To provide expertise in mental health care and addiction treatment to adults, families, and children, and to extend these services to underserved rural areas in Maryland via telepsychiatry services. The Department is committed to providing services and advancing the field with direct clinical care, research, education and training, and community outreach.
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The Professional Association (PA) Faculty Practice serves the campus employees and family members. Patients can be self-referred, referred by the Employee Assistance Program (EAP), or referred by another provider. Psychiatrists conduct personalized evaluations and recommend treatments, which may include medication, among others.
To learn more, visit PA Faculty Practice
The Employee Assistance Program is a free and confidential counseling and referral service available to employees and their family members.
To learn more, visit Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
The Residents’ Clinic was established under the umbrella of the Faculty PA to provide training opportunities for residents in treating patients who could benefit from insight oriented and cognitive therapies. Patients are either uninsured or have a private insurance that is not accepted elsewhere in our system.
To learn more, visit Resident's Clinic
The Student Counseling Center provides short-term professional counseling and psychiatric services for currently enrolled full-time and part-time UMB students. Its mission is to help promote and maintain the emotional wellbeing of UMB students, and serve as a resource to the entire University community.
To learn more, visit Student Counseling Center
The Department of Psychiatry is a pioneer in the establishment and provision of telemental health services, which is the delivery of mental health services through phone and video conferencing equipment.
Doctors and trained specialists can conference in patients from a remote location to provide personalized consultations and treatments, prescription of medications, and more – in a joint effort to extend services to underserved areas, address the shortage of psychiatrists, and promote the wellbeing of our community as a whole.
To learn more, visit TeleMental Health
In 2016, the Division of Consultation-Liaison Psychiatry established the Women’s Mental Health Program to treat women and promote the welfare of their babies throughout all stages of pregnancy.
The program pools together our best resources, including psychiatrists and mental health specialists – whose expertise range from reproductive mental health to mother-child relationships to addictions in pregnancy (and more).
For More Information
To learn more about our program and faculty, visit Women's Mental Health Program (UMSOM)
To schedule an appointment, call (410) 328-609 or visit University of Maryland Women’s Mental Health Program (UMMC)