Concerned about a friend? Feeling anxious or down? Questions about counseling? Talk with a Counselor about your options at Let's Talk!
“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.
Let’s Talk consultations are ...
- FREE for SPU undergraduate students
- Offered first-come, first-served (no appointment necessary)
- Typically about 15–20 minutes in length
- Informal, and not a substitute for counseling
- Not appropriate for urgent concerns or mental health emergencies
Let’s Talk is not a substitute for counseling and does not constitute mental health treatment. Let’s Talk counselors can listen to specific problems, help explore solutions, and introduce you to what it’s like to speak with a member of our staff. Please refer to our FAQs below for more details.
Other options for care from SCC include individual counseling, group counseling, relationship counseling, and nutritional counseling. In a crisis while on campus, please call 206-281-2911 (x2911 from a campus phone), or 911 off campus, or call the 24-hour King County Crisis Line at 866-427-4747.
Winter 2021: Let's Talk
Beginning Jan. 12, Let’s Talk is offered via Zoom, every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from from 3 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. The last session of Winter 2021 is March 18, 2021.
To find the Zoom link and more information, please log in to Engage, and visit the link below:
Tuesdays - Nicole Lincoln
Wednesdays - Erica Miles
Thursdays - Tamura Turney
Disclaimer: While we strive to ensure the confidentiality of Let’s Talk sessions, there are privacy risks associated with any online platform.
How it works: Click the relevant link to access a Zoom meeting with a counselor. Students are seen individually for a 15- to 20-minute consultation on a first-come, first-served basis. There may be a wait in the virtual waiting room if the counselor is seeing another student. Please wait, and we will be with you as soon as we can.
Questions about Let’s Talk? Please contact Nicole Lincoln at email@example.com.
Let’s Talk is not designed to be a crisis service. If you need to speak with someone more urgently, please utilize the campus and community resources listed at spu.edu/administration/student-counseling-center/emergency-assistance.
The Let‘s Talk program at SPU is based in part on the Let’s Talk program at Cornell University. With permission, some of the material describing this program has been adapted from the Cornell University Let’s Talk website.