Counseling from individual to couples, to group and family therapy, our personal counseling staff provides a wide variety of help and services for many issues. Whenever you are experiencing life difficulties, the Counseling and Prevention Services is an appropriate resource.
Typical problems seen in the center are:
- Difficulties with family/friends
- Academic stress
- Issues with self-esteem/self-doubt
- Eating disorders/body image struggles
- General depression/unhappiness
- Negative habits
- Anger management
- Time management
- Alcohol and drug concerns
- Learning disabilities and attention problems
The Counseling and Testing Center would like to help you cope with any difficult situation. Click here to learn more about our individual therapy services and eligibility for services.
The Counseling & Testing Center partners with Student Health Services and a psychiatric medical doctor to provide psychotropic medication services to enrolled students. The current standard of care for mental health conditions includes both medication management and therapy. Therefore, a medication consultation is coordinated through the individual counselor and reserved only for clients engaged in counseling.
The staff at the Counseling and Testing Center offer a different range of groups to the campus.
Contact the Counseling and Testing Center for group offerings available at the beginning of each semester.
The Counseling and Testing Center offers a variety of opportunities for group interaction and education. We provide a variety of trainings or innovative programming to educate the WSU campus community on a variety of topics. To make an outreach request, please complete the Presentation/Table Request Form or contact Marci Young, Psy.D. at firstname.lastname@example.org. We ask that you give us two weeks' notice to accommodate scheduling.
- Stress Management
- Time Management
- Conflict resolution
- Communication Skills
- Eating Disorders, Healthy Eating, Body Image
- Suicide Prevention
- Harm Reduction with Alcohol Use
- Effects of Drugs and Alcohol
- Decision Making Skills
- Team Building
- Self Care
- Sexual Assault/Dating Violence
- Effective Supervision
- Motivating Others or Self
- Helping Troubled Students/How to help a friend
- Healthy Relationships and Boundaries
- Grieving and Loss
- Cultural Adjustment
Psychological and career assessments
Our counseling staff administers and interprets a wide range of assessment instruments.
Interest, ability, values and personality may be formally assessed in support of psychological and/or career counseling.
Click here for more information pychological and career assessments.
If you are afraid you will not be able to avoid hurting yourself or someone else, get help immediately. We have provided a list of resources and guidelines for dealing with psychological or emotional crises — information that can keep you and others safe in emergency situations. For emergency services information please click here.
For more information, contact:
Annette Santiago, Senior Administrative Assistant
320 Grace Wilkie Hall