Campus staff present at New England College Health Association conference
Three campus staff members presented programs at the annual New England College Health Association (NECHA) conference held Nov. 7-9 in Portland, Maine.
SuEllen Hamkins and Joshua Relin of the Center for Counseling and Psychological Health (CCPH) led a workshop titled "Promoting the Art of Strengths-Based Treatmentin Your College Counseling Service." Hamkins and Relin are mental health providers at CCPH.
Health educator Amanda Collings Vann of the Center for Health Promotion at University Health Services, presented a workshop on "Health Promotion Peer Review: What it is and How to Use it" with Joleen Nevers from the University of Connecticut.
NECHA is a professional organization for individuals who provide healthcare and programs to members of the higher education community. They serve as a mechanism by which institutions of higher education and their health services programs improve the health of those they serve.