Avery Cook from the CAPS Program will speak about the counseling and psychological services available to students at UNC at this Research Roundtable, which will take place from 2-3 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 17. Following the roundtable, join fellow students for a meet and greet at 4 p.m. at the R&R Grill on Franklin Street.
Avery Cook is a clinical social worker and the Clinical Coordinator at CAPS. Originally from North Carolina, she received her Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) from Davidson College and her Master of SocialWork (M.S.W.) with a Concentration in Mental Health from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
She enjoys working with students on a variety of issues including crisis work, adjustment, anxiety, depression, substance abuse as well as issues related to LGB clients, gender identity, and gender expression. In working with clients,Avery takes an eclectic approach, utilizing a variety of approaches based on what best meets the needs of the clients. Outside of CAPS, she enjoys being outside, either hiking or biking, reading, and time with family and friends.