Wellness Center provides helpful information and updates for employees

New Wellness Center members

University Wellness Center welcomes back Marjorie Lang to the team!

Marjorie Lang returns to work in personal counseling, where she served as our University psychotherapist from 2013 to 2016. Lang is a licensed professional counselor and licensed attorney in Michigan. She directed our Office of Title IX from 2016 to 2020, where she worked with students and employees on prevention and resolution of sex and gender-based discrimination.

Important Wellness Center information and updates

University of Detroit Mercy Wellness Center is open Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on the McNichols Campus. Employees can use the following information to refer students to the Wellness Center for health or mental health concerns.

Health Clinic

The Health Clinic is ready and available to assist with the following:

  • Primary care, health maintenance and preventative screening
  • Urgent care, acute illness, and injury care
  • Chronic illness and medical condition management
  • Women’s health
  • Immunizations and TB testing
  • Health and medical clearance for College for Health Professions and Dental School
  • Sexually transmitted infections testing and treatment
  • Referral to medical specialists and psychological and counseling services

Contact the Health Clinic at 313-993-1185 or wellnesscenter@udmercy.edu.

Personal Counseling

The Personal Counseling Center is ready and available to assist with the following:

  • Anxiety and depression
  • Mood swings
  • Adjustment and developmental concerns
  • Self-esteem concerns
  • Relationship concerns
  • Stress: academic and social pressure
  • Troublesome feelings including loneliness, shyness, fear and anger
  • Grief and loss
  • Academic performance and motivation
  • Drug and alcohol-use issues

Contact the Personal Counseling Center at 313-993-1562 or personalcounselingwc@udmercy.edu.

Students of Concern

If you are concerned about a student and the situation is not an emergency, submit a Student of Care and Concern Report, available online. Submissions will be assessed by Dean of Students Monica Williams and Associate Dean of Students Dorothy Stewart within 24 hours.

Students in Crisis

If you are assisting a student in crisis (harm to themselves or others), please abide by the following guidelines:

  • Residential Students – If the student lives on campus, contact the Wellness Center at 313-993-1582. Therapists are available to meet with students in crisis for life-threatening situations. In addition, if the student lives on campus, contact the Office of Residence Life at 313-993-1230. If you cannot reach either department, contact Public Safety at 313-993-1234.
  • Commuter Students – If the student resides off-campus and is dealing direct harm to themselves or others, contact 911. Additionally, contact Monica Williams to keep a line of communication with the Student Life Office.