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Health & Wellness Center Staff


Tara Girard

RN, BSNDirector, Health & Wellness Center and Counseling Center

Tara serves as the Director of the Health and Wellness Center and Counseling Center.

Phone: 608-363-2331
Email: girardtm@beloit.edu


Jamarr Elliott

Administrative Assistant

Jamarr serves as the administrative assistant for the Health & Wellness Center.

Phone: 608-363-2331
Email: healthcenter@beloit.edu


Namoonga Mantina'15

Health & Wellness Coordinator

Namoonga graduated from Beloit College in 2015 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Health and Society. She oversees student wellness education and health promotion programming on campus. 

Email: mantinan@beloit.edu


Medical Staff


Madelene Hamann

APNP

Madelene Hamann is a Family Nurse Practioner 


Kali Miller

RN
Kali Miller is a registered nurse with 10 years of emergency nursing experience with the Beloit Health System.She served as Director of Health and Wellness at Camp Agawak for Girls in Minocqua, Wisconsin for three summers, 2015, 2016, 2017. Kali has certifications in PALS (pediatric advanced life support), ACLS (advanced cardiac life support) and hospital emergency response training through FEMA. She enjoys the beach and a good steak!

Counseling Center Staff


Amy Johnson

MSW, LCSW

Amy Johnson has a Master of Social Work from Loyola University in Chicago and a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from UIU. She is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and has experience providing individual and group psychotherapy. Her professional interests include depression, anxiety, relationships, trauma, identity development and life adjustments/transitions. Her counseling approach is based on the unique needs of the individual and she works with students to determine how counseling can be most useful for them based on their experiences, background, culture, and worldview.


Krystal deLeón Judah

MS, LPC-IT

Ms. Judah has a Master of Science degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from UW-Whitewater. She uses a client-centered approach to provide trauma-informed care. She uses a variety of techniques that allow her to provide culturally sensitive therapy.

Her clinical interest includes empowering women, working with domestic violence and other victimization, emotional regulation, anxiety, depression, and adjustment issues.


Andrew Jadczak

MA, LPC

Mr. Jadczak has a Masters Degree in Counseling Psychology from Northwestern University in Chicago and is a Licensed Professional Counselor. He provides therapy at Beloit College and the Counseling Care Center at Beloit Memorial Hospital. His clinical experience includes working with anxiety issues, personality disorders, adjustment issues, and anger management in a psychodynamic framework to build coping skills and insight.s.


Nikki Bengtson

MS, NCC, LPC

Ms. Bengtson has a Master of Science degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from UW-Whitewater. She serves as a mental health counselor for the Counseling Care Center at the hospital and Beloit Memorial High School clinic. Her clinical interests include working with children, adolescents and young adults in the treatment of anxiety and mood disorders from a trauma-informed framework.


Kaj Anderson '71

MS, CSW, LPC

I’m a transplant to Beloit, coming here to Beloit College from Ft. Benning, GA during the college’s field term years. My father was a career Army Officer, and his assignments took us across the country and to Panama as I was growing up. My ancestral home is St. Croix, USVI. I’ve worked a number of human services jobs, with the bulk of my career at Rock County Human Services working with a variety of settings, most of which have been in the community. These include being a liaison from the county to all of the secondary schools and beyond, including Beloit College. I have also worked in traditional clinic settings, mental health and AODA inpatient hospitals, and the Juvenile Detention Center. My last setting was the Community Support Program helping people with chronic and severe mental illnesses live in the community and out of more restrictive settings. I retired from Rock County this year, which gives me more time to pursue my passion for music.  I’ve also been lead guitarist for several bands throughout my adult life. In counseling, I tend to use a non-directive, eclectic, cognitive approach that allows for flexibility in the therapeutic process. I am looking forward to being back on campus.!


Katelyn Blatter

MSW, LCSW, CSAC

Ms. Blatter has a Master of Social Work degree from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.  She is dually licensed to treat both mental health and substance use disorders and provides care at the Beloit School District and at the Counseling Care Center. She has past experience working in individual and group settings as well as providing clinical case management services in a community setting.  Her clinical interests include the treatment of trauma, addiction, anxiety, and mood disorders in children, teens, and adults.