Walter Mittelstaedt

Walter Mittelstaedt, PhD, C.Psych

Director, Campus Wellness

Dr. Walter Mittelstaedt is the University of Waterloo’s Director of Campus Wellness, a position he has held since November 2014.  Previously, he worked as Director of the Centre for Mental Health Research in the University’s Psychology department and for some years as Director of Mental Health at Lutherwood in Waterloo. Throughout his career, he has maintained a practice in clinical psychology, has taught graduate level courses, participated in research and conducted many workshops and training sessions. Dr. Mittelstaedt is an alumnus of the University of Waterloo with an Honours BA in Psychology.  He received his Masters and PhD degree from the University of Saskatchewan.

Dr. Clark Baldwin

Clark Baldwin, BSc, MASc, MD, CCFP

Medical Director

Dr. Baldwin is the University Medical Director and practices Family Medicine at Health Services. As Medical Director he is involved in development and maintenance of the Health Services Clinics for students, and urgent care and first aid treatment for University employees as required by Occupational Health and Safety legislation.

Dr. Baldwin has a Bachelors of Science from the University of Toronto, a Masters of Applied Science in Chemical Engineering from the University of Waterloo, and a Doctor of Medicine from the University of Toronto. As well, he maintains Certification in the College of Family Physicians.

Jeanette Gascho

Jeanette Gascho, MS

Administrative Officer

Jeanette joined UW in 2000 and worked as a counsellor in Counselling Services on main campus and in Architecture in Cambridge until 2014. She was the first employee in the Administrative group of Campus Wellness, now leading that group as Administrative Officer.

Jennifer McCorriston

Jennifer McCorriston, MSc, BKin

Associate Director, Health Promotion

Jennifer is the Associate Director of Health Promotion in Campus Wellness. After graduating with a Kinesiology degree she worked in rehabilitation. Through this experience, she became interested in the underlying social and environmental barriers that prevent people from achieving the highest level of health.

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