UW School of Nursing
Kathleen Jennings, MC, LMHC
Kathleen Jennings, MC, LMHC is the counselor for nursing students. She provides personal, school-related, and professional counseling to undergraduate and graduate nursing students, and referrals to outside services as needed. This service is free and strictly confidential! Releasing information without your written consent would occur only as required by law, such as in response to child or elder abuse, to imminent threat of danger to yourself or others, or duly issued subpeona. No record of any counseling is made on your academic transcript or record!
Hall Health Mental Health Clinic
Hall Health provides client assessments, medication evaluations, prescriptions, and medication management, as well as family, couple, group, and individual counseling. They serve currently enrolled students (with subsidized fee rate) and the larger community.
Office of Minority Affairs
394 Schmitz Hall
The Office of Minority Affairs offers multi-ethnic counselors providing academic and career counseling, as well as, self assessment tests. Contact person: Candace Fries.
The Crisis Clinic
Outside Seattle: 1-800-621-INFO
Emotional Crisis: 206-461-3222
Outside Seattle: 1-800-244-5767
The Crisis Clinic provides 24 hour emergency assistance over the telephone for persons in emotional crisis-or any overwhelming distress, threats of violence, thoughts of suicide, or family troubles. They also provide a community information line and referral service.
401 Schmitz Hall
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The Counseling Center is staffed by psychologists and mental health counselors who provide brief counseling, assessment, referral and crisis intervention services to currently-enrolled UW students. There is no charge for most of our services.To schedule an initial appointment, please call the Counseling Center at (206) 543-1240 or stop by the Center at 401 Schmitz Hall.
If you're concerned about potential violence, contact this hotline for students, faculty, and/or staff to report threats, or to seek advice and/or counseling.