The professional counselors in the Counseling Center have a minimum of a master's degree in counseling or social work. They use general counseling techniques that apply to clients' diverse backgrounds and unique concerns. Their solution-focused counseling assists clients with the decision-making process and with personal issues involved in the educational, career, and life-planning process.
A Counselors' Biography Sheet and disclosure with counselors' information are available at the beginning of each quarter. The part-time counseling staff can vary by quarter, but the counselors are generalists skilled at addressing personal, career, and academic concerns, as well as being skilled in specialty areas.
Note: For academic advising involving educational planning, selection of classes, information about majors and programs, the transfer process, and more, contact Advising at 425.640.1458 to find out how to meet with an adviser for expert assistance.