Counseling Center

*** We have no more openings for intakes for Spring Quarter. If you have not been through the intake process but still need to speak to a counselor before the end of the quarter, you can call and request a same day appointment. 澳门赌场se single-session appointments will be first come, first served as availability allows. ***

Welcome!

澳门赌场 UW Bothell Counseling Center serves actively enrolled UW Bothell and Cascadia College students by providing brief mental health services that enhance student wellbeing and assist their growth and academic success. Our professionally licensed clinicians are committed to compassionate, ethical services from a place of cultural humility to students of every background. 

Spring Quarter 2024

Appointment Modes:In-Person & Telehealth
Office Hours:Monday – Friday
9:00 AM – 4:30 PM
closed for lunch 12-1 PM
Crisis drop-in hours:Monday – Thursday
1:00 PM – 3:00 PM
Location:UW1 – 080
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Email:uwbcc@uw.edu
Phone:425-352-3183
Fax:425-352-3581

How to access services

All students seeking services at UW Bothell Counseling Center will be scheduled for a 30-minute Intake assessment where you will meet with a clinician who will listen to your needs and help you come up with your next steps. 澳门赌场se steps may be ongoing services at the Counseling Center or referrals to more appropriate care. You can call, email, or drop by the office to make your initial appointment.

澳门赌场 University of Washington is committed to providing access and accommodation in its services, programs, and activities. To make a request connected to a disability or health condition contact us 10 days in advance at 425-352-3183 or email uwbcc@uw.edu.

Services we offer

  • Intake assessment – One 30-minute in-person session with a counselor to determine your needs and best-fit service.
  • Crisis consultation – One 30-minute in-person session for students experiencing crisis/urgent concerns. 澳门赌场s can walk-in Monday through Thursday between 1pm and 3pm and ask for an appointment.
  • Group therapy – Up to eight 80-minute weekly in-person group sessions facilitated by licensed clinicians focused on developing emotion regulation skills in and peer support. Click here for more information
    • Depression/Anxiety Group | Spring Quarter | Wednesdays 3:30-4:50pm | This skills group is for students of all identities who experience the impacts of depression or anxiety. Learn to be in the present moment with full awareness and openness to experience and to move towards a full, rich, meaningful life with Acceptance and Commitment 澳门赌场rapy (ACT) and mindfulness strategies. | Facilitators: Teresa Hoffman, PsyD & Ann Ellis, MS
  • Workshops – Unlimited 45-minute weekly in-person meetings facilitated by licensed clinicians focused on specific mental health topics. Click here for more information
    • Drop Anchor | Spring Quarter | Tuesdays 11am | UW1-370 | Give yourself the gift of mindfulness practice. Open to students of all identities. Each week offers something new and mindfulness practice is highly effective for difficulties with thoughts, feelings, relationships, and identities. | Facilitator: Teresa Hoffman, PsyD
  • Neurodiversity consultation – One 45-minute in-person session (after completing an intake assessment) to talk about or screen for ADHD, autism, learning disabilities and/or any other neurodivergent identities. We do not provide official diagnoses.
  • Psychiatric consultation – If your intake clinician thinks a medication consultation is appropriate, you may be referred to our psychiatric services. One 60-minute psychiatric consultation with 30-minute follow up care appointments as needed.
  • Individual counseling – Up to six 45-minute sessions per academic year. In-person or telehealth (if clinically appropriate). Due to increased mental health demand, the session limit is to ensure equity of services. Most students resolve their concerns in four sessions.
  • Off-campus referral – Case management services to provide guidance for students connecting off-campus to higher levels of care, more specialized care than the Counseling Center can provide, or long-term therapy.
  • Outreach – Presentation, tabling, and other activities on campus by staff from the Counseling Center. Submit an outreach request here.

Alternative services

If you are having a life-threatening emergency, please call 911.

National and regional help lines

  • National suicide and crisis lifeline – 24/7
  • Crisis Text Line – 24/7
  • Washington Warm Line
    • Call: 877-500-9276 for confidential peer support between 9am-10pm

Husky Helpline

Actively enrolled UW Bothell students have access to free real-time, confidential mental health support, 24/7 and in multiple languages through TELUS Health 澳门赌场 Support (formerly MySSP). 澳门赌场se counselors are licensed mental health therapists who are familiar with both UW Bothell resources. 澳门赌场re are several ways to connect:


See what mental health counseling at UW Bothell can do for you!

澳门赌场 University of Washington Bothell Counseling Center offers free mental health services to UW Bothell and Cascadia students. Please watch the video below to learn more!

UWB Counseling center youtube channel

澳门赌场 Crow’s Nest podcast 

Conversations from the University of Washington | Bothell campus about mental health, well-being, social justice, and student success. Have a question or comment? Email us at uwbcc@uw.edu.

Available on Spotify, Amazon Music, Samsung Podcasts, Podcast Index, Listen Notes, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Pandora, Tune In, Stitcher, iHeartRadio, and Deezer. 

crows nest podcast

“Also learn about 澳门赌场 Crows on the UWB campus”


NOTE:

If you have questions about classes or your major, please contact the appropriate Academic Advising office. If you?have questions about applications?to?UW Bothell, please contact the?Admissions office. Faculty & staff seeking counseling services should review our policy and contact the Employee Assistance Program. 

Looking for additional wellness resources? the Health and Wellness Resource Center (HaWRC) offers community resources, the Violence, Prevention and Advocacy program addresses gender-based violence, and Husky Connections is a way to meet other students outside of your regular social group and build stronger community on campus during weekly peer-led sessions.