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Contact Information

Email
counselingcenter@whitworth.edu 
Please do not use the email address to request an appointment. We make appointments via telephone or in-person only.

Phone
509.777.3259
For life-threatening mental health emergencies, call 911 and contact campus security at 509.777.4444.
Fax (confidential): 509.777.4333

Location
Schumacher Hall

Counseling Center

Hours & Information

Beginning May 18, the Whitworth Counseling Center will be closed for the summer. We reopen for student appointments on September 9. For administrative assistance, email counselingcenter@whitworth.edu and someone will respond within 5-7 business days. 

Coronavirus-Specific Resources

Emotional Support Helpline for COVID-19: 1.866.342.6892

Additional resources are available on our webpages.

For information on how to decrease anxiety during times of uncertainty:

For information on handling racism stemmed from coronavirus:

About Us

The center is here to help you make the most of your Whitworth experience. We invite you to make an appointment to meet with one of our counselors to discuss your concerns. We hope we can be of assistance to you so that you may accomplish all you set out to do here at Whitworth.

There are many reasons students come to the counseling center. For example, students come to the counseling center with concerns about their relationships, health, happiness, motivation, behaviors, stress, trauma or life decisions. Meeting with a counselor is a chance to explore one's hopes and fears and to determine possible courses of action or resolution in a respectful and confidential setting.

All full-time matriculated day students are eligible to receive counseling services. Students who are not eligible to receive counseling services include graduate students, continuing education students, and those completing a BSN through the WSU College of Nursing.  Those attending the WSU College of Nursing can access mental-health support through WSU Spokane Counseling Services.

The counseling center is able to provide short-term, time-limited counseling (a maximum of 10 individual sessions per academic year) in order to offer services to as many students as possible. All counseling services are free of charge.

In addition to individual counseling, we provide relational counseling (for friends or couples), informal consultation, referrals to private care, and crisis intervention to help students gain the skills and insights they need to overcome adversity and thrive in their lives and learning.

Mission Statement

The counseling center is committed to providing high-quality, confidential, ethical and culturally affirming mental health services to Whitworth University students. The center offers group counseling, short-term individual counseling, crisis intervention, and prevention services. We are responsive to the developmental, cultural and demographic diversity of our students as they pursue their college education. As a department within the division of student life, the counseling center also provides consultation, training and outreach to the Whitworth community regarding mental health concerns.

Contact Information

Email
counselingcenter@whitworth.edu 
Please do not use the email address to request an appointment. We make appointments via telephone or in-person only.

Phone
509.777.3259
For life-threatening mental health emergencies, call 911 and contact campus security at 509.777.4444.
Fax (confidential): 509.777.4333

Location
Schumacher Hall