Mental Health Services
Counseling and Psychological Services (CPS) are available to all undergraduate and graduate students at Princeton University through UHS. Spouses and dependents of Princeton University students may also use CPS for consultation with a possible fee. Psychologists, clinical social workers and psychiatrists provide expert mental health care 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, during the academic year to respond to urgent psychological and psychiatric concerns. CPS provides the following services: individual psychotherapy, group initiatives and programs, couples counseling, psychiatric consultation, referrals for long-term treatments, after-hours emergency services, educational workshops and training, and specialized interdisciplinary treatment teams. Friends or others including roommates, family members, deans, faculty or coaches who are concerned about the well-being of a student can also contact CPS for consultation, guidance and assistance.
For Faculty & Staff
The Carebridge Employee Assistance Program helps faculty and staff members work through personal issues such as alcohol and other drug abuse, stress and depression, financial issues, interpersonal relationships, married life and parenting. The individual Work/Life Program assists with issues and referrals for the following services: childcare, eldercare, adoption, time management and life balance, and personal financial management. In addition, employees can access Carebridge’s extensive online library of educational materials and seminars on a variety of current health and well-being topics.
For more information, or to use the Carebridge Library, visit the website at www.myliferesource.com. Enter the Princeton Client code of TW8AE or you can send e-mail to email@example.com. Carebridge is also available by calling 1-800-437-0911. All Carebridge programs and services are strictly confidential.