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

The NDM Counseling Center joins the rest of the Notre Dame community in expressing our grief, sorrow and compassion for the racial injustices and tragedies that have been occurring across our nation. We recognize that these tragedies may be especially injurious to members of our Black and African American community, and that these ongoing tragedies only compound the stress of dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic and its particularly traumatic impact on communities of color. We in the Counseling Center are here to support our school family whose members are coping with feelings of grief, rage, fear, helplessness, depression, sadness, and guilt. We encourage you to contact our office if you (or someone you know) would like support with coping and healing. We see you and we are here for you. 

With love, solidarity, and support,
The Counseling Center Staff

Eligibility for Health Services

Students are eligible for health services if enrolled in credit-bearing, degree-seeking courses at Notre Dame of Maryland University, 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



Attention-Deficit Disorder

Attention Deficit Disorder

Crisis Hotline

Cultural Issues


Eating Disorders


Higher Education Guide for Youth Experiencing Homelessness

Managing Your Finances



Sexual Assault

Sexual Harassment

Sexual Orientation



Study Skills

Study Smart Starter Kit


Time Management

Traumatic Events

Concerned Friends & Family

Off-Campus Counseling Resources

Shrink Space

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

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The Loyola Clinical Centers

Provides both treatment and assessment/testing services

Low cost; sliding scale based on income, 

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


Pro bono Counseling Project

For those for whom cost is a barrier to using insurance

Intended for low-income, uninsured

5100 Falls Rd
Baltimore, MD 21210-1935


Chase Brexton Health Care

Accepts United Healthcare; 3 Locations

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


Gladstone Psychiatry and Wellness

4 Locations

1501 Sulgrave Avenue, Suite 200
Baltimore, MD 21209


Bloom Health Centers

6 Locations

723 Charles Street, Suite 104
Baltimore, MD 21230


The Growth Center 

a feminist counseling collective

Inspirit Counseling

provides counseling focused on emotional and spiritual health


Balance Point Wellness


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