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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.)

 staff photo

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

Elizabeth Stahler, MSW, Staff Counselor

Berklee College of Music
Simmons School of Social Work With a Certificate in Urban Leadership
Internships: The Home For Little Wanderers, Wellesley College Counseling Center
Post Masters Fellowship at University of California, Berkeley Counseling Center
Interests: sexual assault, dating violence and sexual trauma, eating disorders and body image, racial, sexual, gender and general identity development, multicultural issues, LGBTPQIAA+ students and developmental trauma

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.

Evan Bick

Mariam Parekh

Christina Rincon


Annie Greenwood

Annie is the Clinical Services Coordinator of Counseling & Human Development.  You may reach her at 603-646-9442 or e-mail to


Jill Servant

Jill is the Office Manager of Counseling & 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



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

Last Updated: 10/29/15