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.
J. Corey Steele, PhD
BS, Texas Christian University
M.Ed, Texas Christian University
PhD, Loyola University Chicago
Corey Steele is happy to be working at UW-Madison, and enjoys the collaborative spirit that exists within UHS.
Steele began working for UHS in June 2018, but has always had an interest in working at universities. Previously, Steele worked at other college campuses in the counseling centers and in teaching.
“I just really like the energy that’s typically present on college campuses. This is a big transitionary period for students,” Steele said. “I’m really grateful to be someone who gets to support them [students], and be viewed by them as a resource.”
Steele values the work and contact that he has had with many students from diverse backgrounds, and is particularly excited about working with students who identify with underserved populations.