Counseling Services, General Resources

Beta Team

A multidisciplinary group that assesses and responds to reports of students with concerning behaviors. Students, staff, and parents can report (with the option to remain anonymous).

The BETA Team reviews the report of concern, checks to see if the student is exhibiting concerning behaviors in other areas on campus, learns more about the student’s experience on our campus, and develops a strategy to support the well-being and academic success of the student.

http://studentaffairs.umd.edu/staff-faculty/beta-team

  • Use the online form, email at beta@umd.edu, or call: 301-314-2382
Counseling Services

UMD Accessibility & Disability Service

https://www.counseling.umd.edu/ads/current/

  • Call: (301) 314-7682

The Learning Assistance Service offered by the ADS office has individualized programs in: Exam Skills, Spelling, Time Management, Textbook Comprehension, Listening and Note-taking, Math Learning Skills, Vocabulary, Science Learning skills, Writing/Grammar Skills, and Speed Reading. They offer individual counseling, workshops, self-help programs and credit courses, and special programs for non-traditional age students and school students preparing for college.

2202 Shoemaker Building

  • Call: 301-314-7693

Counseling Services

Maryland Psychotherapy Clinic and Research Lab

MPCRL provides high-quality, low-cost counseling and psychotherapy to people over 18 in the Prince George’s, Montgomery County, and Washington, D.C. area. Their treatment focuses on insight and understanding difficulties in relationship problems, depression, anxiety, grief and loss, meaning in life, dreams, and nightmares.

2140 Biology-Psychology Building

http://www.mpcrl.umd.edu/

  • Call: 301-405-5820
  • Email: mpcrl@umd.edu
Counseling Services

UHC Medical & Behavioral Health

The Medical & Behavioral Health Center at UHC offers resources for:

For more information, visit: https://www.health.umd.edu/medical-behavioral-health

Counseling Services

The Counseling Center

The Counseling Service in the Counseling Center is the primary campus provider of free and confidential therapy to help UMD students manage personal, social, and academic challenges. Staffed primarily by licensed psychologists, the Counseling Service also conducts campus outreach presentations, provides emergency response services, and assists with referrals to off-campus mental health providers. Consultation with a therapist about students of concern is available to University faculty, staff, and parents on the Counseling Service warmline. They offer:

  • Individual Therapy
    • 8 free appointments in a 12 month period
  • Group Therapy
  • Career Counseling
  • Couples Counseling

1101 Shoemaker Building

https://www.counseling.umd.edu/cs/

  • Call: (301) 314-7651