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CAPS Resrouce Packet

CAPS Resource Packet (F-2020)

Crisis intervention is available during office hours
(8:00 a.m. –5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday). CSULB Academic Advising Center
students who would like to speak with one of our on-call
counselors, either in person or over the phone, can call 562.985.4837
our phone number (562) 985-4001. For on-campus
emergencies outside of office hours, please contact
University Police at (562) 985-4101. If using a Bob Murphy Access Center
cell phone on campus to report an emergency, call
University Police at 9-1-1. In addition, CAPS also 562.985.5401
provides phone counseling after hours if CSULB [email protected]
students feel the need to talk with someone. Please call
the same CAPS number (562) 985-4001. Career Development Center

To schedule an appointment, come to our office in Brotman 562.985.4151
Hall, room 226, or call (562) 985-4001. For your first
appointment with us, plan to arrive 30 minutes before
your scheduled appointment time to complete necessary Office of Equity & Diversity
paperwork. Counseling appointments begin on the hour and
last 50 minutes. You can help us provide the best possible 562.985.8256
service by arriving on time and by canceling or rescheduling
as early as possible when an appointment must be missed.
Office of Student Conduct a
Office Hours:

Monday–Friday, 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. OMBUDS

Location: 562.985.5983
Brotman Hall, Room 226
Student Health Services
Phone: (562) 985-4001
Fax: (562) 985-8817

Web site: Testing & Evaluation

Mailing Address: 562.985.4007
Counseling and Psychological Services
Division of Student Services University Police
California State University, Long Beach
1250 Bellflower Boulevard, BH-226 562.985.4101 or 911
Long Beach, CA 90840

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PHONE: (562) 985-4001

WHAT IS CAPS? Counseling Services

Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) helps During your first visit to CAPS
students meet the personal challenges associated with to your concerns, explore op
identifying and accomplishing academic, career, and identify an appropriate course
life goals. Our services include short-term counseling Your counselor may recommen
for individuals, group counseling, referral services, counseling or may make a r
psychoeducational presentations, crisis intervention and provider.
medication management.
Individual and Group Co
Counseling is available at no additional
cost to degree seeking students who are CAPS offers short-term cou
concerns require individual
currently enrolled at CSULB. is provided to address inter
concerns. Your counselor w
Services are provided by mental health professionals understanding your issues and
and by advanced doctoral psychology interns under the positive changes.
supervision of licensed psychologists. CAPS welcomes
students representing all forms of diversity. Group Counseling

WHEN TO ASK FOR HELP Counseling groups provide a
to learn more about yoursel
Sometimes personal problems require more assistance than others. Each semester CAPS
can be found within your own circle of support. CAPS offers groups. Typically, potential gro
counseling for students who are struggling with issues such informational meeting with th
as family and social relationships, romantic relationships, life that the group is a good fit. G
transitions, sexuality, grief, stress, sexual assault, anxiety, include:
loss of motivation or depression. If you have any of these
concerns, please come in or call for an intake appointment. Skill-Based Groups

For a more detailed description of our services and for links • Anxiety Toolbox
• Meditation, Coping, & Val
to other mental health resources, visit our website at w w w. Process Groups

• Finding Your Calm: Tools f
• Shared Experiences: A Wo
• Understanding Self and O
• Moving Between Worlds: A

Pacific American Women

In addition, CAPS psychologist
on campus. These groups are o
Ongoing Drop-In Groups inclu

• Latinas @ The Beach
• Rainbow Cafe
• Beach Parents

For more information about CAPS, call (56


S, an intake counselor will listen Psycho-Educational Presentations
ptions with you and help you
Throughout the year, CAPS offers consultation, training, and
of action to meet your needs. education on academic and interpersonal topics to enhance
nd individual counseling, group student success and promote mental health. Presentations
referral to an outside service can be designed to address a variety of topics to meet
a specific group’s needs. Presentations can be given on
ounseling topics such as stress management, healthy relationships and
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attention. Group counseling Project Ocean
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offers a variety of counseling help when needed. Project OCEAN is here to support
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Sexual Assault Survivors’ Advocacy
for Coping with Anxiety
omen’s Therapy Group The Sexual Assault Victim’s Advocate is a
Others certified rape crisis counselor who is available
A Support Group for Asian to provide support services to CSULB students
who have been affected by sexual violence
ts lead several Drop-In Groups or misconduct. The advocate can also assist
open for all students to attend. those who have been affected by stalking, domestic or
ude: dating violence by linking students to appropriate resources.
The Advocate can help CSULB students affected by
sexual violence through: Crisis Intervention, Advocacy,
Accompaniment, Information and Referral.

62) 985-4001, or visit

Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) GROUPS

Online Groups, Fall 2020

Online Therapy Groups for CAPS Clients

Understanding Self and Others
Thursdays 2:00 - 3:30pm: Abby Bradecich and Adrienne Hilliard
Fridays 1:30—3:00pm: Beth Sullivan and Alyssa Hufana

Enhancing Connections – Tech
Wednesdays 2:00—3:00pm: Shelly Collins Rawle

Moving Between Worlds: A Support Group for Asian Pacific American Women
Wednesdays 1:30—3:00pm: Lesley Graves

Finding Your Calm: Tools for Coping with Anxiety
Mondays 11am—12:15pm: Lauren Jensen and Emily Hauck

Managing Mood in the Era of Covid-19
Wednesdays 12:30 – 2:00pm: Clarissa Green-Anicich and Angelica Diaz

Online Workshop Groups for CAPS Clients

Anxiety Toolbox: Understand Anxiety Symptoms and Build Skills to Manage Anxiety
Tuesdays 11:00am – 12:00pm; Christine Ricohermoso-Shiaw

Relationship Workshop: Identify Ways to Foster Healthy Relationships
Mondays 2:00 – 3:00pm; Amanda Trama and Beth Sullivan

Mood Masters: Healthy Strategies for Managing Overwhelming Emotions
Tuesdays 1:00 – 2:00pm: Lesley Graves

Online Drop-In Spaces for CSULB Students

Latinas at the Beach: A Space to Connect with Other Latinas
Thursdays 2—3 PM; Rosa Moreno-Alcaraz; [email protected]

Rainbow Café: An Inclusive Space in Support of Sexual and Gender Diversity
Mondays 3:30 — 5:00 PM; Lauren Jensen; [email protected]

Black Table Talk: A Space for Conversations about Race and Other Issues Impacting Black Students
Tuesdays 12:00 – 1:00pm – Bi-weekly; Shelly Collins Rawle; [email protected]

Beach Parents: A Space to Connect with other Pregnant and Parenting Students
Fridays 2:00pm—3:00pm – Bi-weekly; Abby Bradecich and Karen Kinsley; [email protected]

International Student Support Group: A Weekly Conversation to Connect with International Students
Thursdays 4:00pm—5:00pm; Bongjoo Hwang; [email protected]

Butterfly Healing Circle: DREAMERS/DACA Support Group led by UndocuAllies
Thursdays 2:00pm – 3:00pm – Bi-weekly; Nidia Moran Canales; [email protected]

Sisterfriends: A Supportive Networking Group for Black Women led by WGEC

Thursdays 1:00—2:30 PM; WGEC; [email protected] COUNSELING and PSYCHOLOGICAL SERVICES (CAPS)

Brotman Hall-226 • 562.985.4001 • •
California State University, Long Beach
Division of Student Affairs

Counseling & Psychological Services: Outreach Programs for Fall 2020

All outreach programs will take place virtually via Zoom.
For more information, visit:


Drop-in spaces are hosted by CAPS to provide a A supportive networking group for Black women
supportive space for students to connect on similar Students at CSULB.
experiences and interests. It is not a therapy group.
Students are not expected to attend each group meeting o Thursdays: 1pm-2:30pm | Led by WGEC
but can join the group as often as needed. o E: [email protected]
Sign-up to participate in a drop-in space here: LET’S TALK: 1-ON-1 DROP-IN
Beach Parents
"Let's Talk” provides easy access to informal confidential
A space to connect with other pregnant and parenting 1-on-1 consultations with CAPS counselors. Access
students. support, gain perspective, explore resources, and discuss
how counseling might be helpful.
o Fridays: 2pm-3pm | Dr. Abby Bradecich RSVP on CAPS BeachSync:
o E: [email protected]
Let’s Talk
Black Table Talk
Drop-in consultations for CSULB students.
A space for conversations about race and other issues o Tuesdays: 11pm-12pm | Dr. Nidia Moran
impacting Black students, staff, and faculty. o Wednesdays; 1pm-2pm | Dr. Christine
Ricohermoso Shaw
o Tuesdays: 12pm-1pm | Dr. Shelly Collins
o E: [email protected] Black Talk

Butterfly Healing Circles Drop-in consultations for CSULB students who identify as
Black or of African descent.
A dreamers/ DACA support group lead UndocuAllies.
o Thursday: 2pm-3pm- biweekly | Dr. Nidia o Thursdays: 11pm-12pm | Dr. Shelly Collins
o E: [email protected]

International Student Support Group Fresh Talk

o Thursdays: 4pm-5pm | Dr. Bongjoo Hwang Drop-in consultations for first-year CSULB freshmen &
o E: [email protected] transfer students.

Latinas @ the Beach o Tuesdays: 12pm-1pm | Dr. Amanda Trama

A space to connect with other Latina students at CSULB. Queer Talk
o Thursdays: 2pm-3pm | Dr. Rosa Moreno
o E: [email protected] Drop-in consultations for CSULB students who identify as
Rainbow Café
o Tuesdays: 1pm-2pm | Dr. Nidia Moran
An inclusive space for CSULB students in support of
sexual and gender diversity. Quarantine Talk

o Monday: 3:30pm-5pm | Dr. Lauren Jensen Drop-in consultations for CSULB students who are
o E: [email protected] experiencing stress due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

o Wednesdays: 3pm-4pm | Dr. Clarissa Green-

CAPS WORKSHOPS o Join Beach Buddy on BeachSync


Learn about the five love languages and find out which Project OCEAN (On-Campus Emergency Assistance
language you speak. Learn how to love yourself, connect Network) is a peer program that educates the campus on
with others and nurture relationships in a digital world. suicide prevention, promotes a climate that reduces the
stigma associated with mental health & mental illness
o Mondays; 4pm-5pm | Dr. Shelly Collins and encourages students to seek help when needed.
o Zoom Link:
QPR Suicide Prevention Training:
QPR is a nationally recognized certification training on
BEACH BUDDY: PEER MENTORING how to identify symptoms/ warning signs of someone
who may be at risk for suicide and how to refer the
Beach Buddy is a peer program that provides effective student to seek help. After attending the training, you
drop-in peer-to-peer mentoring services for students will be QPR certified for 3 years as a Gatekeeper.
who are experiencing questions and difficulties while
pursuing academic degrees at CSULB. o 9/10: 1-3pm | 9/24: 12-2pm | 10/9: 10-12pm
o 10/19: 9:30-11:30am| 11/3: 12-2pm | 11/19: 2-
RSVP Mentoring Hours
o Mondays: 9am-11am o RSVP for a QPR training date here
o Tuesdays: 1pm-3pm
o Wednesdays: 8am-11am & 2pm-4:30pm Get Involved: Volunteer Opportunities
o Thursdays: 1pm-4:30pm
o Friday: 2pm-3pm Are you interested in being involved in Project OCEAN’s
o RSVP: mission to promote mental health awareness and suicide
prevention? Sign up for our mailing list to learn more about how you can join our OCEAN network and virtually
mentoring-rsvp volunteer with our peer educators! Get Involved via our
Mailing List.
Drop-In Mentoring Hours
Connect with Project OCEAN!
o Mondays: 8am-12pm
o Tuesdays: 9am-10am & 2pm-5pm o Instagram | Facebook | @csulbprojectocean
o Wednesdays: 10am-12pm & 1pm-3pm o Twitter | @csulbocean
o Drop-in Zoom Link: https://csulb- o Youtube | BeachSync | @CSULBProjectOCEAN

College of Health & Human Services
Mentoring Hours (CHHS Students Only)

o Mondays: 8am-12pm & 1pm-4pm
o Tuesdays: 8am-3pm
o Wednesdays: 10am-12pm
o Thursdays: 12pm-4pm
o Friday: 8am-9am & 10-11am

Connect with Beach Buddy!

o Instagram | @csulbbeachbuddy

LET'SDr. Christine
Dr. Nidia Virtual drop-in consultations
for CSULB students

Dr. Amanda Let's Talk Dr. Christine 
Dr. Shelly Let's Talk Dr. Nidia
Black Talk Dr. Shelly
Fresh Talk Dr. Amanda
Queer Talk Dr. Nidia
Quarantine Talk Dr. Clarissa


If you require any disability-related accommodations for any virtual
event/programming, please contact BMAC at [email protected]  or (562)
Dr. Clarissa 985-5401 as soon as possible.


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Outreach Coordinator Administrative Assistant

Hector Delgadillo Sinead Reyes

Undergraduate Peer Educator Undergraduate Peer Educator


Kiana Nua Monica Quezada

Graduate Peer Educator Graduate Peer Educator

Georgina Oceguera Valena Lam

Undergraduate Peer Educator Undergraduate Peer Educator

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Fall 2020 Q.P.R.
Registration Form

Free Mental Health Apps Substance Abuse Psychosis
*These apps are not intended as a replacement for
professional treatment but can help in day to day life Warning signs of substance abuse include: a drop in Symptoms of psychosis include: suspiciousness with

MoodTools Mindshift grades or work performance, continued use despite others, decline in hygiene, unusual ideas, mistaking
noises for voices, strange feelings, or no feelings.
CBT based App that Tools and techniques negative consequences, changes in appetite, sleep
helps alleviate negative to help relieve RESOURCES:
anxiety habits or mood.
moods Support Groups
RESOURCES: Recovery International
Breathe2Relax PTSD Coach
Support Groups International Community for
Easy to use breathing Education on PTSD, ways Alcoholics Anonymous ∙
techniques to help to manage symptoms & Narcotics Anonymous ∙ Hearing Voices
reduce stress
treatment resources Al-Anon Family Groups Bipolar Support
Calm Daylio
Self-Help Group Finder
Guided mindfulness Track your mood & Websites
meditation to manage activities to better Pendulum for Bipolar Disorder
understand your finder/
anxiety, stress, & Websites
improve sleep habits CSULB Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Schizophrenia Resources
Drugs (ATOD) Program Hearing Voices Network USA
Substance Abuse and Mental Health
Services Administration International Bipolar Foundation
National Institute on Drug Abuse Brain & Behavior Research Foundation
Mental Health America

On Campus Resources Off Campus Resources Suicide Prevention

Counseling and Psychological Services Health and Human Services Hotline ∙ 2-1-1 Warning signs of suicide include: talking about death
(CAPS) LA County Dept of Mental Health Hotline
and dying, feeling hopeless, increased substance use, ∙ 562-985-4001 1-800-854-7771
Student Health Services (SHS) LA County Domestic Violence Hotline mood swings, rage, behaving recklessly. ∙ 562-985-4771 1-800-978-3600 National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
Office of Wellness & Health Promotion YWCA Sexual Assault Crisis Hotline 1-800-273-TALK (8255) ∙ 562-985-4609
1-877-Y-Helps-U (943-5778)
Bob Murphy Access Center (BMAC) California Youth Crisis Hotline Crisis Text Lines ∙ 562-985-5401
1-800-843-5200 Text HOME to 741-741
Veterans Affairs Services National Domestic Violence Text STEVE to 741-741 (for ppl of color) ∙ 562-985-5115
1-800-799-SAFE (7233) National Hope Line Network
Women’s and Gender Equity Center 1-800-787-3224 (TTY) 1-800-442-HOPE (4673) ∙ 562-985-8576 National Child Abuse Hotline
1-800-4-A-CHILD (422-2253) The Trevor Lifeline
LGBT Resource Center Vet2Vet Crisis Hotline 1-866-488-7386 ∙ 562-985-4585 1-877-VET2VET (838-2838)
National Veteran Crisis Hotline
Title IX Office 1-800-273-8255, press 1 ImAlive - An Online Crisis Chat
Text Line: 838255
562-985-5587 Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network The JED Foundation
Career Development Center (RAINN) ∙ ULifeline ∙
Parents, Families, and Friends of Lesbians
877-716-2227 Love is Louder
Academic Advising Office and Gays (PFLAG) ∙ ∙ 562-985-4837 Active Minds ∙ Trans Lifeline Peer Support Hotline


Warning signs of depression include: feelings of Signs of self-injury include: unexplained wounds or
hopelessness, sadness, guilt, worthlessness, fatigue, scars, blood stains, frequent “accidents”, physically Resource
thoughts of suicide, changes in sleep or appetite. covering up injuries, isolation, or irritability.
If you or someone you know is in
RESOURCES: RESOURCES: immediate danger, CALL 911 or call

Support Groups Support Groups the CSULB, Police Department at
Depression & Bipolar Support Alliance Self-Injury Outreach & Support (562) 985-4101.

East Long Beach Chapter For mental health services, contact American Self-Help Groups Counseling & Psychological Services

Postpartum Support International (CAPS) at (562) 985-4001 Support Groups We are located in Brotman Hall 226.
iFred International Foundation for
Research and Education on Depression Websites
S.A.F.E. (Self-Abuse Finally Ends)
Anxiety & Depression Association of
1-800-DONT-CUT (366-8288)
America National Institute of Mental Health
Mental Health Screenings National Institute on Mental Illness

Anxiety Eating Disorders About Us

Signs of anxiety include: feeling overwhelmed, Some signs of eating disorders include: food Project OCEAN is a peer education program
within the CAPS office that aims to promote
worrying a lot, sleep problems, irritability, restrictions, obsession with food & calories, intense a campus climate that reduces the stigma
physical discomfort, and nervousness. associated with mental health and mental
exercise, mood swings and weight fluctuations. illness and encourages students to seek help
RESOURCES: when needed. We are here to support our
RESOURCES: CSULB campus by increasing knowledge and
Support Groups awareness about mental health & wellness.
American Self Help Groups Support Groups
National Eating Disorders Helpline CONTACT US:
National Alliance on Mental Illness 1-800-931-2237 Location: CSULB, Counseling & Psychological
Eating Disorders Anonymous Services; Brotman Hall 226
Websites Overeaters Anonymous ∙ Phone: (562) 985-4001
Email: [email protected]
E-Couch ∙ Websites Website:
Anxiety Panic Attack Resource Site Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics @CSULBProjectOCEAN
Anxiety & Depression Association of
Eating Disorder Center @CSULBOCEAN
America ∙
Freedom From Fear Something Fishy on Eating Disorders @CSULBprojectOCEAN National Eating Disorders Association
Substance Abuse & Mental Health
Services Administration (SAMHSA) National Association of Anorexia
Nervosa and Associated Disorders
National Institute of Mental Health
Eating Disorder Foundation of Orange


Campus Case Managers

Rachelle Ang, LCSW

( )Counseling and Psychological Services CAPS

Brotman Hall 226 562-985-4001




sTUDENT hEALTH sERVICES 562-985-5825




STUDENT SUCCESS CENTER rM 110 562-985-5401


Domonique Rood, MPH, LMFT


sTUDENT SUCCESS CENTER rM 110 626-209-9614



BASIC NEEDS 424-250-8205




student health services rm. 105

562-985-2804 or 562-270-2025


Assessment, mental health triage, crisis intervention (including suicide risk
assessments), sexual assault referrals, mental health referrals (on and off

campus). Linkage to outside legal and medical care. Assistance with
insurance, advocacy and support.

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