Faculty/Staff Outreach and Consultation

The CAPS provides workshops and presentations to student groups and classes on a wide variety of topics. We are happy to arrange programs that may be of interest to your group or class. We are also willing to be part of a panel discussions. 

How to make a request: 

  • Please request a program at a minimum of three weeks in advance of the anticipated program date.
  • To arrange for a program in Denton, please complete our Outreach Request Form and our Outreach Coordinator will be in touch with you. 
  • To arrange for a program in Dallas or Houston, please call the CAPS at that location. 

The following is a sample of topics that are available, and we welcome other topic requests as well. We look forward to being able to respond to your needs.

Commonly Requested Outreach Topics

  • 1001 Things to do Besides Drink  
  • How to Talk About Sex  
  • Abuse Issues
  • How to Talk to Your Professor
  • Anger Management
  • How to Talk to Your Roommate
  • Alcohol and Drugs
  • Intro to Career Decision Making
  • Anxiety Management
  • Juggling Multiple Roles
  • Assertiveness Training
  • Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Issues
  • Basic Communication Skills
  • Love Stinks - Breaking Up Is Hard To Do
  • Basic University Survival Skills
  • Motivating Yourself to Study
  • Body Image Issues
  • Overcoming Procrastination
  • Coping with Performance Anxiety
  • Overview of CAPS Services
  • Communicating With People Different From You  
  • Parenting
  • Communicating about Sex
  • Relationships
  • Coping with Depression
  • Relaxation
  • Coping with Health Problems and College
  • Sexual Assault
  • Cultural Diversity on College Campuses
  • Self Esteem
  • Dating Conflict
  • Stress Management
  • Dating Issues
  • Study Skills
  • Dealing with "Bad" Feelings
  • Test Anxiety
  • Eating Concerns
  • Test Taking Skills
  • Grief and Loss
  • Time Management
  • How to Help a Friend with a Problem
  • Understanding Childhood Sexual Abuse

Consultation Services

The CAPS staff is available to consult with individuals (faculty, students, or staff) and groups about issues that involve the welfare of a student or group of students. We are happy to discuss your needs for consultation and provide any assistance appropriate to your situation. For more information, call the CAPS on your campus. Some general examples of previous consultations include:

  • Concern about a roommate or friend
  • Communications skills within a campus organization
  • Difficulties between faculty and students
  • Difficulties between staff and students