Graduate Student Check-ins

Grad Student Check-ins available via Zoom!

Meet our graduate student coach cohort! We have each participated in wellness coach training and are available to provide co-facilitated check-in sessions with members of the SWC staff for both graduate and undergraduate Dartmouth students. If you're struggling with motivation, purpose, relationships, worries, or anything else, we are here. Our goal is to support you in navigating any transitions you may be facing and help you get to the heart of what matters most so that you can continue to create the life you want to be living.

While we are currently unable to offer in person sessions, we can meet with you via Zoom.

To schedule a Wellness Check-in with a member of our team, select from the following links:

Charlie Carver
Jane Han
Erin Reinhart
Kelly Scrima
Gretel Torres


Meet The Team

Charlie Carver - Hi! I'm Charlie (he/him/his) and I'm a 3rd year Computer Science PhD student. I research visible light communication and sensing, which basically means I get to play with lasers every day. I'm originally from Buffalo, NY, but went to college at Fordham University in the Bronx. Some fun facts about me: I love to ski, watch the Bruins (and sometimes the Sabres), and I just adopted two 6-month old kittens! I'm really excited to be a wellness coach, and help students feel heard, feel confident, and feel cared for.




Jane Han - Hello, I'm Jane (she/her/hers)! I'm from South Korea and currently a 1st year Psychological and Brain Sciences Ph.D. student. I'm fascinated by narrative stories for both my research and life, how we understand each other's stories and develop our own. I have been moving around a lot myself (went through 10 campuses) and had adventures in academic and personal environmental changes. One of my goals as a coach is to make sure you don't feel alone in your situation. We will walk through this together.




Erin Reinhart - Hello, my name is Erin (she/her/hers). I am a 6th-year graduate student pursuing my Ph.D. in Chemistry. My research is focused on understanding how healthy cells degrade protein aggregates and prevent the onset of neurodegenerative diseases. I am from a small town in southern Minnesota and attended Saint Mary's College in South Bend, Indiana. When I am not in the lab, I enjoy hiking in the White Mountains, listening to podcasts, testing recipes, and finding the best coffee shops and microbreweries. As a wellness coach, I aim to provide a safe and welcoming environment that helps students feel heard and supported.



Kelly Scrima - Hi! I'm Kelly (she/her/hers) and I'm a student in the MALS Cultural Studies program, with a focus on the music industry in Latin America. I'm originally from the Boston area and enjoy yoga, meditation, and exercise in general as well as listening to music to promote my own wellbeing. I love music, writing, reading, film, business, and travel, and aim to be a compassionate coach, providing productive sessions to help students feel heard.




Gretel Torres - Hello, my name is Gretel Torres. I am Cuban but grew up in Puerto Rico. I obtained my bachelor's degree in Biology at Rider University in New Jersey and joined the MCB program in 2017. I am a 4th-year student working on tumor-associated macrophage redirection on melanoma. I enjoy playing with my cat and hanging out with friends. I also recently learned how to ski without falling so I am working on that as a winter hobby. My goal in coaching is to help students thrive and succeed at Dartmouth, and in any aspect of life where they might need support and encouragement.


  • Please note: Wellness check-ins are not intended as a substitute for therapy or pastoral counseling. Our cohort offers check-ins as a non-clinical, private resource, which means we cannot provide the same level of confidentiality as the staff at the Counseling Center or the Tucker Center. Please refer to our About Wellness Check-ins page for more information about our work as well as other support service options on campus to choose the resource that is right for you!