Widener Intimacy, Sexuality, Education, and Relationships Clinic
Serving Students & the Community
Unlike individual counseling, the WISER Clinic provides professional, personalized counseling support focused on matters relating to sexual wellbeing, intimacy, and relationships of all kinds. Services are provided by graduate students within the Center for Human Sexuality Studies as well as the center’s highly-qualified, distinguished faculty.
The clinic does not provide crisis management, weekend support, medical support, or sexual trauma support.
Becoming a Client
The clinic offers affordable, specialized counseling in a welcoming, judgement-free environment to all, including LGBTQ+, poly-friendly, consensual non-monogamy, and other lesser represented communities.
Counseling services are available to:
Individuals 15 years and older
Costs: The WISER Clinic does not accept insurances.
Widener students $10/session
Non-Widener students $15/session
Public – sliding scale
Opportunities for Students within the Center for Human Sexuality Studies
Graduate students within the Center for Human Sexuality Studies have the opportunity to volunteer at the clinic to receive fundamental field experience in a real clinic setting while receiving ongoing mentorship and case consultation support from faculty.
The WISER Clinic gives the community a safe place to discuss sexuality without having to first educate the practitioner. The clinic also provides Widener students a unique experiential learning opportunity that allows them to critically reflect on what they learn in class. - Dr. Erika Evans-Weaver, WISER Clinic Director