The Stone Center Counseling Service

Access to Counseling Service

We want you to be healthy, well and safe. Please contact the Counseling Service at 781-283-2839 if you need counseling support. Counseling remains available for those who are staying on campus, and for those who are going home assistance is available to help you connect with treaters at home. For students who have been treated by our prescribers we will assist you in getting medication renewal and/or with finding a prescriber back home. A secure message was sent to you on Friday, March 13.

If you are not feeling well, we urge you to consult with Health Services for medical consultation and treatment at 781-283-2810.

Effective immediately, all counseling support will be provided remotely via teletherapy, i.e. by telephone or HIPAA Compliant Zoom.

The ProtoCall after hours’ service is in effect (781-283-2839). Also, half-hour Counseling Support Sessions that you can schedule remotely via the online student portal, remain available during the weekday, up to seven days in advance.  

For referrals please access Thriving Campus via the Counseling website, or the Student Care Coordinator, Sandra Acevedo, LICSW at sacevedo@wellesley.edu.

For questions please contact the Director, Robin Cook-Nobles, Ed.D. at rcooknob@wellesley.edu.

Our Mission

The Stone Center Counseling Service fosters student's psychological resiliency and capacity to change. We support students by working collaboratively and relationally, being mindful of their diverse needs and backgrounds, encouraging self-reflection and self-acceptance. We offer students a continuum of counseling services that promote wellness, balance, acceptance of self, and connection to others.  We provide an array of developmental and mental health services and build partnerships to raise awareness and educate about emotional well-being.

We train and supervise graduate students in the field of college mental health.  We take a multidisciplinary, feminist approach, informed by the Relational Cultural Theory as well as other theories and techniques.

Services include:

  • Individual and group counseling and psychotherapy
  • Education, training and outreach
  • Consultation and advocacy
  • Crisis management, emergency services and intervention
  • Training and supervision for graduate students in the field of mental health
 

About Stone Center Counseling Services

 

 

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Questions

If you have general questions, please feel free to call (781)283-2839, Monday thru Friday from 8:30am to 4:30pm, or email Robin Cook-Nobles, Director, at rcooknob@wellesley.edu.  Please remember email is not a secure form of communication and is not appropriate for urgent or emergency situations, or for scheduling appointments.  Students can send more secure messages through the Student Portal when communicating with their counselors.

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Confidentiality

Confidentiality: No information will be released without the student's explicit knowledge or written consent, within the guidelines of professional ethics and legal principles, including to parents or other college staff or administrators.  See Your Rights and Responsibilities for further details.