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Counseling and Psychological Services

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Kansas State University
Counseling and Psychological Services
1105 Sunset Ave, Rm 101
Manhattan, KS 66502

Hours:
Monday - Friday:  8am-5pm

Phone:
785-532-6927
785-532-3932 (fax)
K-State.edu/counseling
counsel@k-state.edu

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Self-Help Resources

The staff at CAPS recognizes that students have many demands placed upon them. We offer a variety of online programs and resources to provide services that fit your schedule. Our online offerings include:

  • College Learning Effectiveness Inventory (CLEI) --An inventory designed to measure individual attitudes, behaviors, and dispositions related academic activity.
  • You can view our previously recorded Kat Chats.
  • YOU@KSU is a web-based platform that provides student success and well-being information while highlighting campus resources.  It is a space to check in with yourself, set goals and explore campus resources and services so you can make the most of your college experience.  The YOU@KSU portal is a confidential resource that provides credible and relevant information 24/7.  It supports your well-being efforts while also connecting you to campus services and supports.

In addition to those sites listed above the following resource list provides a variety of self-help resources. Even though we've developed this list carefully, you may find ideas with which you disagree. Here are some recommendations on how to use this list:

Most of the sites are sponsored by one of the following:

  • Major universities
  • Governmental organizations that specialize in mental health
  • Non-profit foundations devoted to certain problems
  • Sites created by mental health professionals

To learn more information or to access these services, use the links below.

Academic/Career
Mental Health
Life Skills
Physical Health
Stress
Adjustments
Dealing with Death
Diversity
General Mental Wellness
Intimate and Sexual Violence
LGBTQIA
Military
Mindfulness
Relationships
Substance Use