social Anxiety

Nutrition and Mental Health

Interpersonal Communication Overview

Interpersonal Communication Presentation

Holistic Approach

Getting Healthy Sleep

Asperger's On Campus

Career Counseling

 
 

CAPS on Camera

CAPS on Camera features a variety of videos that range from clinical, to informative, to just plain fun.  Our staff is here to provide support to those in our community who are looking to gain knowledge of different mental health issues and identify applicable skills in navigating difficult life situations.  Take from this channel what you find appropriate to your current situation, and don’t forget to have fun along the way.

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Additional Resources


ARISE

Assault and Rape Information, Support, and Education, a CAPS initiative for survivors of sexual violence. 

Learn about resources for physical and mental health care, on- and off-campus supports, reporting options, and how to support someone who has experienced sexual violence.  Learn More


Local Resources for Substance abuse

 

Local AA:

On-Campus Meeting: Thursdays, 7:30pm, SCCC 1st floor conference room (end of the hall on the left)
Lee County AA meetings
Local NA:
NA Gulf Coast Meetings

Rehab Links Fort Myers (for the exact location search)

Rehab Links

Free Apps (for androids and iphones): Recovery Record, Stay Quit

Local and Statewide Resource Guide for Transgender, Non-Binary, and Gender Expansive Students

We have created a list of resources that includes information on Trans-specific and Trans-affirming healthcare (including primary care, hormone therapy, surgery, mental health), emergency services, electrolysis/hair removal, salons/barbers, healthcare scholarships, product resources, support groups, social groups, voice coaching, health insurance, and welcoming places of worship.

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For more information, to offer feedback on any of the providers listed, or if you have questions about the guide, please contact Dr. Katherine Cascio

 


 

Relationship Assessments

Being a student can be a very demanding, but fulfilling experience. This can be especially true when a student is in a committed relationship. At times you may feel that your relationship is working harmoniously with your life, or you may find the relationship causes additional stressors. Trying to fill the two roles in your life can often be confusing and frustrating. Take a moment and choose a quiz to find out more about how your relationship is doing.

  • Communication Quiz

  • Healthy Relationship Quiz

  • Abusive Relationship Quiz

  • Conflict Quiz

  • Break Up Quiz