UHS Survivor Services can help you reclaim power and control after an act of sexual violence.
Postdoctoral Resident | Denu’s professional interests focus on anxiety, depression, eating concerns, life transitions, identity development, and emotional distress related to chronic or acute medical illness.
Postdoctoral Resident | Schaafsma provides individual and group counseling services and is also involved in supervision and training. Her clinical interests include, but are not limited to, anxiety and stress management, identity development, relationship concerns, perfectionism, and self-criticism.
Psychology Intern | Cochran is interested in identity and intersectionality, LGBTQ+ and TGNC counseling, anxiety and stress management, and trauma-informed services. Cochran provides individual and group therapy, as well as outreach services.
Psychology Intern | Kharod has a particular interest in working with student-athletes, students of color, multicultural and diversity concerns, stress and anxiety, adjustment difficulties, and depression.
Psychology Intern | Tolmatsky’s professional interests include multicultural, relational and phase of life issues, identity development, family of origin concerns, LGBTQIA counseling, behavioral health, eating concerns, perfectionism, and immigration and acculturation issues.
Psychology Intern | Dalley’s professional interests include identity development, interpersonal relationships, trauma and resiliency, multicultural issues, and eating disorders and body image concerns.
Dr. Patrick G. Kelly, a provider in the UHS Primary Care clinic, received the Preventive Medicine Residency Excellence in Teaching award at a recognition ceremony on June 28.
June 27 is National HIV Testing Day. Get yourself tested to protect yourself and your partner(s).