Please feel free to call SARAH to discuss these resources and other options.
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Mental Health Counseling
Office number: 314-935-8761
Kim can be contacted through the SARAH Helpline(314-935-8080) or WUPD(315-935-5555) in emergencies (when she is not in her office).
Kim Webb is the director of the Relationship and Sexual Violence Prevention Center (RSVP Center). She is a confidential resource who provides counseling and referrals for students who have been involved in situations regarding sexual assault, rape, stalking, interpersonal violence, and related topics. Kim provides these services to all students. Some services that Kim offers specifically for survivors is helping change housing and classes, communicating with professors, and accompanying students while going to the hospital. In addition, Kim can explain legal procedures to students, along with accompanying them to the courthouse.
Student Health Services provides 8 free counseling sessions for each student per year (regardless if they are on Wash U’s insurance or their own). Individual, couples, and group counseling is available.
How to set up an appointment:
Visit SHS’s website (link above) and press “make an appointment” at the top of the page
Sign up for a mental health intake call
Schedule an in-person counseling appointment
Overview of services:
1 intake call
8 counseling sessions
Students are allowed 15 counseling sessions total in a year. Sessions after the 8 free counseling will require a co-pay for each visit.
West Campus Psychological Service Center
Location: 7 Jackson Ave
West Campus Psychological Service Center is for Wash U students on West Campus. Fees range from $15-$85 per session.
Safe connections offers free individual counseling and information. It offers other services such as healing through art groups, building effective communication groups, anger management classes, and additional services.
Alternatives to Living in Violent Environments (ALIVE)
Provident STL offers individual and group therapy, provides assistance to people who have experienced sexual assault and abuse, hosts programs for male survivors and male partners of survivors, and offers batterer intervention programs.
YWCA Women’s Resource Center (St. Louis Regional Sexual Assault Center)