CAPS Service During Coronavirus
Dear DKU Community,
CAPS will provide both online and offline counseling services for our students in the coming fall semester. Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve our service. Our counselor will reach out to you ASAP at their earliest available time.
For more information about CAPS team and our current services, please click here.
Individual Counseling Service For DKU Students
Please email us with your call back number (if in China) in the email. The on duty clinician will reach out to you ASAP at their earliest available time.
CAPS Clinicians for DKU Students
Yan Li, Psy.D. email@example.com
Fan Yang, M.A. firstname.lastname@example.org
CAPS Response to Race-Related Trauma and Care
Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) joins EVC Denis Simon, Dean Raphael Moffett and VCAA Scott MacEachern in expressing our grief, sorrow and compassion to all those who have been, and continue to be, impacted by the race-based tragedies occurring across the United States and the world. These tragedies reflect a longstanding and entrenched history of structural and systematic injustice that we condemn. We strongly oppose discrimination, hate, and intolerance and stand in solidarity with our Black students, faculty and staff.
We recognize that these tragedies may be especially painful and traumatizing to members of our Black or African American community. In the aftermath of experiencing or witnessing racial injustice and violence, it is normal to experience a range of feelings and emotions, such as shock, fear, sadness, anger, helplessness and/or guilt. CAPS is committed to provide affirming mental health care for all of our students who have been directly or vicariously impacted by experiences of racialized trauma.
CAPS has collected self-help tools for students who are impacted by recent race-based tragedies, please see the following resources for support. You can also email us for further information about our service (email@example.com).
There is much beyond our control during the COVID-19 pandemic. If you find yourself feeling anxious and overwhelmed, you are not alone. We hope the following online resources will provide you some calm, insight and connection. Together, we can get through this! Here is a universal mantra for us: “This, too shall pass.”
CAPS is providing online workshop to support our students learning and psychological well-being. You can find more information here, CAPS Online Workshop 2020 Spring Semester. You can also check our online videos.
You are invited to join the CAPS Online Confidential Support Group in the next few weeks while you are away from school. The online support group will help you:
- Receive and provide support to each other
- Connect with your peer students which helps reduce the sense of isolation
- Share your personal pain or challenges during the Coronavirus situation
The online group will meet weekly on Zoom. A CAPS clinician will facilitate the online support group. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in our online group.
Free Counseling Hotline for Students of Universities in Jiangsu Province (in Chinese)
Jiangsu Provincial Department of Education (JED) has authorized the Research Center of Crisis Prevention and Intervention for Jiangsu Province University Students to develop and operate a free counseling hotline for all the students enrolled in the universities in Jiangsu Province.
Open hours: 24-hour counseling services during academic year
CAPS Newsletter – Getting Through Coronavirus