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Midshipmen Development Center

Midshipmen Development Center

MISSION: MDC exists to promote and enhance the adjustment, well-being, and development of midshipmen through psychological and nutritional counseling services and through consultation and training to the U.S. Naval Academy faculty and staff responsible for midshipmen development, while respecting diversity of gender, race, sexual orientation, and culture.

We are available to you for mental health, sports/performance, and nutritional counseling.

Midshipmen have access to NeuroFlow-a secure private mobile health application for tracking, assessing, and managing your overall wellness. NeuroFlow provides easy-to-use tools and resources that guide and support your resiliency, performance, and readiness.

You can learn relaxation techniques, enjoy video or audio games, keep a journal, track your mood, sleep, or pain and help build helpful skills thanks to personalized, curated content sent right to your phone. NeuroFlow is HIPAA-compliant, personal data is de-identified and is not sent to your chain of command or medical leadership.

Download the FREE app here  [link:]

To make a new or follow up appointmentScheduling is best done via email at, or by leaving a phone message (3-4897).  The MDC spaces are open by appointment only

  • To make a follow up appointment:
    • Call or email:, (410-293-4897), or just schedule your next appointment before you leave your current appointment at the MDC. 
  • Students requesting NEW appointments (new to MDC, no previous appointments):
Call or email MDC:, (410-293-4897).  We will provide a link to the intake form and informed consent you can complete and then set up a time to talk

Hours: Monday - Friday 0730-1600.  Appointments are scheduled during regular schedule class periods 1-6.     
 If you need to talk with someone urgently and MDC is not available for drop-in services, you have several options:

Continue to take care of yourselves and each other and reach out for assistance.


Emotional Support Help Line for COVID-19 
Free access to specially trained mental health specialists to support people experiencing anxiety or stress around COVID-19.

Managing Stress and Anxiety during COVID-19. 
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has created this resource related to mental health and coping during COVID-19.

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline:
800-273-8255, or chat options at the website:

911 for all emergencies 

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