Call us at 413.597.2353 to access comprehensive services in the following areas:
- Crisis Response
- Walk-In Counseling Support
- Individual Psychotherapy
- Group Psychotherapy
- Psychiatric Evaluation and Treatment
One-on-One Walk-In Opportunities
Open sessions for one-on-one discussions with an IWS therapist. If something’s on your mind or in your heart and we can be of support…Let’s Talk! No appointment required–first come, first served–in locations across campus as scheduled.
Open sessions for one-on-one discussions with an IWS therapist. If something about sports, performance, or anything else is on your mind or in your heart and we can be of support…Let’s Talk! No appointment required–first come, first served–in locations across campus as scheduled.
Exploring Gender and Sexual Orientation
Join a safe space dedicated to discussing gender identity, gender expression, and sexual orientation. This once weekly drop-in group: is open to all students wanting to talk about their experiences with diverse gender or sexual identities; aims to facilitate relationship building through honest connection with peers; provides support for personal growth; and, builds community. View weekly opportunities.
Seeking Sacred Stories: Connecting through Narratives of Racial Trauma
Join this supportive community as we connect through individual and shared stories. Together, we notice and name experiences of trauma related to racial oppression. Experience your story and find your personal empowerment to own your narrative of truth.View weekly opportunities.
Thriving with Complex Emotions
Join this skills-based group geared toward more effective living and improved quality of experience – especially in managing complex feelings and situations. Learn to honor and work with your intense emotions to help you thrive, behave with intention – not reaction, all with non-judgment. Strengthen yourself and your relationships in the process.View weekly opportunities.
Understanding Yourself Through Understanding Others
Come join a group of your peers committed to personal growth and assisting each other with diverse concerns. This psychotherapy group provides a forum for students to discuss the meaningful aspects of their lives and explore relationships and dynamics as they occur in the group experience. Take this opportunity to improve self-awareness, explore dimensions of personal concerns such as anxiety and depression, and relationships of all sorts (i.e. familial, romantic, social, etc.).View weekly opportunities.