Counseling Services

Counseling Services Mission Statement

The Mission of Counseling Services is to support students' intellectual, emotional, and social development.

Counseling Services

Kuehne Hall, suite 200

College is stressful.  Counseling Services can help.

Counseling Services commonly provides support for:

  • Adjusting to College
  • Advocating for Victims of Crime
  • Building Healthy Relationships
  • Coping with Depression
  • Improving Communication Skills
  • Managing Stress and Anxiety
  • Providing Case Management
  • Supporting the Changing Needs of Washburn's Diverse Populations

The Campus Advocate can help with:

  • Emotional Support
  • Providing Information on Victim Rights
  • Providing Referrals to Campus and Community Resources
  • Providing Information about Reporting Options
  • Navigating the Criminal Justice System
  • Going with Clients to Legal Proceedings
  • Going with Clients who want to get Medical Assistance
  • Safety Planning

All discussions are confidential, and referrals for more comprehensive assistance may be suggested when appropriate.

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Notice of Non-Discrimination

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