Why should you make an appointment with Student Coaching & Care?
- You are not sure how to handle a situation that is affecting you emotionally, physically, academically or otherwise.
- You would like to discuss options for staying in school while dealing with a complex situation.
- You would like to discuss options for taking a break from school while dealing with a complex situation.
- You would like to discuss or receive information about on- and- off- campus resources.
Why should you make a referral?
- You are concerned about a student’s ability to cope with a situation they are dealing with (loss of a family member, end of relationship, rejection from major, financial hardship, etc.).
- You have noticed a decline in grades, appearance or social interaction.
- A student is dealing with a difficult situation without any clear support (unable to rely on family, not in residence halls, isolated socially, etc.).
- You are concerned about a significant change in behavior or appearance in a student
Please email email@example.com or call 206.543.2684 to make an appointment or to discuss your situation and relevant resources.
Other Campus Resources
If you are concerned about a student’s apparent anxiety or depression, there are resources on campus that can help:
The Counseling Center, located in Schmitz Hall, is free to matriculated students. Call 206.543.1240 or visit their page to find out more.
Hall Health Mental Health, located at Hall Health Primary Care Center accepts insurance and is open to all students. Visit their page for more information.
Whether you need help picking a school that is the best fit, are looking for tips on managing stress once on campus, or want guidance in making a smooth transition for a student dealing with an issue like depression, this site has the tools and information you need. The Transition Year is an online resource center to help parents and students focus on emotional health before, during and after the college transition. Visit: Transition Year
Anonymous mental health screening tools to assess your current state of mental health are available at at ULifeline, a website dedicated to college students seeking information about common emotional health issues, warning signs of problems and resources including immediate steps you can take to start addressing concerns.
Health & Wellness is committed to promoting respect, the understanding and appreciation of differences and the constructive expression of ideas. Health & Wellness provides services to all students with respect to their identity, race, color, creed, religion, national origin, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, disability or socioeconomic status.