The Counseling & Testing Center will move to Brennan Hall II today (Monday, July 21) and Tuesday, July 22. Because of the move, the center will be closed through Thursday, July 24. In the
event of an emergency or mental health crisis, call University Police at 978-3450 and Counseling & Testing Center staff will be notified immediately. In addition, the center's main number,
978-3440, will be checked frequently in order to serve faculty and staff with questions or other concerns.
Counseling from individual to couples, to group and family therapy, our personal counseling staff provides a wide
variety of help and services for many issues. Whenever you are experiencing life difficulties, the Counseling and Testing Center is an appropriate resource.
Typical problems seen in the center are:
- Difficulties with family/friends
- Academic stress
- Issues with self-esteem/self-doubt
- Eating disorders/body image struggles
- General depression/unhappiness
- Negative habits
- Anger management
- Time management
- Alcohol and drug concerns
- Learning disabilities and attention problems
The Counseling and Testing Center would like to help you cope with any difficult situation.
A consulting ARNP is available to clients where medication may be helpful. The consultation is coordinated through the individual counselor and only for Counseling Center clients.
The Counseling and Testing Center offers a variety of opportunities for group interaction and education. Check out our popular monthly seminar entitled "Words for Wellness" where several mental health topics are presented and discussed at the WSU main campus. Watch campus bulletin
boards and the "Sunflower" for opportunities to participate.
- Stress Management
- Time Management
- Helping Troubled Students/How to help a friend
- Conflict resolution
- Communication Skills
- Eating Disorders, Healthy Eating, Body Image
- Suicide Prevention
- Harm Reduction with Alcohol Use
- Effects of Drugs and Alcohol
- Decision Making Skills
- Team Building
- Self Care
- Sexual Assault
- Dating Violence
- Effective Supervision
- Motivating Others or Self
- Test Taking Skills
- Study Skills
- Healthy Relationships and Boundaries
- Grieving and Loss
- Cultural Adjustment
Psychological and career assessments
Our counseling staff administers and interprets a wide range of assessment instruments. Interest, ability, values and personality may
be formally assessed in support of psychological and/or career counseling.
For more information, contact:
Wanda Holt, Office Manager
318 Grace Wilkie Hall