While college provides many exciting opportunities, it can also be a difficult and stressful time of adjustment for students. We offer a confidential setting to talk with an objective professional about your concerns.

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How We Can Help

  • Adjustment to college
  • Anxiety, depression & anger
  • Eating disorders, overeating or body image concerns
  • Fear of public speaking or test anxiety
  • Grief or loss
  • Self-esteem and self-confidence
  • Stress management or time management
  • Relationships with friends, roommates, parents, romantic partners or spouses
  • Physical or sexual abuse
  • Problems encountered in college setting
  • Trauma and sexual assault

Chat with a Counselor

Unsure if you want counseling? Just want to talk about a particular issue? The Counseling Center offers Chat with a Counselor consultation every Thursday. These are brief, 30-minute confidential consultations with Counseling Center staff. These consultations can be in person or virtual and must be requested via . (Please note, if you are in crisis, please see our Crisis page and resources available immediately).

 

Eligibility for Health Services

Students are eligible for health services if enrolled in credit-bearing, degree-seeking courses at 91影视, regardless of the type of insurance you carry. You must also be registered for the current semester.

Explore more resources that you might find helpful re: a variety of topics regarding well-being and mental health:

Online Resources

Adjusting to College

Alcohol and Substance Use

Anger

Anxiety

Attention-Deficit Disorder

Crisis Hotline

  • - 988
  • , text HOME to 741741 or visit online; BIPOC can speak to trained counselor: Text STEVE.
  • . (BCRI):  Call 410-433-5175. Crisis Hotline is 24/7. Talk with trained counselors who provide referrals, counseling and crisis intervention.
  • 鈥 focused on LGBTQ community; resource available via call (1-866-488-7386), text (START to 678-678) or chat online.
  • : Call 1-800-604-5841; prioritizes BIPOC

Cultural Issues

Depression

Eating Disorders

Homelessness

Managing Your Finances

Mindfulness

  • 鈥 virtual, free
  • 鈥 extensive variety of audio and video content

Relationships

Sexual Assault

Sexual Harassment

Sexual Orientation

Sleep

Stress

Study Skills

Test-Taking

Time Management

Traumatic Events

Concerned Friends & Family

Off-Campus Counseling Resources

Online directory of tailored recommendations, able to be filtered by location, insurance, and specialty. 

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  2. Create username & password
  3. Agree to Terms of Use & select "Sign Up"
  4. Follow link in confirmation email

Provides both treatment and assessment/testing services

Low cost; sliding scale based on income, 

Belvedere Square
5911 York Road, Suite 10
Baltimore, MD 21212

410-617-1200

For those for whom cost is a barrier to using insurance

Intended for low-income, uninsured

5100 Falls Rd
Baltimore, MD 21210-1935

410-323-5800

Accepts United Healthcare; 3 Locations

Mt. Vernon Center
1111 N. Charles St.
Baltimore, MD 21201

410-837-2050

4 Locations

1501 Sulgrave Avenue, Suite 200
Baltimore, MD 21209

443-708-5856

6 Locations

723 Charles Street, Suite 104
Baltimore, MD 21230

410-823-6408

 

a feminist counseling collective
410-532-2476

provides counseling focused on emotional and spiritual health

410-433-8861

410-800-2169

Contact Us

Counseling Center
Theresa Hall, Room 016
Phone: 410-532-5384
Fax: 410-532-5167

In Case of Emergency

In the event of an emergency, dial extension 6666 (on campus, public safety), 410-532-5360 (off campus, public safety) or 911.

Counseling Center Emergency Contact: 667-334-5577

Director of Counseling Services 
Marie Allee, Ph.D.      
Theresa Hall, Room 013  
Phone: 410-532-5379
Fax: 410-532-5167
Email: mallee@ndm.edu