- Assistant Vice Chancellor for Student Life
- EdD., East Texas State University
Henry Fulda earned his Doctor of Education in Counseling in 1984 and his Master of Science in Counseling in 1975. He has 41 years of experience in the counseling profession. He has held the Director of Counseling position at South Dakota State University and the University of Minnesota, Morris (UMM). In 2003 while at UMM he was promoted to the position of Assistant Vice Chancellor for Student Life. Although this is an administrative appointment he still works as a counselor in the Office of Student Counseling two afternoons a week.
- M.S., Walden University
Bridget has been a part of the University of Minnesota, Morris since 2004 and is a full time therapist in the Student Counseling Office. Bridget has a M.S. in Mental Health Counseling from Walden University and is a Licensed Professional Counselor. Bridget works with students on various mental health challenges allowing space to process and develop strategies to cope. She believes in meeting the student where they are at and giving the individual the space to process their challenges the way that is most comfortable for them. She has interests in utilizing an individual’s strengths and awareness to the barriers to encourage growth and maintain mental health. Bridget has experience working with various mental health challenges such as adjustment to college, social skill building depression, anxiety, and suicide ideation.
- Office Manager, Test Center Coordinator
- Outstanding Support Staff Award
Jane came to UMM in 1979 and has worked with many programs in Student Counseling in the past 36 years. Currently, Jane coordinates the national testing center for UMM which includes CLEP, DSST, ACT, GRE Subject, LSAT, Minnesota and other States’ Teacher Licensing in addition to campus placement and psychometric exams.
Also, between Jane and four work-study staff, we help students get connected with staff mental health Therapists who can support their efforts to overcome life challenges that may be interfering with their studies.
- M.S., Bemidji State University
- B.A., St. Olaf College
Amy earned a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from St. Olaf College and Master’s degree in Counseling Psychology from Bemidji State University. She has past experience working in Career Services at Bemidji State and has worked as an in-home therapist with families. Amy enjoys working with the college student population on a variety of mental health issues. She joined the Counseling Center part-time in 2016. Amy grew up in town and is glad to be serving in this community again.
- Wellness Center & Violence Prevention Coordinator
- MSW, University of Minnesota
- B.A., Concordia College
Jeanne has been at UMM Student Counseling since 2014 and in addition to counseling, she also serves as the Wellness Center and Violence Prevention Coordinator. Jeanne started working in the mental health field in 2006 and has worked in a variety of settings including inpatient, intensive outpatient and outpatient settings as a social worker, therapist and supervisor. Jeanne believes in meeting patients where they are at and that developing a connection with individuals is the cornerstone to work in the mental health field. Jeanne uses an eclectic approach to therapy which includes cognitive behavioral therapy and narrative therapy. She also continues to enjoy utilizing psychoeducation as a way for students to gain a better understanding of themselves and mental illness and learn a multitude of new ways to cope. She also specializes in group work and leads a Depression/Anxiety psychotherapy group at UMM.