At WWCC, we are committed to providing a safe, healthy campus environment where students can grow, thrive and learn. As counselors, we are your partners in promoting physical and psychological health for students and staff. Counselors have advanced degrees in counseling or psychology and are licensed in the state of Washington.
Our counselors can provide assessment and coordinated responses to situations for concern for students, faculty and staff. These situations include medical, psychological
or behavior concern, students at risk of harming themselves or others, campus emergency situations that affect the well-being of students and staff, student death or significant trauma.
Counselors provide a number of services to students, staff and faculty including: personal counseling, crisis intervention, conflict meditation, career counseling, skill-building for academic success, workshops and education about mental health issues, support groups and referrals to community resource.
Counselors are here to help students by providing support to explore emotional concerns, developing new awareness and skills, and mobilizing their existing strengths, qualities and abilities. While some people who seek counseling have chronic emotional difficulties, most are dealing with normal life events and are simply in need of an objective listener – someone who doesn’t judge and who can help them see new alternatives.
Counseling is a collaborative effort between the student and his/her counselor. Our goal is to provide an open, supportive, and confidential environment for the student to address problems. Click the links below to meet our counselors.