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Sarah Nolan

PhD

Director, Mental Health Services

Education
Bachelor's, Davidson College
Education
Masters, Lynchburg College
Education
Masters, University of Florida
Education
PhD, University of Florida

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Nolan brings more than 10 years of experience and leadership at college and university counseling centers. Most recently, she served as the Assistant Director for Training at the University at Albany’s Counseling and Psychological Services where she was responsible for the administration and daily operations for an American Psychological Association-accredited doctoral internship program and doctoral practicum programs.

Nolan chaired the American Psychological Association’s Section on College and University Counseling Division of Counseling Psychology from 2018-2020 and has served as a reviewer for the Journal of American College Health since 2013.

“I’m excited to meet students and campus partners and get to know the vibrant UW-Madison campus community,” says Nolan. “The health and well-being of college students is critical to their academic success and personal growth, and Mental Health Services plays an integral role in supporting students at this stage of life. There are many challenges and stressors that students face and we’re here to provide support and develop new and accessible ways for students to receive the services that are right for them.”