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Mental Health and Well-being

Anytime. Anywhere. For All Students.

Regardless of where you are with your own mental health, these resources can help. They are for any student who is

  • proactively seeking ways to maintain their health, 
  • deciding whether they need or want professional help,  
  • waiting for or in between appointments with a mental health professional,  
  • or those who just need an occasional check-in or reminder. 

These services are made for YOU. You may need them once, you may need them all the time. Whatever works for you. 

Counseling Services

Meet Chett Hill, WSU’s 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 offers 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.

WSU Everett students can contact Chett directly to set up their appointments, no need to let anyone at WSU Everett know that you are seeing Chett. Please contact Chett at or 206-650-5910

Additional Everett Resources

Counseling and Psychological Services
Provides confidential counseling services to WSU students.

Employee Assistance Program 
Provides WSU employees counseling, education, and consultation services.

Safety and Security 

Student Care Committee 
Supports students who need assistance by connecting them to resources that can help.

Title IX Liaison 
Works with CRCI on student conduct cases involving discrimination, sexual harassment, and sexual misconduct.

Office of Civil Rights Compliance and Investigation 
Intake office for complaints of discrimination, discriminatory harassment, sexual harassment, and sexual misconduct.

Office for Community Standards 
Addresses violations of community standards for students.

Office of Student Services 
Provides students with career and academic support, financial aid and scholarship guidance, social opportunities, Title IX reporting, and health and wellness services.

Office of the University Ombudsman 
Serves as an impartial and neutral resource to assist all members of the university community.


Better Help
Confidential counseling services available to students on WSU student insurance.

Domestic Violence Services of Snohomish County 
Confidential support for victims of domestic violence.

Everett Crime Victim Services 

Everett Police Department 

Northwest Justice Project Free Legal Hotline 

Providence Everett Medical Center 
Confidential patient and family medical care.

Snohomish County Legal Services 

Snohomish Crisis Line 

YWCA Pathways for Women
Provides comprehensive domestic violence services for survivors in need.