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Request for Services

Setting up your initial consultation @ CAPS: We recommend using the Center for Student Wellness Online Wellness Link (OWL) that is your portal for all of CSW services and information, designed for your convenience and privacy. Navigate to and log in using your TCNJ user ID and password. Once logged in, click on ‘Forms and Resources‘ and use the CAPS Request for Services (RFS) form for general requests (please note all requests are given consideration for group membership as the first step in the assignment process). If you are a returning CAPS client and are requesting a specific group, please fill out the Request for Group Services (RFGS) form.

Please note that completing a RFS will take approximately 15-20 minutes. This gives us valuable information that helps us make the best, most effective use of our brief model and assists you in reaching your goals in a more timely fashion. Once it is complete (be sure you answered all the questions you intend), click ‘Submit’ and you’re done! (Please do not hit submit more than once.) Our response to set up your first appointment will be through the telephone number you provide on the request form or your TCNJ email address

Important: Here are some tips to help avoid any frustration using CAPS’ online service:

1) Be sure to allot sufficient time (15-20 min.) to complete the RFS in one session; the online service does not permit leaving the form and returning. If you hit ‘submit’ prior to fully completing the form, information may be lost.

2) You have a maximum of an hour to complete an RFS; after that time there is an automatic reset. This is plenty of time to complete the form, so to avoid problems, get it all filled out in one ‘sit’.

3) The online service does not fully, reliably support mobile devices (i.e. smart phones), so a ‘regular’ computer is best.

4) If you encounter any bugs using a laptop and WiFi, switching to a desktop/wired combination will help resolve issues. Thanks for your patience – we are doing our best to work out remaining ‘bugs’ with our online service.

What to expect in your initial consultation: The CAPS team will have reviewed your request thoroughly, and during this brief appointment your concerns will be discussed and a plan will be developed. Options could include group counseling, referral(s) to on or off campus resources, or brief individual counseling. At its core, the process is about matching you with what will best meet your needs.