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Care is provided by mental health professionals including: psychologists, psychiatrists, social workers, psychiatric residents and psychology interns.  CHD clinicians are committed to helping students get the most from their college experience.

(All counselors see students with a wide variety of concerns. This staff list only partially identifies areas of interest, experience and expertise.)

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Row 1 (L-R): Claudette Peck, Jill Servant, Arlene Velez-Galan; Row 2 (L-R): Sarah Chung, Mark Hiatt, Da-Shih Hu, Angie Borger, Mark Reed
Row 3 (L-R): Heather Earle, Nicole Hill, Todd Lindsley; Row 4 (L-R): Adam Dickey, Hilary Lynch, Bryant Ford, KC Wright

Heather Earle, Ph.D., Director, Psychologist

University of Wisconsin
Predoctoral Internship Program: University of California, Berkeley, Counseling and Psychological Services
Interests: gay, lesbian, bisexual, ethnic/racial and cultural identity concerns, substance abuse, sexual assault and abuse survivors, couples counseling

Bryant Ford, Ph.D., Associate Director, Psychologist

University of Wisconsin
Predoctoral Internship Program: Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI
Interests: substance abuse/dependence, multicultural and gender development concerns, identity development, sexual violence/abuse concerns

Sarah Chung, Psy.D, Staff Psychologist

Yeshiva University
Predoctoral Internship Program: Veterans Affairs Medical Center, White River Junction, VT
Interests: identity concerns pertaining to culture and/or sexuality, substance abuse, relationship issues, acceptance, trauma, psychodynamic psychotherapy

Mark Hiatt, Ph.D., Staff Psychologist

University of Virginia
Interests: psychotherapy, sports and performance psychology, multicultural issues, anxiety and mood concerns, adolescent and young adult development

Nicole Hill, Psy.D., Staff Psychologist

Antioch University New England
Predoctoral Internship Program: Veterans Affairs Medical Center, White River Junction, VT
Interests: emotion-focused and trauma focused psychotherapy, time-limited dynamic psychotherapy, and relationship problems

Da-Shih Hu, M.D., Staff Psychiatrist

Thomas Jefferson University, Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center Residency in Psychiatry
Interests: psychopharmacology, clinical hypnosis, GLBT/multicultural issues, arts psychology, sports psychology

Todd Lindsley, Ph.D., Staff Counselor

Utah State University
Predoctoral Internship Program: Montana State University
Interests: individual and couples counseling, anxiety concerns, cultural and diversity concerns, relationship problems, difficulties adjusting, identity and self-esteem, depression, stress and relaxation

Hilary Lynch, LICSW, Staff Counselor

The Juilliard School
Smith College School for Social Work
Internships include: intensive Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) training at Two Brattle Center, Cambridge, MA
Interests: mindfulness, performance anxiety, identity exploration, relationship issues, and trauma work

Arlene Velez-Galan, Ph.D., Staff Counselor

Purdue University
Predoctoral Internship Program: Student Counseling Services, Illinois State University, Normal, IL
Interests: crisis intervention, interpersonal issues, family of origin concerns, identity development, diversity and multiculturalism, emotion focused therapy 

Staff Nutritionists:

Claudette Peck, LCMHC, RD, LD, Staff Nutritionist

University of Vermont
Interests: short-term and solution-focused therapies, eating disorders, mood disorders

KC Wright, MS, RDN, LD, Staff Nutritionist

University of New Hampshire
Interests: general nutrition, food allergies, sustainable food

2015-16 Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center 4th-Year Psychiatry Residents:

*Residents have a twelve month rotation (1 day/week) at CHD.


2015-16 Veterans Affairs Medical Center Predoctoral Psychology Interns:

*Interns have a nine month rotation (1 day/week) at CHD.



Jill Servant

Jill is the Office Manager of Counseling and Human Development.  She is also responsible for the creation of this Web Page and its links. You may reach her at 603-646-9487 or e-mail to

Angela Borger

Angie is the Administrative Assistant of Counseling and Human Development. If you would like to schedule an appointment, please call her at 603-646-9442 or email


To make or change appointments or inquire about counseling services please call 603-646-9442 or send an email to

Last Updated: 8/10/15