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Unformatted text preview: ability to succeed in school. CAPS staff members
consult and collaborate with students, faculty, and staff in
providing a coordinated response to resolving student
adjustment and performance issues. Services include individual counseling; learning and study skills programs; multicultural peer support; personal development workshops
and groups; multimedia information resources; consultation with faculty, staff, and students; crisis consultation;
and preprofessional training for graduate students. Psychological Services Individual and group counseling allow students to address
issues such as educational and academic goals, academic
adjustment, family and relationship concerns, traumatic
experiences, managing feelings, substance abuse, and sexual
identity issues. Recent counseling groups have covered
such topics as relationships; personal growth; cultural
adjustment for international students; food, body image,
and self-esteem; sexual orientation; and a group for women 26 dealing with sexual abuse or assault or other
traumas. Services are conﬁdential.
Personal development works...
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