Student Wellness Services Staff
Get to know staff of Student Wellness Services
Elizabeth McHugh, PA-c, M.P.A.S.- Director of Student Wellness Services
Elizabeth McHugh, is the Director of Student Wellness Services, and a graduate of Evergreen. The experience she had as a student here shaped her interest and philosophy about providing care and support to students. Elizabeth believes in a holistic approach to developing your own sense of well-being, and that while the basics such as eating well, getting enough sleep, and exercise are important to your overall health, so are activities and experiences on which you choose to focus your attention. Choosing to cook, and/or savor a good meal, experiencing the forest, and spending time with people who lift you up, and bring out the best in you, are all excellent ways to promote a sense of well-being, and increase your capacity to be engaged in the important work of being a student and a citizen.
SWS Assistant Director
Quinn Russell, MS LMHC - Assistant Director of Student Wellness Services
Quinn Shannon Russell completed her BA at Evergreen and went on to receive a Master of Science in Clinical Mental Health Counseling with a concentration in Ecopsychology. Quinn’s work is based in values of anti-oppression and intersectionality; working within the context of each individual’s unique experience. With an interest in holistic wellbeing Quinn works to support individuals in gaining insight, balance and health with a collaborative, strengths-based approach to therapy. As therapeutic tools Quinn uses narrative therapy, eco-therapy, art and creative expression all within a trauma-informed lens to help clients enhance the skills and insight each person already possesses. In her personal time Quinn is a crafty thing-maker, a musician, a moss and lichen worshiper, and a voracious reader of anything that inspires growth, social change, and deep introspection.
SWS Administrative Staff
Brian Meade - Business Operations Manager
Dolores Sweeney - Patient Services Lead
Student Assistance Coordinator
Beth Schuurmans, MA, LMHCA
Beth Schuurmans is a mental health counselor and currently works as the Student Assistance Coordinator at Evergreen, supporting students in connecting with resources on and off campus. Beth earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Sociology from the University of North Carolina, then went on to obtain her Master’s Degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Antioch University Seattle with a concentration in Multicultural Counseling. Beth works with her clients from a strengths-based, brief therapy approach and has a passion for supporting her clients in building resilience and self-efficacy to address systemic oppression and trauma. Throughout her career, Beth has dedicated her work toward mission of trans and queer liberation, and is passionate about working with LGBTQ communities. In her free time, Beth is a ceramics artist, audiobook aficionado, and avid traveler.
Leslie Johnson, MSW- Mental Health Therapist
Leslie graduated from Evergreen and went on to earn her M.S.W at The University of WA in 1997. As a Social Worker, she has a long history of working in social justice movements resulting in the co-founding of new programs and non- profit organizations, which brought her to work at Evergreen to continue to expand learning and growth. As a therapist she is experienced in working with depression, anxiety, trauma, grief and life transitions of all kinds. Her professional training includes EMDR, PTSD, and addiction treatment as well as LGBTQ, multicultural and relationship issues. Leslie works closely with the Vets Center on campus She has a particular interest in helping students to create healthy boundaries so that they can navigate their lives in a way that feels healthy and positive. She approaches therapy with respect, honesty, kindness and humor. In the summer you’ll find her laughing around a campfire and in the winter curled up with a good book.
Jamyang Tsultrim, MA LMHC- Mental Health Therapist
Jamyang Tsultrim is a licensed mental health counselor and has been working at the student wellness services since 2000. His main interest is in focusing on the application of integrated East-West psychological approaches to maximize knowledge and skills in living with our daily lives insightfully and compassionately. He is also a faculty member of Evening and Weekend studies program and teaches primarily East-West Psychology emphasizing mind/consciousness and emotions as well as specializes in the clinical application of mindfulness for mental health issues and well- being.
Ann Eure PA-C
Barbara Krulich PA-C
Jeremy Palmer PA-C
Pamela Moslin MD