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Individual Counseling

Individual counseling is available for any registered UMD student. Individual sessions are offered on a short-term basis that usually is sufficient to address the common concerns faced by college students. Counseling can address a wide range of issues, including loneliness, anxiety, depression, stress, low self-esteem, relationship problems, eating concerns, traumatic events, academic challenges, and indecision about majors and careers.

In short-term counseling, issues are addressed over a few sessions in a focused manner. The average number of sessions used by clients is 6.

When a student’s concerns require more specialized or longer-term counseling, a referral to an off-campus community provider for counseling is recommended. This referral can be coordinated by our care manager.

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