On Campus Resources: 

Student Career and Counseling Center

Counseling & Student Success (CSS)

Parks Student Union, 3rd Floor



Online Resources: (online counseling option)

Visit Washington State Community Connectors:

Tara Brach, PhD, offers free guided meditations for different focuses. She has blended Western Psychology and Eastern spiritual practices to create an experience of mindfulness that is calming and healing. Click here for a direct link to her website. 

Resources available by mobile phone/text:

National Suicide Prevention Hotline: 


24 Hour Regional Crisis Line


Crisis Text Line


Need Support Now?

If you or someone you know is struggling or in crisis, help is available. Call or text 988 or chat 

For more information on what Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is and how it might help you, take a look here from the Mayo Clinic. 

A large blue background with the heading "Help is 3 numbers away" and outlines of three phones with the numbers 911 for medical, fire, or crime emergencies. 988 for mental health or suicidal emergencies, 211 for housing and other financial related concerns.

Resources for Specific Concerns:

Trevor Lifeline for LGBTQIA

Call @ 1-866-488-7386 

Text @ 678-678

Live Chat:

American Psychiatric Nurses Association:

Ponte, K. (2022, April 15). Developing effective anti-stigma interventions. National Alliance on Mental Illness. Retrieved April 16, 2022 from 

World Health Organization (2022, June 17). Mental health: Strengthening our response. Retrieved from

Annie Kotowicz is an autistic woman who was diagnosed late in life and shares her journey of self-discovery - looking back through her life with a different perspective and learning to understand so much about her life experiences in such a clear and logical way you can't help but understand the inner workings of an autistic mind you may not otherwise see. 

National Association of Mental Illness: 

You are NOT alone if you have a mental illness or struggle with your mental health. There are resources available and SO MUCH research to support you. 

Self-Care for New and Student Nurses: Book and Workbook

This book is chock full of information, insights, and tools to take care of yourself as a student nurse or a new nurse. Look it up! They have a workbook you can write in to work through their suggestions and ideas or a book you can read through and take notes for yourself. 

Fontaine, D.K., Cunningham, T., May, N. (2021). Self-care for new and student nurses. Dustin Sullivan. 

Self-care for New and Student Nurses book can be found here:

Self-care for New and Student Nurses workbook can be found here:

Now, it wouldn't be a scholarly project without a list of references, so here ya go:

Please hold, references being updated...