Committed to your Well-Being

Committed to your Well-Being

The decision to seek professional help is often a very difficult one. Whatever your motivations are for seeking help, Counselors are dedicated to promoting the emotional well-being of students by recognizing individuality, diversity, and the person's inherent ability to manage everyday challenges and achieve life goals.  

Appointments are in person or virtual (Zoom video). Masks may be required for in-person appointments.

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Please connect with the Welcome Center to get started at OC or the Advising Center for advisement. 

When you are ready are ready to meet with an OC counselor about personal or career counseling, contact us directly by email to set a day and time to meet. Please provide the following information in your message: 

  1. Your full name
  2. Your cell phone and ID number
  3. A brief description of your situation



  • Mon - Fri: Mon – Thu: 8 am – 4:30 pm, and Fri: 8 am to 1 pm, Bremerton Campus for walk-ins
  • Fri: by appointment

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Immediate Help For An Urgent Situation
  • Call 911 if you are experiencing a life-threatening emergency
  • Text HELP to 741 741 for the 24/7 Crisis Text Line
  • Call 988 for the 24/7 National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
  • Call 800-500-5513 for the 24/7 the Domestic Violence Protection Hotline  
  • Call 1-888-910-0416 for the Crisis Call Line 24/7/365 or visit


Counseling Workshops

Counseling Services offers a series of free workshops, where you will learn skills that will improve your performance in the classroom and in life. Topics include test taking skills, career and personality exploration, mindfulness and more. These workshops are free to OC students. Please register by emailing the presenter of the workshops you wish to attend.

There are currently no events scheduled.

Meet the Counselors

Meet the Counselors

Counseling Services is staffed by professional counselors who are licensed in Washington state.

Counselors have their own approaches to counseling depending on the unique needs and experiences of each student. The number of sessions are limited based on the student's goals and scope of practice of the counselors. Referral to outside resources may become necessary.