Student Wellness Services Staff

Get to know the staff at Student Wellness Services

Delores Braaten

Patient Services Lead

Delores has served as the Patient Services Lead since 2016. She is an Evergreen alum who studied Public Health, and enjoys helping students connect with their academic passions at Evergreen. You can find her outside on the trails every chance she gets.

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Kaila Bangs

Kaila Bangs, CMA

Medical Assistant

Kaila (she/her) is a Medical Assistant at Student Wellness Services.  She has been a Medical Assistant for the last six years and staffs our front office. Kaila enjoys her work with students, providing quality care and growing her knowledge every day.  Kaila is currently pursuing her RN license in school.  As a Medical Assistant, she strives to give patients the care that she would expect as a patient, that is kindness and patience. Outside of work, she enjoys baking and crocheting.

Counseling Staff

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Jamyang Tsultrim

Jamyang Tsultrim, MA, LMHC

Mental Health Clinician

Jamyang (he/him) is a licensed Mental Health Counselor and has been working at Student Wellness Services since 2000. His main interest is focusing on the application of integrated East-West psychological approaches to maximize knowledge and skills in living our daily lives insightfully and compassionately. He is also a faculty member in the Evening & Weekend Studies program, teaching East-West Psychology that emphasizes the relationships between mind, consciousness, and emotions. He specializes in the clinical application of mindfulness for mental health issues and well-being.

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Madison Johnson

Madison Johnson, MHP, LMHCA

Mental Health Clinician

Madison (she/they) graduated from Evergreen in 2010 and earned their Master of Art’s in Counseling degree from Saint Martin’s University in 2021. Before graduating in 2021, Madison worked with domestic violence and sexual assault trauma survivors at SafePlace in Olympia for six years. Over the past several years, Madison has also worked with low-income youth and LGBTQIA clients as a therapist. Madison’s style of therapy is a strengths-based, compassion-focused, feminist approach with a sprinkle of mindfulness. The therapy she provides is trauma-informed, collaborative, and based on building a mutually respectful relationship. Madison has experience working with people experiencing trauma, relationship issues, grief and loss, depression, anxiety, issues related to oppression, and substance use issues. Madison is passionate about music, learning, healing, journaling, social justice, connecting with nature, emotional literacy, relaxing, and having fun.

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Rachel Freer, MA, LMHCA

Mental Health Clinician

Rachel (she/her) is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor Associate and is new to Student Wellness Services. She is a graduate of Evergreen and a long-time Olympia resident. As a person-centered therapist, her style is relaxed, and solution focused. The relationship between therapist and client is a priority for her along with offering clients’ concrete skills to manage anxiety, depression, and academic challenges. A life-long learner, Rachel is currently working on becoming certified in the treatment of eating disorders and studying narrative therapy. She loves a good rainy PNW day – it’s a great excuse to curl up with a cup of coffee and a knitting project.

Medical Staff

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Eric Frevert

Eric Frevert, PA-C

Physician Assistant

Eric (he/him) is a family medicine Physician Associate (PA) with a variety of clinical experience. He is passionate about providing high-quality, evidence-based healthcare to the communities he serves. He graduated from Purdue University, earning a Bachelor of Science in Health Science with minor in Spanish. He also graduated from the University of St. Francis, earning a Master of Physician Assistant Studies with focus in primary care and cardiology. Eric started his career at a community health center in Alamosa, Colorado, where he enjoyed working with patients of all ages and backgrounds, including migrant farm workers. He has worked in private practice and enjoys interdisciplinary collaboration to achieve the best patient outcomes. In 2019, Eric and his family moved to the Pacific Northwest to explore new opportunities and adventures. Eric worked at MultiCare Capital Family Medicine and St. Martin’s University Student Health Clinic in Olympia, Washington, before joining Evergreen Student Wellness Services. Recreational interests include camping, hiking, kayaking, owning dogs/chickens, and fly fishing. He loves spending time with his family outdoors, exploring the beauty and wonder of the Pacific Northwest.

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Kim Wadsworth

Kim Ha Wadsworth, DO

Physician

Dr. Kim Ha Wadsworth, DO (she/her) is a board-certified family medicine physician who provides care at Evergreen SWS and has a solo practice in Olympia, WA to provide full-spectrum direct primary care to people from all walks of life. She completed her residency training at Central Washington Family Medicine Residency program (Yakima, WA) after receiving her medical degree at Pacific Northwest University of Health Sciences – College of Osteopathic Medicine (Yakima, WA) and her pre-med degree (B.S. in Biological Sciences) from Stanford University (Stanford, CA). Leveraging the integrated Primary Care Behavioral Health model at CWFMR, Dr. Kim collaborated closely with behavioral health consultants to deliver comprehensive, whole-person care that actively engaged patients in their own wellness while treating every patient with dignity. Moreover, her training in osteopathic manipulative medicine allows her to apply the healing power of touch for treatment of somatic dysfunction and sports injuries.

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Elizabeth McHugh

Elizabeth McHugh, PA-C, M.P.A.S.

Director of Student Wellness, Recreation and Athletics

Elizabeth (she/her) is the Director of Student Wellness Recreation and Athletics, 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.

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Katie Sample

Financial Analyst

Katie (she/her) is our Business Operations Manager at Student Wellness, Recreation and Athletics She has been working at Evergreen since 2015 after starting in Accounting and is excited to have joined SWRA in February 2022. Katie is from the Midwest, graduated from the University of Iowa and is a huge sports fan! Go Geoducks! 

Location and Contact

Visit Health eConnect to schedule appointments, complete forms, and complete your Measles Immunity requirement. 

Phone: (360) 867-6200 

Fax: (360) 867-6787

Located on the 3rd floor of SEM-2 B. 

Mailing address: 2700 Evergreen Parkway NW, SEM-2 B3132, Olympia, WA 98505 

Office Hours

Available by appointment during the academic weeks of Fall, Winter, and Spring quarters.

Monday - Thursday: 10 am - 5 pm
Fridays: 10 am - 12 pm

Closed for lunch 12 - 1 pm, Monday - Thursday

We are closed for campus holidays, breaks, and Summer