Mental Health | Resources for Scholars

Asking for help is hard, especially when we receive messages that being strong means doing it all on your own.  The following resources are meant to help our scholars and families navigate and explore how they’re feeling, while thinking about what they can do to promote positive change within themselves and their family. 

The Mental Health Team is here to connect when you’re ready!

Contact the Mental Health Team

Roy Fisher
(Post AEP, Seattle)

Child and Family Therapist

B.A. Psychology,
University of California, Berkeley
M.A. Marriage and Family Therapy,
Pacific Lutheran University

Kathryn Pienta
(Post AEP, Seattle)

Clinical Social Worker & Therapist

B.A. Psychology,
Wheaton College
Masters in Social Work,
Simmons College

Quianna Koonce
(AEP, Seattle)

Mental Health Clinician/ Counselor

B.A. Sociology & Anthropology,
Agnes Scott College
Masters in Social Work,
North Carolina Central University

Danny Campa

Director of Wellness

B.A. in Psychology,
University of California, Riverside
Ed. S. in School Psychology,
University of Washington
Ph. D. in School Psychology,
University of Washington
Psychologist License,
State of Washington DOH

Mental Health Resource Packet

Common Mental Health Challenges/Diagnoses

Coping Skills & Self Care