Student Wellness Center (SWC)

Medical, physician assistant and graduate student education can be stressful and demanding with many competing commitments. Resilience and the ability to balance commitments to one’s self, others and the larger educational & professional context are key developmental capacities for adapting and thriving during this time of continuous learning and growth. Many students find that participating in wellness activities, connections with other students, as well as, seeking the support of counseling and learning professionals can enhance a student’s ability to thrive in this intense and highly demanding environment.

It is with this awareness that the Student Wellness Center’s mission was developed. It is our mission to support and promote the emotional, intellectual, physical, social and spiritual wellness of students on our campus through providing wellness activities and counseling.

For more information, visit the Counseling & Wellness Services webpage, or contact:

PAIGE BENTLEY GREASON

PH.D., MA.ED., LPC-S, RYT

DIRECTOR COUNSELING & WELLNESS SERVICES

PGREASON@WAKEHEALTH.EDU

336.713.7008 · GRAY 5085

 

RYAN MACLEOD

MA, LMFTA

STUDENT WELLNESS COUNSELOR

RMACLEOD@WAKEHEALTH.EDU

336.713.7003 (O) OR 336.645.5145 (C)

 

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336-713-9197

cim@wakehealth.edu

336-713-3849 FAX
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