Welcome to WSU Spokane Counseling Services. Our office is here to provide a safe environment to help students explore the challenges of life and learning through counseling. WSU Spokane Counseling Services also provides consultation to faculty, staff, and parents who have concerns about a student. Payment of the student health fee covers our services, so there is no additional cost.
Washington State University has formally activated its Incident Command system to provide a coordinated response to rapidly evolving developments surrounding the appearance of coronavirus disease (COVID‑19) in the United States.
As part of this response, the university now has a dedicated website featuring daily updates from the Incident Command team, including useful information relevant to the WSU community. It will serve as the primary source of official information for the WSU system. Questions, suggestions and recommendations from the WSU community can be sent to COVIDfirstname.lastname@example.org.
When you hear about a disease outbreak like coronavirus, it is normal to feel anxious or have stress responses. Here is a resource for coping with stress during an infectious disease outbreak.
WSU Health Sciences Counseling Service offices are closed during the COVID-19 crisis; however, our counselors are providing telemental health services during this crisis. You can make an appointment by filling out this form, or calling 509-358-7740. If you need immediate assistance or are in crisis, please call the WSU Health Sciences Crisis line at 509-368-6500 (available 24 hours/day).
If you or someone you know is in crisis and needs immediate assistance from medical professionals or the police, call 911.
If you are in crisis and need to speak with someone and it is after regular business hours (8:00 A.M. – 5:00 P.M.), or a holiday, or weekend, call the WSU Health Sciences Spokane Crisis Line at 509-368-6500.
To Make an Appointment with a Counselor for WSU Health Sciences students, either call 509-358-7740 during regular business hours, or complete the Counseling Request Form.
If someone you know is in crisis
The best thing to do is to consult with Counseling Services (509-358-7740).
Professional consultation will help you determine how you can best help the person you are concerned about. Often, your referral will result in a consultation appointment with our professional counseling staff.
It is a policy of Counseling Services to respond as quickly as possible to crisis calls regarding students, faculty and staff. Your call to the above number will be answered by a trained staff member who will then have counseling staff contact you to discuss your concerns.
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