We have personal counseling services and community resources to help you in your life outside the classroom.

College can be a very stressful time, especially if you are working, are in a relationship or are involved in other activities.  Sometimes it can feel like it is all too much to handle.

To help you deal with your life outside the classroom, Wor-Wic offers personal counseling and referral services to all students free of charge.

Counseling Services

Our counselor can help you manage different types of personal challenges including
  • Stress
  • Depression
  • Time management
  • Anxiety or test anxiety
  • Concerns about a class or instructor
  • Domestic violence
  • Other issues that affect your academic performance
Confidentiality Policy
  • To feel comfortable talking to a counselor, you should feel safe knowing that your personal information will not be shared with others, unless you give the counseling office verbal or written permission to do so.  
  • If you are in danger of hurting yourself or others, we may need to report this information for the safety of you or others.  Likewise, if an adult is being abused or neglected, we may need to report this to others.  If you report information regarding a minor's abuse, we are required to report this information to legal authorities.   
Supports for Veterans

Wor-Wic is proud to have many veterans as part of our campus community. We offer an open door policy to all veterans that are current students. We are ready to assist veterans with any service-related issues such as stress management, psychological concerns, special needs resulting from combat exposure, family/relationship difficulties or physical disabilities.

Additional Information

If you would like more information, the following websites provide helpful information on many counseling and mental health issues:

Local Resources
Contact Us Penny Walters Counselor 410-334-2900
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