Hi there! I'm LB (she/her/hers), and I have been working in the wellbeing field for eleven years where I have served a wide range of populations including healthcare employees, veterans, youth, and young adults. I completed my undergraduate degree with a focus on the intersection of mindfulness and holistic mental health counseling at Union Institute & University. I have also completed Koru Mindfulness training, yoga teacher certification through YogaDharma, and wellness coach certification through the National Institute of Whole Health. My personal mindfulness practice along with my education and training provide me with a foundation of expertise and authenticity in my work with others. Previously, I served as the Wellbeing + Mindfulness Specialist, and now serve as the Assistant Director for Wellbeing for the Dartmouth College Student Wellness Center, developing programs that enhance students' capacities for mindfulness while also broadly supporting the holistic wellbeing of all students.
Hello, I'm Jane (she/her/hers)! I'm from South Korea and currently a third-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.
Hi, I'm Sid (he/him/his)! As a coach, I specialize in accountability, focused action and goal achievement to improve mental health and wellbeing in a holistic way. I am passionate about students deepening their self-awareness and as a result flourishing in all areas of their lives. I'm from Mumbai, India and also fluent in Hindi, Marathi and Gujarati. Prior to moving to the US, I completed Graduate School at the University of Leuven in Belgium . My background is in education, focusing on the use of mind-body practices (like mindfulness-meditation and yoga) to reduce stress and improve academic performance and wellbeing.
Hi, I'm Brian (he/him/his). I try to keep a low profile, considering myself to simply be a counselor who specializes in listening. However, I am occasionally pulled into the spotlight for my significant work in higher education prevention, student wellness and reducing high risk drinking with efficient and effective ways of implementing evidence base programs such as BASICS. I have spent the last decade fine tuning Dartmouth's comprehensive approach to managing and reducing high risk drinking, and have held licenses and certifications as a clinical mental health and substance abuse counselor for over 30 years.