Counseling & Wellness

Follow the paws to wellness.
135 McCoy Hall
M-F 8am-5pm

Follow the paws to wellness.
135 McCoy Hall
M-F 8am-5pm

The counselors and animals are trained in animal assisted therapy.

 Wellness is more than students in distress, we are here to teach skills. Wellness coaching can help students gain personal insight, develop healthy relationships, identify effective communication patterns and foster academic success.

Team

Bethany Colaprete

Bethany Colaprete, Ed. S., LMHC
Director of Counseling and Wellness
bethany.colaprete@wsu.edu
509-335-4709

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Note: Ringers are turned off during sessions. Please e-mail us to schedule an appointment. If you have a counseling emergency, please contact WSU Counseling and Psychological Services at (509) 335-4511 from 8 am - 5 pm week days or at (509) 335-2159.

 

About

Services Offered

  • Focused on preventative care and wellness
    • Individual counseling
    • Couples counseling
    • Life Coaching
    • Psychology of Eating Coaching
    • Staff and faculty Consultation
    • Assistance with accommodations
    • Student advocate
    • Crisis intervention and referrals
  • Focused on preventative care and wellness
  • Mentor Training
  • Collaborate with staff/faculty
  • Create curriculum
  • Off-site programming
  • Content expert
  • Healer’s Art facilitator
  • Course director
  • Senior Paper advisor
  • Club Advisor
  • SAVMA Wellness Week
  • Open House
  • Spring Break Check-In
  • Content specific workshops
  • Broad Spectrum/VOICE club
  • Student Wellness Club
  • Human Animal Bond Club
  • Euthanasia Competency Skills Month
  • AAVMCs Veterinary Mental Health Practitioner board member
  • Washington State University’s Mental Health Collaborative
  • Consults with AVMA Wellness Director regarding wellness initiatives
  • Vetmed curriculum involvement
  • • WSU WellCoug Advisory Committee
  • • Collaborates with WSU campus departments and programs
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