Counseling and Psychological Services Center

College is a time of growth and transition. No matter your age, life circumstances, ability level, or preparation, college can feel overwhelming.

Students seek personal counseling for a multitude of reasons: a personal crisis, relationship problems, family issues, depression, stress, alcohol/drug problems, eating disorders, etc. Students also seek counseling for personal growth and to further develop their strengths. Recognizing the impact that personal concerns can have on academic performance, Spalding provides confidential personal counseling services to students.

Services include individual, couples, family and group counseling; crisis intervention; assessment; and referral. The Counseling and Psychological Services (CaPS) staff is comprised of a licensed psychologist and advanced graduate practicum students under the supervision of the Director.

Counseling services are no additional cost, confidential, and available to all enrolled Spalding students. You may call or email to set up an initial appointment. (caps@spadling.edu or 502-873-4486)