Make an Appointment

Make an appointment with healing

If you would like to make an appointment with us, come to the Counseling and Psychological Services office to complete initial paperwork and schedule your first appointment. After you meet with a staff member, we will make recommendations for treatment based on your unique concerns.

If you are in crisis or require immediate support for concerns such as suicidal thoughts, difficulty completing daily tasks, or a recent event that threatens your safety or that of others, we also offer same-day walk-in appointments. CAPS staff is available 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday. For after-hours crisis management, call 911 or contact one of these crisis services.

If your concerns are outside our scope or practice, or we are not able to meet your needs in a timely manner, we will provide case management services to assist you in connecting with a provider in the community. If you would like to look at local resources on your own, check out the IUPUI Thriving Campus Provider List. (Please note that these are not referrals or endorsements but places you can start.)

Relationship violence prevention and response

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If you are a victim of sexual assault or relationship violence, we encourage you to contact the assistant director of relationship violence prevention and response directly at saadv@iupui.edu or 317-274-5715. Learn more about how they can help at Advocacy and Resources.

Based on satisfaction surveys, more than 55 percent of clients said CAPS services helped them remain enrolled at IUPUI, and better than 65 percent said those services had a positive impact on their academic performance.

Get to know us

The CAPS staff includes licensed psychologists, mental health counselors, clinical social workers, and graduate students in clinical mental health training programs. Graduate students are supervised by licensed senior staff.

Meet the staff