Director of Psychiatric Services | Dr. Janis joined UHS in 2014. “It was kismet,” she says. “I completed a rotation on the eating disorder service at UHS during my residency and it was such a positive experience that I always kept an eye out for openings at UHS.”
Mental Health Staff
Co-Director of Mental Health Services | Lawson’s professional interests include eating disorders, group therapy, identity development, spirituality and meaning-making, multicultural issues, depression, anxiety and stress management, interpersonal relationships, family of origin concerns, and grief and loss.
Eating Disorder Coordinator | Bolander connects each students who comes to UHS for disordered eating assessment treatment with a counselor, nutritionist, and medical provider.
Associate Counselor |
Psychiatry Nurse Clinician | Barreau’s professional interests include stress management, coping skills, and healthy lifestyle choices/wellness.
Psychology Intern | Bitman-Heinrichs is interested in identity development, relationships, diversity, grief and loss, trauma, resilience, women’s issues, chronic health/ illness, group, supervision, training and behavioral health.
Associate Director of Campus-Based Services in Mental Health | Collins oversees the UHS Let’s Talk and Health Ambassador programs and works on campus and community outreach for Mental Health Services.
Crisis Stabilization Specialist | Davey provides counseling services, facilitates group therapy sessions, and works with students in crisis.
Associate Psychologist | de Boer practices individual counseling, facilitates Let’s Talk sessions, and provides drop-in counseling consultation at the College of Engineering.
Psychiatry Advanced Practiced Nurse Practitioner | Delong’s professional interests include mental health screening and prevention, integrated care, psychopharmacology, anxiety disorders, depression and mood disorders, ADHD, sleep disorders, substance abuse disorders, and working with student athletes.
Psychologist | Fox helps students with stress management and multicultural issues in individual and group settings.
Senior Medical Program Assistant | Content coming
Mental Health Provider, Mental Health Services | Gautt enjoys working with underserved student populations and providing individuals with the tools and coping skills that are necessary to navigate the higher-education landscape.
Mental Health Services Volunteer | In addition to individual counseling, Goldberg leads group therapy sessions focused on social skills and dating.
Program Assistant Supervisor | Jamie Gratrix joined UHS in 2015 as the Program Assistants Supervisor. A “Jamie-of-all-Trades,” she leads a strong team of mental health reception staff, provides administrative and informatics support, and implements yoga programming for students.
Associate Psychologist and Assessment Specialist | 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.”
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.
Senior Psychologist | Hird’s professional interests include multicultural counseling; training and supervision; and career/professional development issues.
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).
Counselor | Imhoff has an interest in examining how different student identities take shape on campus as well as providing places for non-traditional students and first-generation college students to feel comfortable seeking counseling.