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Brown University's Office of Counseling and Psychological Services has removed its seven-session limit, according to The Brown Daily Herald.

According to Steven Rasmussen, chair of the Mental Health Community Council at Brown, "We really didn’t want to create a problem in terms of flexibility when someone needed two or three more visits and the timing was critical."

According to the Vice Provost for University Life's website, "Most students [at Penn who go to CAPS] use us for short-term therapy. The length of counseling is determined by the student and the therapist in order to meet the student's needs."

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