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No problem is too small for CAPS

The university’s Counseling and Psychological Services center wants to speak to students about any issue in their lives, from break-ups to burnout.

August 22, 2021

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Graphic by Marcy Wilder with illustrations by Michelle Rodriguez-Gonzalez.

Kathryn Kominars is going to start making home visits in the fall. The director of FAU’s counseling center won’t be knocking on your door, but she and her staff will sit in the lobby of your residence halls – willing to talk for free about whatever bothers you.

Kominars has been leading FAU’s Counseling And Psychological Services center, better known as CAPS, since 2019. She knew one of the big problems with campus counseling centers is that students think they only exist to handle big problems.

Kominars wants to sweat the small stuff.

Why? Because she believes no problem is too small for CAPS.

> Continue reading about how CAPS will be there for students this fall.

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