Counseling & Psychological Services (CAPS)

Short-Term Therapy

In-person appointments have been temporarily paused in observance of social distancing practices and our office is providing all its clinical services through phone or zoom video conferencing. Due to legal restrictions, we are only able to provide services to eligible students currently residing in California.

If you are a student seeking to initiate services please let us know by phone at (909) 869-3220, by private message on Instagram or Twitter (@cppcaps), or by email at caps@cpp.edu. Please leave your name, Bronco ID, phone number and a good time to reach you so we can connect with you as soon as possible.

Short-Term Therapy

Individual Therapy

At CAPS, we provide short-term individual therapy. This model focuses on specific goals set by the counselor and the student. Many of our students find that they are able to meet their goals within 4-6 sessions. Some students find that their needs go beyond what can be provided in short-term therapy. In that case, we also provide case management services, to help students connect to community resources that can provide specialized care.

Short-term therapy is one way of addressing the concerns that brought you into CAPS. Students meet with their counselor on a regular basis in order to address those concerns. Sessions are approximately 45-50 minutes, and typically start at the top of the hour.

To learn more about what to expect you can visit the following link.

We understand that sometimes events come up that may interfere with your ability to attend your appointment. If you are unable to make your appointment, please call us at (909) 869-3220 and leave a message with your name, Bronco ID, your provider’s name and your appointment time so we are able to cancel it. You may also email us at caps@cpp.edu or send a secure message to your provider via the health portal.

The best way to communicate with your therapist is by phone, or through the My Health Portal, where you can send a direct message to your provider. Email is NOT a preferred method of communication, as it is not secure. If your provider is attempting to connect with you, they will also reach out by phone or through My Health Portal.