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Students often find the transition to graduate work as a challenge.
The University of Maryland has a diverse student demographic with a demanding core course load. A student may experience academic, work, and life situations that may feel overwhelming and stressful at times. A coaching service provides students the opportunity for individualized work with a professional regarding personal goals, concerns, and stressors. In addition, coaching is a proactive measure for potential emergent or stress-inducing experiences to safely express goals, concerns, and general experience during graduate study.
To learn more about Coaching services, please visit the Wellness Hub.