Counseling, Health, & Wellness Services (CHWS) helps the University of Puget Sound students achieve their intellectual, social, and emotional potential by offering professional psychological, and primary health care. CHWS is committed to creating an inclusive environment in which we acknowledge individual differences and affirm healthcare to our diverse student body. CHWS services are integrated, individualized, and aspire to the highest standards.

CHWS prioritizes student development by emphasizing health promotion strategies, providing acute care, and the treatment of existing conditions that can interfere with student learning. CHWS supports the Puget Sound mission to “… assist in the unfolding of creative and useful lives.” In so doing, we help students develop skills that foster lifelong health: the knowledge and confidence to be one’s own health care advocate and the ability to function effectively as a self-aware individual and community member.

Libby Baldwin, ARNP (she/her/hers)
Advanced Registered Nurse Practitioner/Medical Director

Michael Bateman, MD (he/him/his)
CHWS Consulting Physician

Kelly Brown, Ph.D.
CHWS Director and Psychologist

Danielle Bus, RN (she/her)
Registered Nurse

Colleen Carette, PA-C (she/her/hers)
Physician Assistant/Health Educator

Khalila Fordham, Psy.D. (she/her/hers)
Psychologist/Multicultural Support Specialist

Debra Grady, RN (she/her/hers)
Registered Nurse

Kjersti Johnson, RD (she/her)
Registered Dietitian

Pam Kupsak (she/her)
Bookkeeper and Medical Records Specialist

Jaime Long, PMHNP-BC, LMHC (she/her)
Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner

Nicole Moore, P'17
Office Manager

Vicki Pastore (she/her/hers)
Practicum Counselor

Erin M. Potts, Psy.D. (they/them/theirs)
Psychologist and Training Director

Aly Roland, MA (she/her)
Doctoral Intern

Anastasia Semenova, PA-C (she/her)
Physician Assistant

Cherlynn Taylor (she/her/hers)
Certified Medical Assistant

Ashley Turner, MSW MA (she/her)
Doctoral Intern

Sean Whalen, MA, MS, LMHC (he/him)
Mental Health Counselor and Prevention Specialist

Camila Zager, MA (she/her)
Doctoral Intern