Student Counseling Center

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Upcoming Winter Quarter 2021 Counseling

The Student Counseling Center will continue virtually in January 2021


Contact Us (link will return in Winter quarter)

We hope that your Winter break provides important rest and recovery. We will resume our full services in 2021. Until then explore our website for any helpful resource and referral information or reach us via email or phone for immediate question during open business hours.


The Student Counseling Center provides free and confidential counseling to SPU undergraduate students. We offer support to the SPU community by way of consultation, referrals and campus engagement. All services are designed to support student wellness. 

We are staffed by professional licensed counselors, a registered dietician, professional graduate student interns and professional counseling externs. 

We strive to provide all services with compassion, respect, and sensitivity to the uniqueness of each concern and diversity of each student. 

Clinical services

individual counseling

Individual Counseling

Relationship Counseling

Relationship Counseling

Group Therapy

Group Therapy

Nutritional Counseling

Nutritional Counseling

Resources for

Referrals and Mental Health

Referrals and Mental Health

Concerned Faculty, Staff & Family

Concerned Faculty, Staff & Family

University Outreach & Education

University Outreach & Education

Let

“Let’s Talk” is a virtual drop-in service that offers informal, confidential consultation with a counselor from the Seattle Pacific University Student Counseling Center. 

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Coping during COVID-19

Black mental health matters

BIPOC Resources

After-Hour Crisis Support

SPU Safety and Security

King County 24-hour crisis line

Because you care

If you are concerned about the health of an SPU student, please reach out for support on his or her behalf. The Student Support form is an immediate way to alert care teams who can help.

Student Support form