If you are not feeling well mask up and either reschedule your appointment or move it online.
The Campus, including the Counseling Center, will be closed the following dates: March 8th, April 18th, May 27th, and June 19th.
We are open for remote/video (online) and in-person (on-campus) appointments Monday – Friday.
As counselors, we are here to support you, and we:
Bellevue College mental health counseling sessions are available in-person (on-campus) and remotely.
We are currently experiencing high demand for services and are scheduling appointments 1 – 3 weeks out. We are also experiencing staffing shortages, which may make responses and wait times longer. We appreciate your patience.
Other Campus Resources:
Academic Advising – questions about class scheduling/registration, degree options, university transfer, etc. or call 425 564 2212.
Academic Standing – questions about Academic Probation, Restriction, Dismissal etc.
New or prospective students (Welcome Center)
Free 24-hour crisis support via phone.
Crisis Text Line
Free 24-hour crisis support via text message.
Text HEAL to 741741 to get started
LifeWire: 24-Hour Helpline: 425-746-1940 or 800-827-8840
King County Sexual Assault Resource Center: 24-Hour Resource Line: 888-998-6423
For students residing outside of the State of Washington, the counselors can only provide consultation, resource, and referral services.
The link below provides multilingual videos by some of the counselors talking about the services of the BC Counseling Center.
English Language Counseling Services Video for English Language Learners by Steven Martel
English Language Counseling Services Video for Advanced English Language Learners by Steven Martel
Mandarin Language Counseling Services Video by Yu-ting Su
Vietnamese Language Counseling Services by Kattie Dang
The links below provide multilingual videos by some of the counselors talking about the services of the BC Counseling Center.
We can also work with you to find a counselor in the community who speaks your language.
Below is a growing list of on demand videos created by the BC Counseling Center on a range of mental health related topics. These videos are open to the public. Feel free to watch these on your own, with a class, or embed in Canvas.
All videos are closed captioned.
Test taking can bring up a lot of different emotions for many people, including anxiety. This 16-minute video discusses how our thoughts (cognitions) can have a large impact on our anxiety and a 4-step model to overcome test anxiety.
Living in the Pacific Northwest, especially during the long and grey winter months can have a big impact on our mood. This 10-minute video provides an overview of the relationship between the weather and our mood as well as some tips to help you cope.
Grief is a universal experience that occurs from loss. This 14-minute video provides a review of what is loss and grief, the impacts of grieving, how to help yourself and others through grief, as well information on campus and community resources.
Thank you for meeting with one of BC’s counselors. Please select your counselor from the list below and take a few minutes to complete an anonymous evaluation of your session. Your feedback is important to us.