Being a healthy college student means having confidence and energy to live each day to its fullest. Good emotional and physical health is achievable when people care about themselves and each other, when people make decisions and practice skills to enhance well-being, and when people respect each other as unique individuals.
Counseling, Health, and Wellness Services is dedicated to assisting you in sustaining good emotional and physical health, and to providing care, guidance, and resources when needed. Our services are available to assist you with whatever psychological obstacles or physical ailments arise while you are at Western. We can provide information and assistance about ways to care about your own health and to maintain your overall well-being so that you may achieve your personal, academic, and career goals. We invite you to take advantage of our services.
The Counseling Center provides students with a variety of resources designed to assist with academic progress and personal development. Counseling services include individual counseling, group counseling, and mental health services. Old Main 540, Phone: 360-650-3164
The Student Health Center provides as broad a range of care as you would find in a family practice physician's office. A team of physicians, nurse practitioners, nurses, medical assistants, and health counselors staff the Health Center. Campus Services, Phone: 360-650-3400
Prevention and Wellness Services (PWS) offers Western students opportunities to get involved in improving their own health and the health of their community. PWS provides assistance to students who may face specific challenges to their well-being such as alcohol and drug concerns or sexual assault, and PWS offers numerous professional and peer-led programs that can help you achieve high-level wellness. Old Main 560, Phone: 360-650-2993