Seeking Support? We're Here to Help!

Are you facing challenges, feeling overwhelmed, or simply need someone to talk to? Our Mental Health Counseling Services are available to provide you with the support you need.

  • Free and Confidential: Rest assured that our counseling services are completely free of charge, and your privacy is our utmost priority. Your sessions will be held in a safe and confidential space.
  • Professional Guidance: Our experienced and compassionate counselors are here to listen, understand, and support you through difficult times. They are trained to provide guidance, coping strategies, and personalized solutions to help you navigate your challenges.
  • Wide Range of Support: Whether you're dealing with stress, anxiety, depression, relationship issues, or any other mental health concern, our counselors are equipped to assist you. We offer individual counseling sessions tailored to your specific needs.
  • Culturally Sensitive: We respect and embrace diversity in all its forms. Our counselors have experience working with individuals from various backgrounds and cultures, ensuring an inclusive and culturally sensitive approach to counseling.
  • Easy Access: Booking a counseling session is simple. Just reach out to our office, and we will schedule an appointment that works for you. We are here to support you on your journey to better mental health.

Don't face your challenges alone. Take advantage of our free and confidential Mental Health Counseling Services. Remember, seeking support is a sign of strength. Let us be a part of your healing process.

For more information or to schedule an appointment:

  • Complete this form and we will get back to you or reach out to the student within 48 hours: RTC Behavioral Health Questionnaire
  • Call 425-235-6635 and leave a message with your information
  • Email and ask us to call you (please don’t leave sensitive information in an email).


When is a good time to meet with Behavioral Health? During the temporary college closure, we are offering services via phone and video calls from 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. 

Type Focus
We are happy to have students schedule to meet with us for the following concerns:
  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Coping Skills
  • Life Events
  • Resources
We are happy to meet with a student right away (crisis) for the following reasons:
  • Thoughts/reports/ideas of harming themselves (Suicidal Ideation)
  • Thoughts/reports/ideas of harming others (Homicidal Ideation)
  • Drastic change in behavior that raises a red flag for staff or faculty

In case of an emergency:

  • with threat of harm

CALL 911

  • Active Shooter
  • Violent behavior
  • Concern for immediate safety
  • Other imminent threat
  • with no threat of harm to self or others: ​

Call King Co Crisis & Commitment Services​

Crisis and Commitment staff who perform these duties are referred to as Designated Crisis Responders (DCRs) They are mental health professionals who are specially trained to conduct a holistic investigation of risk and to treat the person in need with dignity and respect during their time of Crisis.​

When Faculty/Staff can provide information or resources directly to the student:

If a student reports the following concerns please provide resources directly and inform them of our services:

  • Domestic Violence
  • Housing
  • College Funding
  • Sexual Assault
  • Drug and Alcohol Counseling
  • Developmental Disabilities

Download: How to Help Students in Distress [PDF]

The Campus Security Department is located in Bldg. N. Campus Security provides safety and security services to the campus community Monday through Friday from 6 a.m. - 10 p.m. and Saturday 6 a.m. - midnight, excluding campus closures and holidays.

They are equipped to provide the following services and/or interventions:

  • De-Escalation
  • Safety Escorts
  • Vehicle Assistance
  • Patrol



In the event of any kind of abuse (sexual, relationship) you have the right to either speak to a counselor (confidentially) or speak to a teacher or staff member who is required, by law, to report the information you provide to HR/Title IX Investigator.  If you choose to speak with a teacher/staff member first you are choosing to have this information reported.


Once we start working together Behavioral Health will not discuss anything you tell us with staff or faculty.

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Building I – Student Success Center
(425) 235-6635

Get help! Fill out the Behavioral Health Form to get started.
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