Counseling and Mental Health Resources
The more you practice, the easier it will be for you to become relaxed and unstressed at any time without using the tracks. You may download these files by right clicking the link area and selecting “Save Target As.”
Track 1: Breathe to Relax—3.06 minutes
Track 2: Warm Wave—4.57 minutes
Track 3: Muscle Relaxation -5.58 minutes
Palouse Mindfulness Stress Reduction and Wellness
A free, online 8-week Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) course offered by Dave Potter of Palouse Mindfulness in Moscow, Idaho. There is no registration or requirement that you identify yourself.
Participants increase their ability to:
- Cope with stress, pain, and the challenges of everyday life
- Deal with disturbing events with grace and composure
- Be fully present and alive in this moment
Meet Chett Hill, WSU’s new mental health counselor. Chett is a licensed mental health counselor who owns his own private practice—Northwest Psychological Consulting located in downtown Everett.
Chett offers individual psychotherapy services for high functioning adults who desire to improve their sense of well-being. He has experience in vocational counseling, and has worked in Community Mental Health non-profit settings including two years as a Drug and Alcohol Counselor. He brings a dynamic, collaborative and upbeat approach to his work.
As an institution, it is our responsibility to ensure that we meet the needs of our students. WSU Everett will be offering students three, one-on-one counseling sessions with Chett at no charge. Students must be currently enrolled at the time of seeking counseling services. After these three sessions, students will have to assume all costs for subsequent sessions.
If you have any questions about counseling services please contact Anna McLeod at email@example.com
Social Services and Health Care
- Snohomish County Human and Social Services
- Health Insurance Enrollment Options
Note: WSU Everett does not offer or provide health insurance to students
- Snohomish County Child Care Options
Walt Price Fitness Center
Walt Price Student Fitness Center located at 2206 Tower Street, near the Everett Transit Center’s College Station. The center offers many services including classrooms for physical education and health programs, basketball court, a cardio and weight training room, climbing wall, running track and a multi-purpose small gym. To use the gym, WSU Everett students must pay $50 per quarter. To find out more information about the fitness center, please click here.
Chett Hill, MA, LMHC
Northwest Psychological Consulting
2722 Colby Ave., Suite 720
Everett, WA 98290