If you are currently experiencing a crisis situation, please call 911 or contact CRISIS CONNECTIONS: 1-866-427-4747 (24-HR Crisis Line)!
Summer Quarter 2022 Service Update:
Counselors are providing limited educational and personal counseling services in support of students and the college. Career Counseling will not be available in summer.
Students and members of the community interested in career counseling are encouraged to enroll in HDC 100 Career Planning and Personal Evaluation during fall quarter. More info about the course can be accessed in the class schedule under the ‘Human Development’ subject tab.
Requests for consultation and/or non-emergency educational and personal counseling appointments should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org. College employees should consult/follow up with their supervisor during immediate/crisis needs.
***Note: students threatening self-harm or harm to others need immediate crisis support. Please call 911 in these situations and follow up with campus security at 206-235-0911.***
Summer availability is as follows:
22th , 23rd, 28th (all 3 days are in person availability, 9am-3pm)
19th, 20th, 21st, 25th (all 4 days virtual appointments only)
10th (in person availability, 9am-3pm)
17th (in person availability, 9am-3pm),
6th (in person availability, 9am-3pm)
8th (in person availability, 9am-3pm)
Counselors are faculty members who help students and prospective students establish and achieve educational, career and personal goals based on a comprehensive assessment of their personalities, interests, skills, values and other resources. South Seattle College has two full-time counselors who hold master’s degrees in counseling.
South Seattle College counselors encourage students to also use the following resources for information and support:
- Dial 9-1-1 if you experience an emergency or crisis
- Dial 1-866-427-4747 for Crisis Connections 24-hour crisis line
- Dial 2-1-1 for local resources and support
- Seattle-King County Health Department
- Contact healthcare professionals through your health insurance plan.
- American Counseling Association (ACA) COVID-19 Resources
- American Psychological Association (APA) Social Distancing Considerations
- Addressing Loneliness As a Result of Social Distancing – AHIP.org
- Racism & Mental Health Resources - While this resource caters toward employees, students might also find the information useful.
- National Conference on Race and Ethnicity in Higher Education-NCORE (free on demand webinars)
- Want to do more to fight racism? TED speakers suggest ways to educate, activate and donate