Let's Talk

Let's Talk is a program which provides easy access to clinicians from CAPS. This service is available for all UC students who may not need traditional counseling, but could still benefit from one-on-one support. Confidential conversation and support with counselors from UC CAPS

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Let's Talk is free and confidential. Students can meet with a clinician for a brief 15-20 minute conversation. No appointment is necessary. Clinicians will listen to your concerns and may offer support, information, and resources. 

Let's Talk Schedule table
Location  Time   
College of Law Room 204 Mondays 12-2pm  
Engineering Research Center (CEAS) 538 Tuesdays 2:30-4:30pm  
LGBTQ Center (565 Steger) Wednesdays 1-3pm  
AACRC (60 W. Charlton) Thursdays 10am-12pm  
MSBE6552 Thursdays 1:30-3:30pm  
CCM MEH 3217 Thursdays 2-4pm  

Who Should Visit Let's Talk?

Any student can come to a Let's Talk consultation, typically it's the best fit for students who:

  • Are not sure about counseling or wonder what it's like to talk to a counselor;
  • Are not interested in counseling but would like the perspective of a counselor;
  • Have a specific problem and would like someone with whom to talk it through; 
  • Have a concern about a friend or family member and would like ideas about what to do.

Where is Let's Talk located?

  • Times and locations occasionally change throughout the semester. Check above or contact CAPS for the most up-to-date information.

Questions about Let's Talk?

  • Contact Julie Lineburgh M.Ed., LPCC-S., for more information on the Let's Talk Program, at (513) 556-0648.
  • Need help with an urgent mental health crisis? CAPS offers daytime emergent care services for enrolled students or for those who are concerned about an enrolled student. After-hours crisis services are available by calling 513-556-0648.
  • The Let's Talk Program at the University of Cincinnati is based on the Let's Talk Program originating at Cornell University. With permission, some of the material from this website has been adapted or reproduced from the Cornell University and UW-Madison's Let's Talk website.