CAPS offers one-on-one online therapy sessions to graduate students through private video sessions with a counselor. We are only authorized to provide virtual visits to students in the states of Indiana or Illinois at the time of the session. If you are not in one of these states, we have partnered with The Shrink Space, an online referral database, to assist you with identifying resources in your area.
To make an appointment call 812-855-5711.Learn about Virtual Visits
CAPS offers a variety of support groups each semester, with free options and pay-per-session options. Some of these are specifically for graduate students, including a Dissertation Support group, Healthy Connections group, Healthy Relationships group, Queer Space group and an Empowering Students of Color group. All our groups are currently meeting online via Zoom. To join an online group, you must be referred by a CAPS counselor and be physically located in Indiana when participating in the session.
To make an appointment with a counselor call 812-855-5711.View our complete group schedule
CAPS offers a number of free workshops each semester. These aren’t group counseling sessions-they’re more like a class led by CAPS counselors. Workshops include topics like mindfulness. All of our workshops are now meeting online.View our workshop schedule
Workshops on-demandView our recorded workshops
Several popular CAPS workshops have been recorded and are now available on our website. Each video lasts 30-45 minutes and is full of useful info and strategies you can start using immediately to create change. Grab a piece of paper and pen, because each online workshop includes questions and activities for you to complete, so you can get the most out of them.
CAPS has several counselors embedded with academic units across campus including:
- O’Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs
- Jacobs School of Music
- School of Optometry
These counselors provide the same individual counseling services as the main office, to schedule an appointment with one of these program-specific counselors, call 812-855-5711.
Are you interested in self-care? CAPS offers WellTrack, an online app that is free for all IUB students, including those enrolled in graduate programs. It is designed to help you understand your mental health and provide you with tolls use you can use to help you identify, understand and address issues like stress, resiliency, anxiety and/or depression. WellTrack is a self-guided and interactive way to manage your well-being.Learn about WellTrack
Explore our collection of online resources for mental health support and stress reduction techniques. Includes information on topics such as:
We’re continually building our library, so if you don’t see what you’re looking for right now, be sure to check back.View psychological health and stress reduction tips