Health and Counseling Services

Division of Student Services

HCC building

Reed College Health and Counseling (HCC) services are available to evaluate, maintain, and promote general student health so that students may make the most of their education. The counseling staff includes psychologists, psychiatric mental health nurse practitioners, a case manager, and psychology and psychiatric nurse practitioner interns and residents. The medical staff includes physicians, nurse practitioners, registered nurses, and a medical assistant. The clinic also supports wellness with complementary care (acupuncture) and a variety of student promoted wellness activities.

Announcements

SMART Recovery

The Health and Counsiling Center is launching a new alternative substance abuse and addictive behavior recovery group.

Self Management and Recovery Training (SMART) meets Tuesdays from 5 pm - 6:30 pm in Eliot 123.

Click here for more information.

Welcome from Kate Smith, Director of Health and Counseling Services

Welcome to the Reed College Health and Counseling Center (HCC)!

The HCC offers counseling, medication consultation and management, primary care medical services, and an array of wellness services that include acupuncture and the Mind Spa (come check it out!). We also offer biofeedback instruction and consultation for stress management. Community Wellness programming continues with the Peer Health Advocate (PHA) and Night Owl programs, providing a variety of student-initiated activities and ventures.

Our hours are 9:00am to 5:00pm, Monday through Friday, with extended clinic hours (until 7:00pm) on Tuesdays.

All of the staff at the HCC wish you a healthy and successful year and encourage you to let us know if we can help you along the way.

Be well,
Kate

Useful Links

Diversity Mission Statement

The HCC embraces the inherent value of diversity and endeavors to promote a safe environment that respects and upholds the dignity and civil rights of all persons. We acknowledge the injustice and profound impact of discrimination and marginalization of individuals and groups. We strive to promote students’ ongoing academic, personal, and multicultural growth. We welcome dialogue of varying perspectives as we continue to expand our self-awareness and understanding of how diversity influences concepts of a holistic health and wellness practice.