Counseling and Psychological Services
University of Hartford’s Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) provides a range of short-term counseling and psychological services to the University community. Services are available to full-time undergraduate students at no additional cost. Part-time and graduate students may utilize CAPS services for a nominal fee.
Our services include individual, group, and couples counseling. Of course, there are times when a student's service requests or treatment needs extend beyond that of which CAPS can offer. In such instances, CAPS counselors will assist students in identifying referrals to off-campus providers or programs that can provide these services. CAPS does not provide court-mandated or court-ordered treatment or assessment.
CAPS staff also provides training, outreach, and consultation to University faculty and staff.
Meet with a therapist for a confidential initial consultation.Learn More
Is your UHart student considering counseling? As a parent, you can learn about our services and policies.Learn more
As a faculty or staff member, you are often one of the first encounter a student in need. Here are a few resources on how you can help a student in distress.Learn more
Graduate Training Program
CAPS has a longstanding commitment to the training and development of mental health professionals who are pursuing advanced degrees. We offer masters and doctoral-level training opportunities for psychology and social work graduate students.