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Counseling Center

We recognize that the challenges of the undergraduate and graduate university experience along with the many other events also occurring in your life can lead to feelings of hopelessness, helplessness, and stress. Our professional counselors can assist you in your transition and emotional development during college at Mount Mary.

The Counseling Center features:

  • free individual counseling services to all undergraduate and graduate students
  • a safe, confidential haven for students
  • counseling for personal and academic needs, including coping with life transitions, stress management, anxiety, depression, loss, relationship and family issues, substance abuse, crisis and critical incident intervention, self-esteem, motivation and concentration, consultation with faculty and administrators, coping with multiple roles and responsibilities
  • assistance with referral to local mental health or medical providers

Mount Mary’s Counseling Center adheres strictly to the legal standards of the state of Wisconsin and the ethical standards of the counseling profession. Issues discussed during counseling sessions are confidential. 

Schedule an Appointment

  • Director: Tom Troast, PhD, LPC
  • Counselor: Jo Ann McClure, MS, LPC
  • Counselor Intern: Diandrea Seipel, Graduate Intern

Contact us at  (414) 258-4810, ext. 378,  We're located in the Student Success Center, Haggerty Library, rooms 132 and 134, with the following open hours:

  • Monday and Wednesday, 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
  • Tuesday, 8:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
  • Friday, by appointment only.