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Counseling Services

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Counseling Services assists students with their mental health and wellness needs so that they may be successful in their academic pursuits.  In a safe, confidential, environment students are encouraged to share thoughts and emotions, explore issues of concern, gain awareness and insight, and expand skills in efforts to create positive change.   

Services are available to all Wentworth students free of charge on a short-term basis as determined by individual need. Counselors are sensitive to issues of age, race, gender, ethnic background, religion, sexual orientation, citizenship and disability.

Support services include:

  1. Short-term individual counseling
  2. Crisis management
  3. Weekday walk-in hours

    For brief check-ins from 11am-12pm and 3pm-4pm

  4. Group counseling and workshops 

    Check the current Group counseling and workshops listings

  5. BeWellatWIT

    Free 24/7 telephonic counseling by calling 617-989-4390  and selecting option #2

  6. Referrals to off-campus treatment providers

    For specialized treatment,  long-term counseling, and/or medication evaluation/management

Schedule an appointment

To begin the process please call 617-989-4390 or come into the Center for Wellness located in Watson Hall 003. We are open Monday to Friday from 8:15am to 4:45pm.

For other questions please email counseling@wit.edu.

For emergencies, please call Wentworth Public Safety at 617-989-4444 or dial 911.

For more resources visit bewellwit.com, Be well at wit 617-989-4390 select option 2 or download our mobile app

Confidentiality Policy

Counseling Services ensures the confidentiality of every student session in compliance with Massachusetts privacy laws. Information disclosed during a session may only be released with the students written consent authorizing the Center for Wellness to release information to specified parties.

  • Massachusetts State Laws confidentiality exceptions 

    However, there are some circumstances under which, according to Massachusetts State Laws, confidentiality cannot be maintained. Such circumstances include the following:

    If a counselor reasonably believes a student poses imminent physical or psychological danger to themselves or others. If necessary, the counselor may need to have the student transported to a hospital for psychiatric care.

    The counselor is considered a mandated reporter under the law and must notify appropriate government agencies if they reasonably believe that a child, a disabled person or an elderly person is suffering injury as a result of abuse or neglect.

    If ordered to release information by a court of law.

    If a family member, faculty, staff or friend is concerned about a student's safety they should contact the Center for Wellness (617) 989-4390 or contact Public Safety (617) 989-4444.