Personal Counseling

What is Counseling?

Personal Counseling is a chance to confidentially talk with an objective person who can help you learn new skills and ways of looking at situations. This can help you become more capable of solving new problems on your own in the future. Some students benefit from one or two sessions of problem-solving, while others may require more. Although counselors may differ in their approach to counseling, all have one goal in common: to help you resolve your concerns.

Samples of Issues that Students bring to Counseling:

  • Stress

  • Anxiety/Depression

  • Grief and Loss

  • Relationship Issues

  • Life Transitions

  • Personal, Professional, and Academic Goals

Campus Mental Health: Know Your Rights
The Campus Mental Health guide explains treatment options and legal protections available to students who want to seek help for mental illness or emotional disorders.

How do I make an Appointment?
Services are available to students who are currenlty enrolled in degree or certificate programs. If you are not a current LWIT student, please see find a therapist for resources in the community.

To make a counseling appointment, please call Student Development and Retention Services at (425) 739-8300 or stop by West Building Room 207.