Wondering how CAPS counselors are personally handling COVID-19? In part 3 of this video series, they’ll speak to you about how they’re doing and talk about topics that may be helpful to you during these times.

Kevin Rowland, LMSW, CAPS Case Manager, talks about what being a case manager means and what it’s been like for him navigating the ups and downs of feelings and emotional challenges that have come up during COVID-19.
Maggie Gibbs, LMSW, CAPS Case Manager, introduces an essential emotion regulation skill, wise mind, to help you learn to lean into a state of mindful, compassionate awareness of your emotions.
Join Valerie McGuinness, LCSW, CAPS Therapist, for a short discussion on the grief process and how it may look different during this time of social distancing.

#CAPSCares and is here for you!

During this time, CAPS staff remains actively engaged in supporting the mental health needs of the UGA community in a variety of ways. Please explore our updated CAPS: Self Care page, as we have included a robust list of new resources to help you navigate what’s going on. We will continue to update this page as more resources become available.

In addition, find FREE virtual wellness and prevention classes, clinics, and tools hosted by the University Health Center at BeWellUGA at Home.

Students seeking CAPS services, please call 706-542-2273, M-F, 8am-5pm.

For after hours crisis, please call 706-542-2200.

Written by: UHC CAPS