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Counseling And Psychological Services (CAPS), Accredited by IACS

CAPS Intake Online

After scheduling an appointment, click on the link below to complete the on-line CAPS intake.  If you have not set up an appointment, please call 434.395.2409 to schedule one prior to completing the intake information.  Completing the intake information does not mean that you have an appointment. 

*The link below can only be accessed from a computer that is on campus and not wireless.*

CAPS Intake

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  • Balanced Living Group

    We’re all doing the best we can and most of us want to improve, but sometimes, we find ourselves repeating the same ineffective patterns. This group is based on the notion that all thoughts, actions, and emotions are caused by something, and that figuring out and changing the causes of behavior work better than judging and blaming ourselves and others. This structured group will teach students skills in the following areas: mindfulness, interpersonal effectiveness, emotion regulation, and distress tolerance. This group will teach students to use more effective behaviors and eliminate those that are unhelpful or destructive with the goal of building a life that feels more worth living.

    If you are interested in the group and/or have questions, please contact Dr. Glass at 434.395.2409 or longwoodCAPS@longwood.edu.

  • Friends of Trauma Survivors Workshop

    Friends of Trauma Survivors is a psychoeducational workshop that will help students acquire skills to respond effectively and sensitively to friends or loved ones who’ve experienced traumatic events. The workshop will cover topics such as the effect of trauma on an individual and their relationships, how to respond appropriately, coping with the situation, and how to maintain relationships with friends/loved ones who are healing. This workshop is open to all students who are interested in learning more on how to care for a friend or family member who has experienced traumatic events in their lives.

    If you are interested in attending this workshop and/or have questions, please contact Dr. Glass at 434.395.2409 or longwoodCAPS@longwood.edu.


  • Understanding Self & Others

    Do you want to express yourself better in relationships? Do you want to build stronger and more meaningful relationships? Do you want to make changes but are not sure how to do so? These are common experiences for many students. This group is designed to create a safe, supportive environment for students to better understand who they are, explore relationship patterns, and try different ways of relating with other people all within a safe and confidential setting. Possible topics of discussion can include trust, intimacy, anxiety, loneliness, anger, sadness, and isolation.

    If you are interested in the group and/or have questions, please contact Courtney Zongrone or Dr. McKinney at 434.395.2409 or longwoodCAPS@longwood.edu.


  • Stress and Anxiety Management Group

    This group is designed for people who have symptoms related to stress and anxiety and are seeking support and methods to cope with stress.  This is a support group where students who experience stress and anxiety can get support and constructive feedback from other students who struggle with problems related to stress/anxiety.  Counselors will present psychoeducational information related to stress/anxiety, at the request of the group.  The group is a great place to get support from counselors and fellow students for issues related to stress/anxiety.

    This group meets Thursdays starting at 4:00pm.  If you are interested in the group and/or have questions, please contact Dr. Davino at 434.395.2409 or longwoodCAPS@longwood.edu.

  • A.C.T. Group

    This support group was established at Longwood in the Fall '09 as a collaboration between CAPS and the Office of Disability Resources.  The group is open to any student who has registered with the Office of Disability Resources. Advocacy, Communication, and Transition (ACT) provides a safe place for students to openly discuss issues, share concerns, and receive support.

    This group meets Thursdays starting at 3:30 in the Office of Disability Resources.  If you are interested in ACT and/or have questions, please contact Lindsay Farrar 434.395.2391 trs: 711 or Dr. Maureen Walls-McKay at 434.395.2409.


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Hours of Operation

Monday - Friday


We are located in the Health & Fitness Center, Upper Level, South (back) entrance.