Jasmine M. Fairfax, B.A.
Jasmine M. Fairfax is the office manager for the Behavioral Wellness Clinic.
She ensures that operations are running smoothly and oversees the work of the other office staff. This
includes phone intakes, payment processing, and scheduling.
Jasmine graduated with honors from the University of Louisville, majoring in Nutrition Science and minoring in
Chemistry and Math. She plans on pursuing graduate studies in Nutrition
and Culinary Arts. When not working or studying, she enjoys baking, singing, and spending time with her family.
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Mailae Halstead, B.S.
Mailae Halstead is our newest administrative assistant for the Behavioral Wellness Clinic and a new resident to the state of Connecticut. She obtained her Bachelor's of Science in Psychology at the University of New Orleans and is currently working towards her Masters in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Southern Connecticut State University. Mailae is passionate about trauma informed care and culturally competent therapy practices. When not working or studying Mailae enjoys cooking, live music, and hiking.
Amanda Milliken is one of the administrators for the Behavioral Wellness Clinic. She is a current undergraduate student at the University of Connecticut seeking to go to graduate school for Clinical Psychology. She is an avid philanthropist for Domestic Violence Awareness through her involvement in Alpha Chi Omega Fraternity at UConn. Additionally, she is the president of the organization called UNITE which tackles topics such as the stereotypes of greek life, how to live a healthy lifestyle and participate in activities to build relationships throughout the UConn community. Amanda's friends describe her as selfless and compassionate.
Zoe Terwilliger is one of the administrators for the Behavioral Wellness Clinic. She takes care of phone calls, emails, payments, scheduling, and general office maintenance. She is a student at the University of Connecticut in the pre-medical field of study, and she intends on becoming a physician.
In her free time, she enjoys dance, travel, trying new foods, and spending time with her friends.