Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) seeks to assist students in developing greater self-understanding and help resolve problems that interfere with their optimal personal functioning. It is normal to experience adjustment problems, especially during periods of transition.
The following resources may also be helpful:
- Please visit our Student Counseling Virtual Pamphlet Collection for downloadable information on grief support and additional support resources.
- Please come by or call the CAPS office to get a copy of Experience of Grief brochure, which provides useful information on the emotional experience
of grief and coping strategies. (This brochure was created by Robert Fulton,
Ph.D. for the Center for Death
Education & Bioethics, University of Wisconsin - La Crosse.)
USF CAMPUS LIFELINE POWERPOINT
Campus Lifeline Post Survey
USF Campus Lifeline
assumes that each of us has a responsibility for promoting our individual and collective safety. To help us fulfill that responsibility, Counseling and Psychological Services has developed a brief but important PowerPoint presentation about suicide and violence on campus. The 10-minute presentation covers specific mental health issues and identifies campus resources; the presentation is worth watching and learning from, so that we may be informed and effective members of USF Campus Lifeline. Please consider saving the presentation on your desktop so that it is available for future reference.