Counseling Services’ mission is to enhance and promote the quality of life of Maine Maritime Academy students and aid in their retention. These services are facilitated through the provision of professional and timely treatment and referral for emotional, interpersonal, and substance abuse-related difficulties that may occur during their educational tenure at MMA.
Counseling services offer students a range of services which include individual counseling, substance abuse education/ counseling, crisis intervention, and community referrals when appropriate. Consultation to faculty, staff, and students is also available.
Some of the reasons students typically come in for counseling include:
- Relationship difficulty
- Eating/sleeping problems
- Feeling stressed and/or overwhelmed
- Concerns about the use of alcohol or drugs
- Anger management issues
- Time management issues
Services are completely confidential and provided at no cost to our students.
Location: The Counseling Services office is located on the first floor of Curtis Hall and most easily accessed through Door B from the courtyard. However, counseling services are currently being offered remotely. There is a private room available where students may choose to do their remote counseling. You may access this room by asking a desk attendant at the front desk of Curtis Hall for the key to the prayer room or private counseling room.
Hours of operation: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday from 8 AM to 4 PM and Wednesday from 12 PM to 8 PM.
To make an appointment: Please call or email to set up an appointment. Due to current health and safety protocols, pre-scheduled appointments are required for all MMA students. We are offering remote counseling only at this time and walk-in appointments are not available.