Learning to take care of your mental health prepares you for a lifetime of overall
well-being. Our professional counseling staff supports students as they learn skills to reach
their full potential.
Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) provides a wealth of services and is free for any degree-seeking student.
New at CAPS
In an effort to provide quicker access to services, CAPS will be making some changes this semester. Our new model of care will allow for same-day access to 30-minute appointments on a first-come, first-served basis. Follow-up sessions will be tailored to meet students' needs. Our services will continue to include group and individual therapy and referrals when appropriate. As always, crisis appointments are available as needed.
Make an Appointment
Call our office (616.395.7945) during regular business hours to schedule a time to speak to a CAPS staff counselor.
CAPS is open Monday through Friday, 9 a.m.–12 p.m. and 1 p.m.–5 p.m.
When the CAPS office is not open, there is a crisis on-call service available for students who are in significant distress, especially those who are concerned about the potential of harming themselves or someone else. To access the on-call service, call 616.395.7770 and request the CAPS on-call counselor.
In the case of an emergency in which an individual's safety has already been compromised, call 911.
Many students experience personal, relational, spiritual, social or academic difficulties they cannot fully resolve on their own. We offer tools to help you:
- Address personal problems that interfere with academic success
- Adjust to college life, pressures and changes
- Resolve life crises that threaten success in college
- Explore questions of faith and how that impacts daily living
- Cope with problems which stem from medical or physical concerns
- Provide referral for medication evaluation
- Succeed in college while coping with mental illness
Our team provides individual and group therapy for students, orientation for parents, training for faculty and staff, and stress-reducing events during exam weeks.
Would you like to know more? Call our office (616.395.7945) to schedule a time to speak to a CAPS staff counselor. After a few initial questions, you'll hear about opportunities and work with our professional team to determine next steps.
Bultman Student Center115 East 12th StreetSuite 203Holland, MI 49423