The UWB Counseling Center offers short-term (up to 6 sessions) mental health counseling free of charge to UW Bothell and Cascadia College students registered in the current quarter. We provide mental health-related services to facilitate students’ adjustment to college and their personal and psychological growth.
||Required during sessions
|Appointment Mode(s) offered
||In-person and Telehealth
||Monday - Friday: 9 AM - 4:30 PM
Services we offer
Individual counseling – 45-minute intake appointment followed by 6 sessions per academic year. If pre-determined, you may use Telehealth services with our HIPAA-certified Zoom link.
Crisis consultation – 30-minute session for students experiencing crisis/urgent concerns. Students can walk-in and ask for an appointment.
UWB has partnered with MySSP to give students access to real-time, confidential mental health support, 24/7 and in multiple languages. MySSP counselors are licensed mental health therapists who are familiar with UWB resources. There are several ways to connect:
- Phone: Call 1-866-743-7732
- If calling from outside the U.S. or Canada, dial 001-416-380-6578.
- Online chat: Chat with a MySSP counselor on the MySSP website or on the MySSP app (Apple App Store | Google Play)
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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.
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