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Psychologist | Kohlstedt’s professional interests include relational and contemporary approaches to psychodynamic therapy, group therapy, sport psychology, mindfulness-based approaches to health and wellness, identity development, eating disorders, alcohol and other drug abuse, grief and loss, and supervision and training.
Healthy Campus Team Manager
Industrial Hygiene Specialist | Cebula’s current focus at UHS includes hearing conservation, respiratory protection, indoor air quality, formaldehyde, and bloodborne pathogens.
Primary Care Nursing and Support Staff Nurse Clinician
Nutritionist | Braun’s professional interests include weight management, sports nutrition, eating disorders/disordered eating, and pediatric obesity.
Senior Psychologist | Kelson’s professional interests include brief dynamic therapy approaches, relationship and couples counseling, eating disorders, reproductive health, LGBTQ concerns, and mindfulness meditation.
Senior Psychologist | Hoese’s professional interests include relationship dynamics and group/couple/partner interventions; international/cultural awareness; identity and career development; strategies for anxiety, depression, and grief; first-year, transfer student, and post-deployment adjustment; and developing professional identity (through supervision and training).
Senior Psychologist | Hird’s professional interests include multicultural counseling; training and supervision; and career/professional development issues.
Senior Counselor | Hines has a professional interest in anxiety management, wellness, mindfulness, self-compassion/acceptance, relationships, grief, family issues, first generation college students, women’s issues, and social justice.
Psychologist, Assessment Specialist, and Coordinator of Data, Quality, and Informatics | Hanson joined UHS as an assessment specialist in 2014 from the Clement J. Zablocki VA Medical Center in Milwaukee where he worked with veterans of all ages. Hanson is energized by young adults “who are motivated to make positive changes.”