Carrie Bowerman, LCSW
Part-time Staff Counselor
Jennifer Braund, BSN, MS, RN, CS, CRNP
Ms. Braund is a Certified Registered Nurse Practitioner who has been at Dickinson since 1999. Although Jennifer sees a wide range of student health concerns, she is especially interested in the areas of self-care (e.g., getting enough sleep) and eating disorders. In addition, Jennifer serves as the advisor to the Dickinson Equestrian Team.
Shawna Brent, M.D.
Nancy Cicak, RN, CRNP
Ms. Cicak is a Certified Registered Nurse Practitioner who has been at Dickinson since 1986. Although Nancy sees a wide range of student health concerns, her area of special expertise is women’s and men’s sexual health. Nancy also serves an advisor to the student group PALS (Peers Assisting Learning about Sex) and APO.
Donald Domenici, Ph.D.
Associate Director of Counseling and Psychiatric Services
Dr. Domenici is a licensed psychologist who has been at Dickinson since 2011, working as a staff psychologist for five years, before transitioning to his current role as Associate Director of Counseling and Psychiatric Services in 2016. Dr. Domenici oversees the counseling staff at the Wellness Center, while also providing individual and group counseling to Dickinson students for a variety of mental health issues. Don’s specific areas of interest and expertise include identity development, men and masculinity, gender roles, existential issues, and the development of healthy, meaningful relationships.
Todd Drazien, L.C.S.W.
Todd Drazien is a licensed clinical social worker who first joined us in the Spring 2016 semester as a part-time counselor. He has returned to the Wellness Center part-time over the past two academic years and his areas of special expertise include relationship issues, reducing stress and anxiety, and improving self-esteem. He is also an alumnus of Dickinson and very much enjoys returning to the college to assist students with their emotional needs.
Beth Graham, BA, ASBD
Ms. Graham manages the daily operations in the Wellness Center in order to ensure organizational effectiveness and efficiency, who has been at Dickinson since 1991. She oversees compliance with our quality assurance practices, federal grant program, revenue cycle/operational expenditures, and electronic health record guidelines that are administrative in nature. She also supervises and leads the administrative support team, and is a Dickinson Alum.
Courtney Hager, RD, LDN
Courtney is a registered dietitian and licensed in the state of Pennsylvania. She graduated in 2012 from Messiah College and completed her required dietetic internship in 2013 through Cedar Crest College. She spent several years working in long term care and hospitals and is excited to now share her passion for nutrition at Dickinson College. Courtney is currently perusing a master's degree in Applied Nutrition with a concentration in Fitness through Northeastern University. She enjoys helping clients problem-solve, make informed lifestyle choices, and feel less anxiety about meals and meal planning.
Sarah Lebo, L.P.C.
Part-Time Staff Counselor
Sarah Lebo is a licensed professional counselor who served as our Alcohol and Drug Counselor during the Spring 2017 semester. Sarah returned to the Wellness Center this year as a part-time counselor, working with students on a wide variety of issues. She has a national certification as a Master Addictions Counselor and has been providing direct mental health services for people seeking support with substance use, trauma and anxiety for the past 7 years.
Ms. McKeehan is a member of the Administrative Support Team who has been here since Fall 2016. In addition to providing a wide range of administrative support, she also assists the Executive Director with special projects.
Megan Nesbitt, Psy.D.
Dr. Nesbitt is a therapist who has been at Dickinson since 2016. Dr. Nesbitt sees students for a number of different mental health concerns, and her areas of special expertise include integration of psychodynamic therapy and cognitive behavioral techniques, mind-body integration and relaxation techniques, relationship concerns, and anxiety. Dr. Nesbitt employs a relational approach, emphasizing warmth and collaboration. This is Dr. Nesbitt’s second career; her prior career was in Student Life, where she worked for Hillel and the Jewish community.
Dr. Mary Catharine Sneider, D.O.
Stacey Sullivan, R.M.A.
Ms. Sullivan is a member of the Administrative Support Team who has been here since Fall 2014. Stacey is involved with direct patient care, provides lab services and supports the operations of the clinical area. She also serves as back-up administrative support for the Wellness Center.
Missy Taylor, Ph.D.
Dr. Taylor is a licensed psychologist who is also serving as our Coordinator of Alcohol and Other Drug (AOD) Services. In this role, Dr. Taylor is responsible for coordinating and providing drug and alcohol assessments, voluntary substance abuse counseling, and substance abuse prevention programming to the campus community. She also has special interest and expertise in other areas, such as PTSD, sexual trauma recovery, depression, and anxiety. Her approach is grounded in empowerment feminist therapy, is strength-based, and collaborative.
Ms. Zeigler is a member of the Administrative Support Team who has been here since Spring 2015. In addition to providing a wide range of administrative support for the Wellness Center, she also coordinates the production of all marketing materials for the department and assists with website management.