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CAPS and Weiland therapists are available to help students experiencing a wide variety of personal and relationship concerns. Visit the CAPS homepage or call 650.723.3785 to make an appointment. During your initial CAPS Access Coordination appointment, inform the clinician that you would prefer seeing a CAPS or Weiland therapist who has specialized training in working with gender and sexuality. You also can identify a counselor with extensive training in LGBTQIA+ mental health issues at CAPS by an asterisk posted next to their name and a note on their Staff Page profile.

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  • Individual brief counseling at CAPS and Weiland are confidential and free of charge.
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Available to all students, including those in staff roles supporting others across the gender & sexuality spectrum

Drop-In Hours

Weiland Connects visits are one-time, 30-minute sessions where you can speak confidentially with a gender and sexuality-affirming clinician. In these sessions, you can learn more about therapy, discuss resources, process feelings, or learn how to better support queer students if you are in a staff role. These sessions can be booked via VadenPatientPortal or can be directly scheduled by emailing