COVID-19 Notice

Although in-person sessions are temporarily suspended due to COVID-19, the Counseling Center is available for remote services. We can be reached by phone at (360) 650-3164 from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., and our after-hours crisis support is available at all other times by calling (360) 650-3164 and pressing or saying “1.” 

Counseling Center

The Counseling Center provides clinical and outreach services for currently enrolled WWU students. We utilize a multiple pathways to healing model. Students may participate in consultations, workshops, and intensive group therapy & intensive brief individual therapy sessions. Visit our Multiple Pathways to Healing page or our Scope of Services page for more information.

A Message from the Staff of the Counseling Center

The Counseling Center joins in the collective grief and anger surrounding yet another example of racial injustice and anti-Blackness in America. While we continue to mourn the death of Breonna Taylor and work boldly to confront a pandemic of racism and systemic oppression, we are reminded of the physical, mental, and emotional toll racial trauma has on Black students and Students of Color. For those needing support, we are here for you. If you are struggling right now, know there are resources available to help care for yourself and your community.

A Message from Dr. Ledbetter, the Executive Director of Counseling, Health and Wellness Services

Featured programs

The Counseling Center is excited to offer a variety of virtual outreach programs, wellness workshops, and support groups winter quarter. Stay tuned and in the meantime, sign-up for our BeWell newsletter or follow Counseling, Health & Wellness on Instagram @bewellwwu.

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February is Beat the Blues month!
Click here to see the events schedule!

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Monday, February 22nd
2:00 -3:30 p.m.

A drop-in virtual space for veteran and veteran dependent students to find support via social connection and consultation with a Counseling Center staff therapist. This is an opportunity for students to access information and resources to support their mental health and well being without engaging in formal counseling. 

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Tuesday, February 23rd
6:30 - 8:00 p.m.

Led by queer sex educators from WWU and Planned Parenthood, this informative discussion about sex & health for queer folks will include what most sex ed leaves out.

Registerfor Mood Boost

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Wednesday, February 24th
3:00 - 4:00 p.m.

Hear from Tonya, one of our staff therapists and learn the basics of mindfulness practice and gain tools for managing stress and anxiety – especially useful during this time!


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Thursday, February 25th
12:00 - 1:20 p.m.

This program will engage male-identifying students in contemporary conversations on masculinity and the intersections with mental health, social connection, emotional understanding, and more! Join Jon Barry, Mental Health Counselor, for any of our conversations around masculinity with goals of encouraging self-reflection, building community, and establishing social connection during times of physical distancing. 



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