Provider

Liz Gonzalez

University of Michigan Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)

  Summary

Categories:   Individual Therapy

Description

Counseling and Psychological Services is committed to creating an environment based on our values of multicultural, multi-disciplinary and multi-theoretical practices that allow our diverse student body to access care, receive high quality services and take positive pathways to mental health. We also strive to find creative ways of reaching out to students and the UM community to nurture and develop a proactive, renewed sense of engagement throughout the campus.

Only serves University of Michigan students (grad and undergrad), but therapy is free. There are 2 therapists working with clients re: gender issues and they will write a letter recommending hormones for clients.

Michigan Union, Room 3100

  Populations Served

Adults, Asexual, College Students, Feminine of Center, FTMs / ...
Hours:

During the Fall and Winter Semester CAPS will be open:

Monday-Thursday: 8am-7pm

Fridays: 8am-5pm

Our urgent/crisis services are available 24/7 for those students who are in crisis or have an urgent need to be seen by our counselor on duty. Counselor on Duty at CAPS is available:

Monday, Wednesday, Thursday: 10am-6:00pm

Tuesday: 12pm-6:00pm

Fridays: 10am-4:00pm

Urgent/Crisis services are available 24/7.

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  Ratings Calculated every 10 minutes

Overall

1 review on 03/19/2016

Provider:
5.0
Intake:
5.0
Staff:
5.0

  Reviews

Review: dudeinmi on 03/19/2016
Provider:
5
Intake:
5
Staff:
5

I saw Liz Gonzalez for therapy in order to get my letter for hormones. She is very kind and very experienced with the LGBTQ population. I already knew what I needed to do for myself, so the required therapy was kind of a drag, but seeing Liz made it better than it could have been and the therapy was actually helpful for working out some family issues I had. CAPS follows WPATH standards but the new guidelines do not require a set amount of therapy sessions. They started going with the new WPATH guidelines during what was supposed to be my required 12 sessions, so I had my letter after they made the change to their policy (9 or 10 sessions).


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