- MPH Candidate in Health Behavior Health Education, School of Public Health, U-M
- MSW Candidate in Interpersonal Practice, Health, School of Social Work, U-M
- BA in Biopsychology, Cognition and Neuroscience, U-M
- Social justice and health equity
- Healthy relationships
- Sexual health
- LGBTQIA health
- Stigma reduction
- Holistic wellness
- Values-based decision making
Approach to wellness: For many students, college is an exciting time to explore identities and interests, expand worldviews, and build important life skills. College can also involve challenging decisions and stressful environments that impact student health. Wellness coaching supports students as they explore areas of growth and build resiliency. I approach wellness as a holistic process that defies a “one-size-fits-all” model and is unique to every person. Wellness involves the interaction of our values, identities, environments, attitudes, communities, beliefs, and behaviors. My goal as a wellness coach is to provide a compassionate, judgment-free space for students to explore what wellness means to them and identify strategies that can help them move from just surviving college, to thriving in college and beyond.
Personal interests: In my free time, I’m usually hanging out with my dog and exploring nature in Ann Arbor. I also enjoy curling up at home with a good non-fiction book or TV drama. I listen to a ton of podcasts to unwind and learn about the world around me – but Netflix works too! Friends and family play a major role in my life.
Additional role: HIV Test Counselor
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