Fall Quarter 2021 Update
The Counseling & Wellness Center is open for telehealth Monday-Friday. Our drop-in phone consultations are available Monday-Friday, 10 am-4 pm, by calling 360-650-3164. After-hours crisis support is available by calling 360-650-3164 and pressing or saying “1.” If you are interested in initiating ongoing services, you may do so by utilizing a drop-in phone consultation beginning Wednesday, September 22nd.
At Western, we believe students who are actively encouraged and supported in their efforts to be well are better able to achieve their personal and academic goals.
Our goal in the Counseling and Wellness Center is to help you discover, learn, and cultivate positive, inclusive, empowering, and sustainable wellness practices at Western and beyond.
1. Review Your Self-Care Strategies
Self-care means taking care of yourself in ways that feel best to you, focusing on your own health and well-being, and finding comfort. Review your own self-care practices by answering the following questions:
- Eating regularly?
- Getting enough sleep?
- Engaging in physical activity/movement?
- Spending time doing things you enjoy?
- Connecting with your community and support system?
- Practicing a routine/time management?
- Engaging in mindfulness/being present?
If you answered "I don't know" or "No" to any of the questions above, read on to learn more about the multiple pathways to wellness available to you through the Counseling and Wellness Center and our campus partners.
2. Check Out Our Online Resources
Independent pathways to wellness
3. Schedule a Drop-in Consultation
Guided pathways to wellness
Call us at 360-650-3164 to schedule a drop-in consultation with a counselor to help you clarify your concerns and determine what pathway or pathways to wellness may be most effective for you.
Drop-ins are available on a first-come, first-serve basis, and we do our best to connect you with a counselor the very same day!
Drop-in Hours: Monday-Friday, 10am-4pm