Health, Wellness and Spirituality
- Center for Personal Development
Georgetown University’s Center for Personal Development is prepared to meet the unique needs of veterans transitioning to civilian life. The Center is designed to educate and inform students about positive choices leading toward health and wellbeing, providing confidential individual, family, or group counseling and referrals to other resources both on and off campus. The Center’s director, Patrick Kilcarr, is himself a veteran. For more information, contact: Patrick Kilcarr, Ph.D. firstname.lastname@example.org
Director: Patrick Kilcarr, Ph.D
Phone: (202) 687-8944
- Academy for Veterans
The Academy for Veterans at Georgetown, in collaboration with the National Theatre Workshop of the Handicapped, Atlas Medical Research and Georgetown University, is a dynamic program focused on aiding veterans returning to civilian life by providing a breakthrough life plan combining the performing arts, spirituality, expert medical care, and an outstanding education opportunity in a university setting. Please contact Father Curry, S.J.,for further information or to make an appointment.
Director: Rev. Richard J. Curry, S.J., Ph.D
Associate Director: Grant Clifton New South, Room G 308
Phone: (202) 687-4387
- Counseling and Psychiatric Services Center (CAPS
The Counseling and Psychiatric Service (CAPS) serves as the university's primary mental health agency for its students and campus community. Our central mission is to collaborate directly with students in overcoming difficulties that may interfere with the definition and accomplishment of their educational, personal, and career goals.
Phone: (202) 687-6985
Disabilities Coordinator (Law School)
Contact Marianne Huger, email@example.com.
- Campus Ministry
As the nation’s oldest Catholic and Jesuit university, Georgetown has a long tradition of nurturing the intellectual and spiritual life of students. In the Jesuit tradition of cura personalis, we are committed to caring for the whole person – mind, body, and spirit. We stand ready to serve veterans who study and teach among us, in order to help them integrate their learning, faith, and service. From its beginning over two centuries ago, Georgetown has welcomed students of diverse faith traditions. Today, Campus Ministry supports Roman Catholic, Protestant, Jewish, Muslim and Orthodox Christian chaplaincies and worship services and coordinates student groups in other traditions. If you would like to speak to a chaplain or learn more about our worship services and programs, contact Rev. Kevin O'Brien, S.J., Executive Director of Campus Ministry, at firstname.lastname@example.org,