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Counseling Center

 

 

The hatred and violence in Charlottesville, combined with the profound weight of the day-to-day oppression that many members of our community experience, can have an enormous impact on mental health. This is a time to take care of ourselves and each other. The Counseling Center is here to support you. Please reach out if you need to talk, either on a one-time basis or for more ongoing support.

Our staff of psychologists and mental health counselors is available to provide culturally-responsive short-term counseling to students, as well as serving as a consultation and outreach resource for the entire UW community.  All UW Seattle students who are in degree-seeking programs are eligible for our counseling services.

How to Access Our Services

  • How to schedule an appointment.
  • If you are experiencing a crisis and need help right away, click here for information about crisis services.
  • Once you have seen a counselor for an initial appointment, you may be provided with a referral to an outside provider if longer-term counseling is indicated.
  • If you would like referrals to providers in the community, please contact us and a counselor will assist you.

 

To learn more, watch a brief video about mental health at the UW.