Health, Healing, Hope

Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)

UCLA Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) supports students' mental health needs as they pursue their academic goals. Services include crisis counseling, emergency intervention, individual counseling and psychotherapy, group therapy, psychiatric evaluation and treatment, psychoeducational programs and workshops for students, staff and faculty, and campus mental health and wellness promotion.

General Info

Mondays through Fridays 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Online On Campus John Wooden Center West, 221 Westwood Plaza
Undergraduate Graduate & Professional

Contact Info

(310) 825-0768


CAPS is committed to supporting your health, healing, and hope, especially during challenging times.

General Information

  • Services - Individual Therapy, Group Therapy, Psychiatry Services, Insurance Consultations, Specialty Services, Drop-in Hours, Satellite Clinics, Community Provider Database, Workshops & Trainings
  • Make an Appointment - Find out how to get started with CAPS and schedule an appointment.
  • Eligibility and Fees - Learn about the costs of treatment through CAPS for students with and without UC-Ship, as well as the costs for late cancellations and missed appointments.
  • Satellite Clinics - Discover a variety of different mental health resources available around campus available to eligible students, such as in the department of engineering, as well as athletics.
  • Drop-In Hours - Learn about free, confidential, brief consultations for UCLA undergraduate and graduate students offered during drop-in hours.
  • Workshops and Trainings - Schedule a workshop surrounding a variety of topics including suicide, an introduction to CAPS, and more.


Faculty & Staff - While CAPS remains a resource for enrolled students, the UCLA Staff & Faculty Counseling Center have mental health services and resources available through Campus Human Resources.