Counseling and Psychological Services
Our services support the psychological well-being of the Princeton University community and are available at no cost to currently enrolled Princeton students and their eligible dependents.
If you are not sure whether counseling can help, make an appointment for an initial consultation to talk about it. There’s no obligation to continue after the first appointment. Learn about confidentiality at CPS.
Our offerings include:
- Counseling: initial consultations, individual counseling, couples counseling, and group counseling and support
- Urgent Consultations: care in urgent situations, for you or someone else
- Psychiatric Consultation: for those considering or continuing psychiatric medication
- Mind-Body Programs: meditation, relaxation, mindfulness and more
- Campus Outreach & Training: campus-wide training, workshops and outreach events
- Specialized Treatment: for interdisciplinary treatment needs that may involve physical and psychological concerns
- Referrals to local mental health providers
While we do not offer treatment services for faculty or staff, many of our outreach programs are available to anyone in our campus community. We are also available to consult with faculty, staff, parents or others, regarding concerns about Princeton students.
Call 609-258-3141 or walk-in during business hours to make an appointment for an initial 20-minute consultation. You can also schedule your initial consultation appointment online.
During regular business hours, walk in to the McCosh Health Center if you need help with an urgent mental health matter, and you will be seen by a CPS counselor soon after your arrival. You may also call CPS to consult with a counselor when you have an urgent mental health concern that involves someone else on campus. After hours, just call our main number 609-258-3141 to be connected to a counselor on call.
If safety is of immediate concern, call the Department of Public Safety at 609-258-3333.