Counseling Center Services
Center for Counseling and Student Development Services
The Center for Counseling and Student Development (CCSD) provides individual and group counseling to thousands of UD students each year. All counseling services are covered by the UD Wellbeing Fee for full-time students. Part-time students also can elect to pay this fee to access the same care.
All counseling services begin with a triage appointment to determine the services that are right for your needs. If you are a new client, stop by our front desk during business hours, 8:30 a.m.–5 p.m., Monday through Friday, to get started with us! Returning clients can call to schedule an appointment.
Access 24/7 Crisis Care
Immediate virtual mental health support is available through TimelyCare's TalkNow service: 24/7, on-demand emotional support to talk about anything, including anxiety, relationships, depression and school-related stressors.
Mental health professionals are available 24 hours per day, seven days per week and 365 days per year. Students are encouraged to call for help when in distress, feeling overwhelmed, or needing the assistance of a mental health professional.
Dial 911 if you have an emergency
The Center for Counseling and Student Development (CCSD) is a nationally accredited counseling center that serves as the mental health hub of the university, providing triage services, promoting navigation of resources both on and off campus, delivering a variety of mental health services, conducting outreach trainings and offering consultation to parents, faculty and staff.
CCSD is staffed by an interdisciplinary mental health team and hosts a robust, nationally-accredited training program for future mental health professionals. Staff are all specialists in mental health problems and developmental issues particular to emerging adulthood.
Embedded Services through CCSD allow for direct, local service delivery to specific populations of UD students. Our current embedded services are located within UD Athletics and the Associate in Arts Program campuses.
Two licensed psychologists with specialization in clinical sport psychology provide mental health treatment and counseling to UD's varsity student athletes. Athletes can visit them in the Whitney Athletic Center.
Associate in Arts Program
Two licensed clinical social workers serve as Mental Health Care Coordinators for the Associates of Arts Program (AAP). They provide mental health treatment, counseling and outreach services to students in the AAP at the Wilmington, Dover and Georgetown campuses.