Counseling is a process of exploring thoughts, perceptions, reactions, behaviors and emotions in order to better understand oneself. Counseling can assist in reducing feelings of stress. It can improve the ability to engage in healthy decision-making, and enhance relationships with others.
Counselors offer help in addressing many situations, including but not limited to:
WCTC Counseling Services places a high priority on privacy and confidentiality.
All student appointments, personal information, and files are strictly confidential. Counseling records are NOT part of your academic records. To assure safety and follow the law, counselors may be required to share information without written consent in these rare circumstances:
During regular office hours, a counselor is available to assist students or others who are concerned about students.
Students who urgently need support after office hours are encouraged to contact 211, 414.773.0211, and toll free 1.866.211.3380. For life threatening emergencies, call 911.