Making an appointment
During regular office hours, counseling is available either in-person or by telehealth (Zoom). There is a doorbell to ring for admittance if needed.
There are multiple ways to make an appointment:
- Or just come by in person!
Please note: If you have returned home to an out of state location, CWC counselors may not be able to provide counseling due to the need to be licensed in the state the client receives services. If so, you may access a therapist through TimelyCare, which is available in all fifty states and internationally, or one of the CWC staff will assist you in locating counseling services in your area.
TimelyCare provides free - no insurance required - confidential counseling to all students upon school registration and has an average student satisfaction rating of 4.87 out of 5. Once care is requested, the average wait is only 4 minutes. Timely Care can be used 24/7, from anywhere, and sessions are encrypted for your privacy. Language options are available.
Also available through TimelyCare is a prescription savings card that can be used to save an average of 60% on brand-name and generic prescriptions.
TimelyMD has partnered with Violet, the first health equity platform, to advance health equity among college students.
A first-of-its-kind partnership in higher education, Violet works with TimelyCare providers to upskill cultural competence and deliver identity-centered care coordination, with a goal of closing disparity gaps for diverse students across the country.
In Case of Emergency
Emergency mental health or medical care?
Please call 911, or go directly to the nearest emergency room. If you are on campus, Providence St. Peter Hospital is the closest emergency room location.
Additional mental health resources and assistance - all available 24/7 and free of charge
- Call 360-754-1338, available 24/7 for mental health crisis services in Thurston, Mason and Lewis counties
- www.crisistextline.org/text-us, or text HOME to 741741
- National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-8255
Connect with the Student Health Center for emergency medical resources or head to your nearest emergency room. In an emergency, please call 911.
Looking for a graduate training opportunity?
The graduate training program at the CWC is an opportunity to develop and practice clinical and professional skills within a university setting. Our professional team of licensed mental health professionals and graduate trainees provide clinical counseling services, crisis intervention, assessment, consultation, psycho-education, wellness workshops, resource development, and support to the Saint Martin's student body.
In our graduate training program, knowledge and experience are advanced through direct clinical work with individuals and groups of students, and through multidisciplinary collaboration with the Student Health Center, Disabilities Support Services, Residence Life, Diversity & Equity Center, Public Safety, Academic Advising and other departments as needed. Community resources and care coordination is provided for students requiring specialized or longer-term treatment. All services are confidential and free to students enrolled at Saint Martin's.