Counseling Center

Counseling Center

The UD Counseling Center provides counseling services for all undergraduate students, as well as for those graduate students who are enrolled full time and completing coursework. The services provided include counseling related to all late adolescent and early adulthood issues (for example, personal identity and social and relationship concerns), all college life issues (coping with the various challenges of university life, such as managing time and interacting with new social groups) and psychological issues such as depression and anxiety. There is no cost for counseling services.

The most frequent concerns brought to counseling at UD are depression, relationship issues, family, anxiety, stress and coping, social skills and sexuality issues. No problem is too big or too small for counseling.

The Counseling Center is located in upstairs Haggar and staffed Monday through Friday, typically from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Meetings outside that timeframe may be arranged directly with a counselor. Students typically contact a counselor directly through phone or email. Because of the nature of the counseling relationship, counselors are both ethically and legally bound to honor the confidentiality of their clients.

Appointment Info:

To make an appointment, contact Michael L. Brock, LPC, at (214) 364-4154 or, or Mary Armstrong, LPC, LCDC, at (972) 935-3691 or



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