Counseling and Psychological Services

Are You in Crisis? 

If you need immediate help, please contact one of these resources: 

SUU Police
National Suicide Lifeline
Or text 838255
Free 24/7 support
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About CAPS

Purpose Scope of Practice


We help SUU students achieve their educational, career and personal goals. We understand that students' first priority is to successfully earn a degree and we are here to assist them in addressing the stress and conflicts that may distract them from achieving their full potential. CAPS is staffed with experienced licensed mental health professionals including psychologists, social workers, and mental health counselors who work with students to reduce the interference of everyday stress and also treat more serious conditions.

CAPS regular services include individual counseling, couples, counseling, group counseling and workshops, and biofeedback.

**Please be advised that the staff of the Counseling and Psychological Services Office do NOT maintain 24-hour access to phone calls and/or email. If this is an after hours emergency, please use one or more of the following resources : 1) Call 911, 2) Call Campus Police at (435) 586-1911, 3) Go to the nearest emergency room.**

Spring 2024 Services

Open and Available for Services!
Reception Hours:

Monday thru Friday: 9:00AM-4:00PM 

*Please note: we are closed on all University holidays.

CAPS will continue to offer group, individual counseling, and crisis services.  We are currently working towards a hybrid based model where services will be a mix between in-person and teletherapy depending on counselor and student preference. For more information, please contact our front desk at (435) 865-8621.

*For both legal and ethical reasons, CAPS is only able to provide services for those in the state of Utah.