Wood Wellness Village Accepting Applications


Interested in Wood Wellness Village for the 2015-2016 Academic Year?
• Live in a community that supports a healthy, balanced life
• Develop friendships in a positive environment
• Participate in high impact programming, such as whitewater rafting, trips to the trampoline park, access to dietitians, personal trainers, and more!
• Reserved space in HES 295 and Wood Hall

Apply by January 20th by contacting Amanda Kammer, Community Director aegroves@ncsu.edu for more information.

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Alea Baron

Alea Baron is a fourth year Psy.D. student in Clinical Psychology at Pepperdine University. She received her MA in Clinical Psychology, with an emphasis in marriage and family therapy from Pepperdine and her BA in psychology from the University of California, Irvine. She is currently a pre-doctoral intern at North Carolina State University Counseling Center. Her practicum placements include: MFT trainee for Green Dot Public Schools at a high school in Inglewood, Psy.D. trainee at the Pepperdine Community Counseling Center in Irvine and West LA, Psy.D. trainee for the Department of Mental Health-Specialized Foster Care program, and Psy.D. trainnee UCI Medical Center. She has worked as a behavioral therapist with Autistic children for ACES Autism. She has also served as CPAGS Divsion II representative and Secretary. Her dissertation research interests include how parent-child relationships affect child self-esteem of at-risk youth in academic settings. Clinically she is interested in working with individuals needing support around interpersonal dynamics, grief, existential questions, self-esteem, growth/motivation, communication, and relationships.

Rachel Berry

Interests include: sexual violence, intimate partner violence, family-of-origin issues (e.g. adult children of alcoholics, dysfunctional families), LGBTQ issues, alcohol & substance abuse issues, body image & eating concerns, depression & anxiety. My approach draws from time-limited dynamic psychotherapy and relational therapy.

Jennifer Begun

Interests include: behavioral health, depression, anxiety, substance abuse and identity issues. I work in congruence with Student Health Services to create a space for students to discuss how their behaviors affect their emotional, spiritual, and physical health. I believe that in working together change can be created to improve overall well-being.

Beth Glueck

Ph.D. (2013), Counselor Education, North Carolina State University
M.A.  (1999), Community Counseling, Appalachian State University

Triage Counselor:  Provides same day brief screening, crisis assessment, and referral to treatment.

Massage Therapy Now Available

Come relax with us! Massages for students, faculty and staff are offered by appointment Tuesdays & Wednesdays 8:30 a.m. -12:30 p.m. and Thursdays 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. with licensed massage therapists.  Please call 919-513-3260 for details and to schedule your appointment today.  Sessions are 25 or 50 minutes and packages are available.  

More information available here: Therapeutic Massage at NC State