James Madison University

photo of the clinic building on Martin Luther King Jr Way

JMU Counseling and Psychological Services and Interprofessional Services for Learning Assessment are committed to celebrating, cultivating, advancing, and preserving a culture of diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging. This aligns with our mission to prioritize and make mental health services more accessible. We enter into community with one another by honoring our stories, being present for each other, and striving for empathic action. We will continue to build this culture through learning, reflecting, and acting.

8/7/2020 - Special CAPS Information regarding COVID-19 (Coronavirus)

The Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) Clinic

The Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) Clinic at James Madison University is part of the Institute for Innovation in Health and Human Services and the Department of Graduate Psychology at James Madison University. CAPS is a teaching, service, and research clinic that is dedicated to promoting health and wellbeing by providing mental health services. CAPS offers affordable outpatient mental health services to our community while providing graduate students in psychology experience in counseling and psychological assessment. CAPS provides individual (child, adolescent, and adult), couple, and family counseling as well as psychological assessment, testing, and consultation

The Interprofessional Services for Learning Assessment (ISLA) Clinic

The Interprofessional Services for Learning Assessment (ISLA) Clinic at James Madison University is part of the Institute for Innovation in Health and Human Services and the Department of Graduate Psychology at James Madison University. ISLA offers a variety of services to help you meet your educational goals. Our interprofessional team will work closely with you to build on strengths, identify areas of need, and design positive ways to promote your academic success.