• Feeling like a fish out of water?

    One of the missions of Counseling and Psychological Services at BYU is to help you adjust to the University and achieve your academic potential. Review our services and see how we can help you reach your personal and academic goals.

  • National Depression Screening Day

    Feeling down, blue, upset? Wondering if you or a friend might be depressed? Come to a free, confidential screening on October 10th in 2590 WSC or the Cannon Center.

  • Stuck?

    Classes offered by the faculty and staff of Counseling and Psychological Services can help you get unstuck. Classes can help you explore careers, improve your study skills, clarify your values, and prepare for a successful life and career after college.

  • Difficulty Balancing Demands?

    Trying to balance too many things? Feeling stressed out? Come and visit Stress Management and Biofeedback Services. They can teach you new and effective ways to manage your life.
  • Fall 2013 Career Fair

    The Fall 2013 General Career Fair will be held Thursday, October 3rd  in the Wilkinson Center Ballroom from 10 a.m. - 3 p.m. More than 100 notable employers will be there--looking to talk to you! If you're interested in the STEM (science, technology, engineering, mathematics), it will be held Thursday, September 26th, in the Wilkinson Student Center.

  • Improve Your Relationship

    Wanting to improve your relationship? Counseling and Psychological Services offers both group and couple activities to help improve marriages and dating relationships.

News

Dr. Jennie Bingham

Counseling and Psychological Services welcomes Dr. Jennie Bingham to the CAPS faculty. Jennie completed her PhD in counseling psychology from Brigham Young University after which she worked at counseling center at the University of Tennessee-Knoxville. Her interests include trauma/PTSD, identity development, interpersonal and family of origin concerns, and community outreach and intervention. 

Dr. Russ Bailey

Counseling and Psychological Services welcomes Dr. Russ Bailey to the CAPS faculty. Russ completed his Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology at BYU after an internship at the Veterans Affairs hospital in New Mexico. He returns to BYU from private practice in Utah County. His interests include individual and couples therapy, anxiety management, interpersonal and family concerns, and psychological assessment. A native of Arizona and a happy transplant to Utah, Dr. Bailey is a family man, an active runner and a sports enthusiast.

 

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