Counseling and Wellness Center

Are you a WWU graduate student who wants to learn about imposter syndrome and how it may affect the graduate student experience? Join us at Western Libraries on Tuesday, October 18, 2022 at 3:00 p.m. in HH210 (in the Hacherl Research & Writing Studio) for a workshop facilitated by the…

Ten students from WWU’s Black & Brown Male Success Collective (BBMSC) attended Clemson University’s Men of Color National Summit hosted April 21-22 in Greenville, South Carolina.

The theme of the conference was Building Bridges to Success for African-American and Hispanic Males.…

Western's Counseling and Wellness Center will host a training for faculty and staff to assist with students who may be in crisis.

Created by the JED Foundation, this training, called "You Can Help a Student," includes a general overview of mental health issues in college and the…

Western’s Counseling and Wellness Center invites you to join us in observing Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM) throughout the month of April.

SAAM is a month devoted to raising awareness about sexual violence, educating communities on how to prevent it, and promoting prevention…

The Counseling and Wellness Center is excited to partner with the AS Outdoor Center and Recreation Management and Leadership Program to offer Western students an opportunity to build positive peer connections and get outside this Spring. The Outdoor Wellness Program pairs Western students with…

The invasion of Ukraine by Russian forces has impacted communities worldwide, introducing a new level of uncertainty. We may be asking ourselves what the future holds, what should we be doing, and how can we help. It is okay to feel stressed, anxious, sad, scared, and angry.

The…

The Counseling and Wellness Center invites you to Beat the Blues this week and beyond with virtual events, care packages for Western students, self-care downloads, and mental health support resources. Visit https://cwc.wwu.edu/blues to learn more, and follow @BeWellWWU on Instagram. 

Throughout January, the Counseling and Wellness Center invites Western students to participate in Dry(ish) January. Dry(ish) January is shorthand for going substance-free during the month of January, which includes taking a break from alcohol, cannabis, and other substances in order to…

Western’s Counseling and Wellness Center invites the campus community to join in a special event Wednesday, Nov. 3, to celebrate the University’s adoption of the Okanagan Charter and plans for a Healing Garden installation at Academic West.

The event and reception will kick off…

Led by staff in the Student Health Center, Counseling and Wellness Center, and LGBTQ+ Western, student services colleagues have created a Gender-Affirming Care Team to best coordinate holistic health and wellness care for gender-diverse students. Services provided include: …

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