The Stone Center Counseling Service

Summer 2023

Immediate Support, half-hour appointments are available for students who are physically located in the state of MA now through 9/1/2023. The purpose of these appointments is to provide students with problem-solving skills in the moment and address immediate concerns.

Note:  Ongoing counseling and psychopharmacology are not available during the Summer months.  Expanded counseling services will resume on Tuesday, September 5th, 2023.

Search Immediate Support Appointments located on our Student Portal: Schedule Online Appt here

The Stone Center is open: Mon-Fri, 8:30am-4:30pm

ProtoCall After-Hours Service is always available 24/7, 365 days a year, at (781) 283-2839 #1

For students looking to reconnect with a counselor from a previous semester for the first time this academic year, please refer to the Student Portal. For any assistance with scheduling, please contact the Stone Center at (781) 283-2839 or counseling@wellesley.edu. Counseling is now using Virtru encrypted Gmail for email communication.
 

Find information for Class of 2027 and/or incoming students here

Stone Center Counseling Service

Our Mission: The Stone Center Counseling Service fosters students’ psychological resiliency and capacity to change. We support students by working collaboratively and relationally, being mindful of their diverse needs and backgrounds, encouraging self-reflection and self-acceptance. We offer students a continuum of counseling services that promote wellness, balance, acceptance of self, and connection to others. We provide an array of developmental and mental health services and build partnerships to raise awareness and educate about emotional wellbeing. We train and supervise graduate students in the field of college mental health. We take a multidisciplinary, feminist approach, informed by the Relational Cultural Theory as well as other theories and techniques.

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Stone Center Counseling Service

Hours of Operation: Monday - Friday 8:30am-4:30pm; closed holidays

We can be reached at (781) 283-2839; or contact us at Counseling@wellesley.edu

Press 1 to speak to the Front Desk, or to speak with the Clinician of the Day (same day, urgent needs)

Press 2 to connect with Public Safety

Press 3 to leave a NON-URGENT message for the Stone Center

URGENT SUPPORT: ProtoCall is in effect 24/7, 365 days a year for students in the U.S. This service is intended for brief supportive counseling when students feel they cannot wait for a scheduled appointment, or it is after business hours and they really need to connect with a counselor.

Self-Help Resources

View our 2023 Spring Into Wellness Video here

More Tools

AAPI Mental Health Resource

Bystander Intervention Training

Coping Tips for Testing Positive for Covid-19 

Tips on Reducing Stress                     

Managing the Impact of Racial Trauma

Black History Month 2022: Honoring Self-Care, Soul-Care & Self-Love Video

Mental Health Resources for Black Individuals & Communities

Cultivating Your Inner Friend Video

Wellesley College Student Health Insurance Plan (SHIP)

Local Pharmacy Info

Overview of Helpful Insurance Information

Insurance Member ID Lookup

Campus Partners
Office of Intercultural Education
Office of Student Wellness
Health Service
Office of Religious and Spiritual Life (ORSL)

Additional Resources
JED Foundation
The Steve Fund
Active Minds: Faculty Resource Guide

 

Be Well, Be Safe!
For questions, feel free to contact the Director of the Counseling Service:

Robin Cook-Nobles, Ed.D.|rcooknob@wellesley.edu |Office: 781.283.2839 | Fax: 781.283.3769

Dial 988 for the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline provides 24/7, free and confidential emotional support to people in suicidal crisis or emotional distress across the United States. The Lifeline is administered by the nonprofit Vibrant Emotional Health and funded by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA). The Lifeline is effective in reducing suicidal and emotional distress.

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