Health Center and Counseling Staff
About the Health Center:
The Health Center is primarily staffed by two certified nurse practitioners. The Medical Director Dr. Huston is available for consultation. A health educator provides Health Education Sessions. The services are provided by Physicians' Medical Center through a contract with Linfield College. We strive to deliver the best possible care. Our emphasis is on health promotion as well as treatment of specific medical problems. Please feel free to contact Patti Bertrand the Office Manager for appointments or questions, or call 503-883-2535.
PLEASE call ahead if you have to cancel an appointment that you have already scheduled. This will free space for appointments for sick students who really need to be seen.
Meet the Staff:
The Health Center is primarily staffed by two certified nurse practitioners. A supervising physician is available for consultation. A health educator provides Health Education Sessions. The services are provided by Physicians' Medical Center through a contract with Linfield College. We strive to deliver the best possible care. Our emphasis is on health promotion as well as treatment of specific medical problems.
Jacqueline Eriksen, M.D.
Medical Director, Board Certified Family
Practitioner, provides supervision of
the medical staff.
Patricia Haddeland, C.P.N.P.
Clinic Coordinator, Board Certified Nurse
Practitioner, coordinates clinical services at Linfield Student Health Center and provides
direct patient care.
Jenniffer Wilson, F.N.P.
Board certified Nurse Practitioner. Provides direct patient care.
Julie Burns, C.P.N.P.
Board certified Nurse Practitioner. Provides direct patient care
Sally Godard, M.D.
Board Certified Psychiatrist. Provides direct patient care
Patti Bertrand - Office Manager
is available Monday thru Friday to assist students.
Counseling Center Staff Information
Marilyn MacGregor, Ph.D.
Dawn J. Williamson, MSW is a licensed clinical social worker (LCSW) who joined our staff in the fall of 2004. She has had many years of experience in private practice as well as community social work.
Dawn works from a systems perspective and uses developmental and psychodynamic approaches to counseling. She enjoys working with individuals, groups, teaching the Overview of Helping Professions course in the fall and being a part of the C.A.T.S. program. Dawn also maintains a private practice and has a particular interest in combining traditional approaches with the expressive therapies of sand, play and art.
Laura Baker, B.A., is a current master of social work student at Portland State University and joins the counseling center staff as an intern. She has experience in several fields including music, non-profit administration, and mental health.
Laura works from a systems perspectives and uses a collaborative approach to counseling. She enjoys working with both individuals and groups and is particularly interested in combining expressive therapies and mindfulness approaches with traditional therapeutic approaches.
Rachel Freeburg, B.A., is a current Masters of Social Work student at Portland State University, and joins the counseling center this year as an intern. Rachel has 20 years experience as a community volunteer, supplementing her profession as a full-time parent. Rachel has experience working with, advocating for, and organizing children and young adults, and the adults who work on their behalf. Rachel works from a strengths-based perspective and uses a narrative, collaborative approach.
Rachel enjoys cooking, volunteering and individual sports, including running, swimming, triathlons and skiing.
David Gleave M.A., is a doctoral candidate at George Fox University and joins the counseling center staff this year as an intern.
In the past he has provided therapy for adults and families in Yamhill County, worked with those in acute psychiatric care, and has been a substance abuse counselor. David also draws upon years of experience working with teens who struggled with a variety of issues including depression, anxiety, behavioral problems, learning disabilities, and relational discord. David works from a background of person-centered and cognitive-behavioral approaches, and enjoys helping students find relief from symptoms as well as increased meaning and satisfaction in life.
Some of his favorite things are spending time with his daughter, spicy food, swimming, and reading.