Student Mental Health and Well-being Staff

Student Mental Health Staff

Crystal Primeau McLeod, MA, LLP

Crystal Primeau McLeod, MA, LLP

  • Acting Director
  • Limited License Psychologist

Professional Interests

  • Autism Spectrum Disorders, Bipolar Disorder, and Psychological Assessments 

Education

Masters in Clinical Psychology, Appalachian State University 

Eric Arundel, LLPC

Eric Arundel, LLPC

  • Clinical Counselor

Professional Interests

  • Relationships, Anxiety, Loneliness, Mindfulness, Spirituality, and Acceptance Commitment Therapy 

Education

Masters in Counseling Psychology, Bethel University 

Sarah Dowd, M.S.Ed., LLPC

Sarah Dowd, M.S.Ed., LLPC

  • Director of Student-Athlete Wellness and Clinical Counselor

Professional Interests

  • Body Image and Self-esteem, Eating Disorders, Impact of Traumatic Brain Injuries (TBI's) on Mental Health, Student-Athlete Mental Health, and Sport Psychology Principles

Education

Masters in Clinical Mental Health Counseling, Youngstown State University

Kerri Gilbertson, LMSW, CT

Kerri Gilbertson, LMSW, CT

  • Clinical Social Worker

Professional Interests

  • Grief and Loss, Crisis Intervention, Suicide Prevention, Self-esteem, and family members with mental illness 

Education

Masters of Social Work, University of Maine 

Zoe Lincoln, LPC

Zoe Lincoln, LPC

  • Clinical Counselor

Professional Interests

  • Empowerment, Anxiety, Trauma, EMDR, Depression, incorporating recreation into your daily life for improved quality of life

Education

Masters in the Art of Counseling, Central Michigan University

Lisa Meyer, MSN, FNP

Lisa Meyer, MSN, FNP

  • Nurse Practitioner

Professional Interests

  • Mental Health, College Health, and Emergency Medicine 
Sarah Woodruff, CRC, LPC

Sarah Woodruff, CRC, LPC

  • Clinical Counselor-Outreach

Professional Interests

  • Mindful Self-compassion, Emotional Intelligence, Resilience, ACEs, Bipolar Disorder, Personality Disorders, Suicide Prevention, DBT, EMDR, Psychiatric Rehabilitation, and Psychopharmacology  

Education

Masters in Rehabilitation Counseling, University of Arkansas 

Health and Well-being Staff

Whitney Boroski

Whitney Boroski

  • Manager, Student Health and Well-being

About Whitney

  • Member of the BACCHUS Network-Initiatives of NASPA
    • Michigan State Coordinator for the BACCHUS Network
    • Certified Peer Educator (CPE) Trainer
  • [Institutional] Member with the American College Health Association
  • Member of the Michigan Higher Education Network (MIHEN)

Peer Health Ambassadors

Hannah Bershing

Hannah Bershing

  • Major : Psychology
  • Minor: Writing

About Hannah

  • Michigan Tech Alumni
  • Favorite Part of Being Student Employee: Enjoy providing mental health and well-being services to students and creating awareness on campus of resources available to them. 
  • Personal Self-Care/Well-Being Strategies: Skiing, snowboarding, hiking, and yoga.
Meredith Raasio

Meredith Raasio

  • She/Her
  • Major: Psychology
  • Minor: Law, Policy, and Society

About Meredith

  • Third Year Student
  • Hobbies: Traveling,  reading, hiking
  • Personal Self-Care/Well-being Strategies: Exercising daily and eating mindfully

Why They Joined The CSMHW Team

Enjoys being a part of the community in a way that is constantly trying to influence students positively. 

Jayden Middlecamp

Jayden Middlecamp

  • She/Her
  • Major: Clinical/Counseling Psychology
  • Minor: Public Health

About Jayden

  • Third Year Student
  • Hobbies: Cooking, reading, film photography
  • Personal Self-Care/Well-being Strategies: Journaling, yoga, eating well

Why They Joined The CSMHW Team

Excited to be involved with offering healthy and mindful eating strategies that students can apply to their daily lives. 

Samantha Walker

Samantha Walker

  • She/Her
  • Major: Psychology
  • Minor: Law and Society

About Samantha

  • Fourth Year Student
  • Hobbies: Music and cooking 
  • Personal Self-Care/Well-being Strategies: Listen to music and hang out with friends. 

Why They Joined The CSMHW Team

They are excited to promote well-being and be more involved with the campus community. 

Fall 2022 Well-being Undergraduate Interns

Sara Gelon

Sara Gelon

  • She/Her
  • Major: Clinical/Counseling Psychology
  • Minor: Mathematical Sciences

About Sara

  • Third Year Student
  • Hobbies: Backpacking, reading, spending time with kids
  • Personal Self-Care/Well-being Strategies: Staying connected to people, getting outside

Why They Joined The CSMHW Team

Excited for the opportunity to support the mental health of peers in order to help them live a fuller life. 

Lily Baker

Lily Baker

  • She/Her
  • Major: Exercise Science
  • Minor: Psychology

About Lily

  • Third Year Student
  • Hobbies: Downhill skiing, traveling, running
  • Personal Self-Care/Well-being Strategies: Getting outside, staying active, spending time with friends and family

Why They Joined The CSMHW

Excited to promote the continued development of an overall healthy campus environment. 

Keighley Blindauer

Keighley Blindauer

  • She/Her
  • Major: Psychology
  • Minor: Coaching

About Keighley

  • Fourth Year Student
  • Hobbies: Drawing, baking, walking dogs
  • Personal Self-Care/Well-being Strategies: Daily exercise, treating themselves daily, and enjoying the small things. 

Why They Joined The CSMHW Team

Excited about helping students to feel more comfortable with changes and events in everyday life. 

Linnea Waurio

Linnea Waurio

  • She/Her & They/Them
  • Major: Cognitive Psychology

About Linnea

  • Third Year Student
  • Hobbies: Crocheting, DnD, Writing
  • Personal Self-Care/Well-being Strategies: Meditating, writing, long showers

Why They Joined The CSMHW Team

Interested in gaining experience for a future career in the field of Psychology while also extending empathy to students struggling with their mental health. 

Alyssa Wiedeman

Alyssa Wiedeman

  • She/Her
  • Major: Psychology

About Alyssa

  • Third Year Student
  • Hobbies: Gardening, writing, painting
  • Personal Self-Care/Well-being Strategies: Practicing mindfulness and staying connected with others. 

Why They Joined The CSMHW Team 

They want to gain experience in the psychology field while also advocating for student's mental health on campus.