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Sexual Assault & Anti-Violence Information

Campus Counseling Resources


USU Counseling and Psychological Services

Provides free services to current USU students assisting them in coping with the after-effects of sexual assault and other forms of violence. Crisis appointments, consultations, and ongoing therapy are available. Also, CAPS provides educational workshops on sexual assault, interpersonal violence, as well as with healthy relationships, dating, assertiveness, and communication. 797-1012

USU Department of Psychology Community Clinic

The USU Psychology Department operates a counseling clinic available to anyone in the community (you do not need to be affiliated with the university to access this service). Counseling is provided by graduate (masters and PhD) students in Psychology supervised by licensed psychologists. The Community Clinic uses a sliding fee scale; they are a Blue Cross Blue Shield of Utah Provider. 797-3401

USU Family Life Center

The USU Marriage and Family Therapy Department operates "The Family Life Center," a counseling clinic available to any individual, couple, or family in the community desiring help with couple concerns, individual concerns, parent-child relationships, or other family issues. Counseling services are provided by graduate students in Marriage and Family Therapy. Student therapists Therapists are under direct supervision of licensed clinical faculty, allowing the Family Life Center to provide high quality clinical services within a training environment. Fees are determined on a sliding fee scale based on income and family size. No one will be denied services because of inability to pay. 797-7430