Monsour Counseling and Psychological Services
Who we are. What we do.
Monsour Counseling and Psychological Services (MCAPS) is committed to promoting psychological wellness for all students served by the Claremont University Consortium. Our well-trained team of psychologists, psychiatrists, and post-doctoral and intern therapists offer support for a range of psychological issues in a confidential and safe environment.
Statement from Monsour Counseling and Psychological Services (MCAPS)
Many students have found the U.S. presidential campaign, and the election last night, to be difficult and emotionally intense. Students may have vastly different reactions to this outcome; some may be pleased by this outcome, while some students may be deeply saddened. Some may also be feeling emotionally, psychologically, and even physically unsafe. In addition, students who observe very different reactions in their friends, family, peers, faculty, or others in the community experience a sense of isolation or disillusionment.
MCAPS is committed to providing safe and confidential support for all students. We also continue to be mindful that not everyone views these issues in the same way. We believe that every individual needs and deserves safety, respect, and a place to find support.
Services we provide
|After hours emergency||909-621-8202; press 1 for the on-call therapist|
Hours of service
|Monday–Friday||8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.|
|After hours emergencies||Call 909-621-8202; press 1 for the on-call therapist|
Student Health Insurance
Next new student hour
Jan. 30 2017 @ 11 a.m.
NOTE: This information is updated once per business day, and may not reflect immediate changes in appointment availability. Also, please note that we will always offer same-day services to students in crisis. Please call MCAPS at 909-621-8202 for more information.
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