Concerns may include: uncomfortable with my physical appearance, obsess over what I weigh and/or what I eat, want to look physically different than I do right now.
The Office of Wellness Promotion engages students in intentional educational opportunities to cultivate life-long learning and a community of well-being. Students are engaged around topics such as alcohol, nutrition, sexual health, tobacco, and well-being.
The Office of Wellness Promotion provides Wellness Coaching which is an individualized process that empowers students to explore and practice strategies to support their health and well-being focusing on the four s’s: stress, sleep, social support, and substance use. Coaching is a short-term, action-oriented tool to help students explore their strengths and personal motivations, identify topics they want to explore, and work towards their health and well-being vision utilizing sustainable strategies in a supportive environment.
The Counseling Center offers individual, couples, and group therapy, outreach and consultation services and referral services to help coordinate your mental health care.
If you are experiencing a mental health emergency, please contact:
On-Campus - Public Safety (610) 436-3311
Off-Campus - Crisis Intervention (Exton) for community help: (610) 918-2100
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1 (800) 273-8255 (TALK)
Crisis Text Line: Text START to 741-741
The Center for Trans and Queer Advocacy supports all people within LGBTQIA+ communities. We invite all WCU community members to actively engage in exploration and education around the intersections of gender, sexuality, and other social identities. We work collectively to create an environment where trans and queer people feel supported and validated.
The Center for Women and Gender Equity actively promotes and advocates for a campus community that values the safety, equality, and intellectual advancement of women and other historically marginalized groups.