Detroit Mercy Counseling Clinic


The University of Detroit Mercy Counseling Clinic is now accepting clients for in-person counseling beginning in August, 2021. 

All of our Counseling Clinic staff (faculty, staff, students) are fully vaccinated.  Individuals interested in counseling must also be fully vaccinated as we all continue to work to maintain a healthy community.  



Counseling Clinic student practitioners


To provide no-cost individual, group and family counseling to the surrounding community. The Detroit Mercy Counseling Clinic, located on the campus of the University of Detroit Mercy and operated by the Counseling Program, uses a strength-based, person-centered approach to providing clients with counseling. The Detroit Mercy Counseling Clinic does not discriminate on the basis of ethnicity, race, gender, religion, socioeconomic status or sexual orientation.

The University of Detroit Mercy Counseling Clinic is a teaching clinic, providing specialized training for Master's level Counseling students while meeting the mental health treatment needs of the community. Counseling trainees are supervised by fully licensed professional counselors (LPC).

Types of counseling offered include individual, family and group counseling. Counseling is provided to support individuals wishing to address a range of issues including but not limited to substance use and other addictive behaviors, grief and loss, transition-related challenges, domestic violence related issues, adjustment-related issues, serious mental health challenges, and other challenges and/or struggles related to living. Individuals currently working with a Court (i.e., court-mandated) are welcome as are all members of the community. Space is limited.

General Questions

Rachael Evans, Ph.D., LPC
Clinic Manager