Self-Help Therapy


JED Campus memberULifeline is an anonymous online resource center for college students that offers a variety of self-evaluators that helps to identify common mental health issues, as well as tips on overall wellness.

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Nicole Krotinger, MS, LCMHC

Nicole is a graduate of University of Vermont’s undergraduate and graduate degree programs, with a Master of Science from the Mental Health Counseling program in 2002. She has been a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor for adults, children, and families in Vermont for the past 15 years working in a variety of school, clinical, and private practice settings. She was the founding therapist and director of Hannah’s House, a nonprofit community mental health center in Waitsfield, Vermont. Now, as the director of Counseling and Wellness for Norwich, she works on program development and prevention for mental health support and resources on campus.


Melissa Marcellino, MS, LCMHC
Clinical director

Melissa has been providing individual, couples, family, and group therapy to adolescents and adults since 2007. She has worked in community mental health agencies, residential settings, schools, and homes across Franklin, Grand Isle, Washington and Chittenden Counties. She graduated magna cum laude from St. Michael’s college in 2005, received a Master of Science in Mental Health Counseling from University of Vermont in 2008, and is a licensed clinical mental health counselor. She has completed intensive training in dialectical behavior therapy, and her work is strongly informed by cognitive-behavioral therapy and solution-focused brief treatment. Melissa enjoys presenting workshops and trainings and is passionate about working with our college population.

Will Kraman, LSW, LDAC 
Senior mental health counselor

Will is a dually licensed clinician that has been working for the past six years of practice with clinical presentations related to depression, anxiety, substance abuse, emotional and behavioral imbalances, trauma and social and communication issues. Will has worked with young adults and families in community agency and residential settings in Vermont’s Chittenden and Washington counties. His clinical orientation pulls from clinical models including cognitive behavior therapy, dialectical behavioral therapy, narrative therapy, mindfulness, eye movement desensitization and reprocessing and motivational interviewing. Will lives in Vermont with his wife and his three children; when he’s not working, he enjoys being with family and being outside, hiking, biking, skiing, tracking and fly fishing.

Rebecca Pressman, MSW
Mental health counselor

Rebecca is a recent University of Southern California graduate with a Master of Social Work. She also earned a Bachelor of Arts in music composition from Hamilton College and a Master of Arts in English literature from Middlebury College’s Bread Loaf School of English. She recently completed a clinical social work internship at Column Health, a substance use disorder clinic in Arlington, Massachusetts. Before pursuing her Master of Social Work degree, Rebecca worked at independent boarding high schools in a variety of roles, including English teacher, student adviser, English department chair, 11th grade class dean, student activities coordinator, dormitory head, choral director and yoga instructor. Rebecca is passionate about helping people explore and better understand their individual and shared human experiences.

Megan Speck, MS
Mental health counselor 

Megan has a Master of Science in clinical mental health counseling and a Bachelor of Science in psychology from the University of Vermont. She recently completed her counseling internship at Norwich University and in the past worked in school settings as an interventionist and in mental health agencies as a support specialist. Megan is drawn to work with undergraduates, recognizing that for them, college is a unique time of growth, development and identity exploration. In her free time, she spends time with her rescue dog, running, weightlifting and enjoying time with her family and friends.

David Beams
Mental health counselor intern

David is our graduate counseling intern for the 2021-22 academic year. He is in his final year of the Masters in Mental Health Counseling Program at the University of Vermont, where he earned his undergraduate degree in English and sociology. He has worked in education and hospitality and is particularly interested in applying critical lenses to media and popular culture. In his free time, David plays soccer, music and fetch with his dog, Sophie.

Krista Day
Administrative assistant

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