Individual counseling is available for UH students who are seeking assistance with personal concerns. Common client concerns include: depression, anxiety, stress, interpersonal conflict, identity, trauma recovery, career indecision. Couples counseling is available to UH students. Their partners do not need to be affiliated with UH. CAPS clinicians work from a brief therapy model and tailor treatment plans to meet specific goals. Fees for individual and couples counseling are offered at a significantly subsidized rate and vary depending on the services rendered. Please see the fee schedule for more information.
In case of imminent danger call 911. An individual experiencing a crisis can come to CAPS at any time during office hours and receive an in-person evaluation. In the event of an after-hours crisis, call the University of Houston Department of Public Safety at (713) 743-3333 and ask to be transferred to the "Clinician on Call."
CAPS offers a number of same-day appointments that are given out on a first-come, first-serve basis. Individuals with urgent concerns are encouraged to call us at the beginning of the business day and schedule one of these same-day appointments. Please let our front desk staff know that you have an urgent concern and we will make every effort to work you in for an appointment. If it is after business hours and you are in imminent crisis, please call 911 or one of the following numbers: MHMRA at 713-970-7000, Crisis Intervention of Houston at 713-468-5463 or UH Department of Public Safety: (713)743–3333 and ask to be transferred to the on-call clinician.