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Counseling Center

Counseling Center Staff

Cathy Pettid, Director, MS, LMHP

Cathy serves as the Director of the Counseling Center and coordinates UNO’s Suicide Prevention Training Program and other outreach initiatives. She originally joined the Counseling Center as a graduate assistant while pursuing her Master’s in Community Counseling at UNO. She has been a Licensed Mental Health Practitioner with the Counseling Center since 1995. Her community contributions include certification as an Assistant Family Teacher for Boys Town and a Community Safety Manager for the National Safety Council of Greater Omaha; she also has been a Community Liaison for UNO’s Service Learning Academy. Cathy currently serves on UNO’s Academic Advising Steering Committee, focusing on professional development initiatives. Cathy is an academic advisor in University Division and coordinates the division’s Honors Program. She has taught a variety of classes at UNO including First Year Experiences courses, Counseling Practicum for UNO’s Graduate Counseling program, and Stress Management. Cathy was recently appointed as adjunct assistant professor in the School of Health, Physical Education, and Recreation for the 2011-2012 academic year.

Nate Bock, MS, LMHP, LADC

Nate is a Licensed Mental Health Practitioner and Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor. He received his Masters in Community Counseling from UNO, and he became a full-time counselor in the Counseling Center in 2000 after having worked for two years as a graduate assistant in the same office. Nate works in coordination with Student Health Services for alcohol and drug counseling and prevention and has given many presentations on the topic. He has experience working with issues regarding anger management, codependence, addictions, depression, anxiety, relationship issues, and test anxiety. Nate is also an academic advisor in University Division and teaches First-Year Experience courses.

Cheryl Campbell, MHR, LMHP

Cheryl has been a Licensed Mental Health Practitioner with the Counseling Center since 2008. She received her Masters of Human Relations and Multicultural Counseling from the University of Oklahoma in 1994, and she completed more graduate work in Human and Organizational Development and Family Systems at the Fielding Institute in 2003. Cheryl has received special training for intimate partner and domestic violence through the YWCA and Domestic Violence Coalition. She has provided crisis counseling for the YWCA’s Women Against Violence program and has done counseling with the Center for Holistic Development for several years. In addition to counseling, Cheryl is an academic advisor in University Division and teaches First Year Experience courses.

Nicole Naatz, MS, LMHP

Nicole has been with the Counseling Center since 2006, prior to which she was a graduate assistant in the same office. She received her Master’s in Community Counseling from UNO in 2006 and is a Licensed Mental Health Practitioner. She currently serves on UNO’s Voices Against Violence Task Force as well as the Safe Space and LGBTIQ Ally Committee. Nicole is an academic advisor in University Division and teaches First Year Experience courses as well as Counseling Practices as an adjunct professor for UNO’s Graduate Counseling program.

Mark Frillman, BA, LADC

Mark began academic advising for University Division in 2009. He received his BA in Human Relations from Doane College in 1993. Mark has been with the UNO Counseling Center since 2008 where he does drug and alcohol education and counseling in coordination with Student Health Services. He has been a Licensed Drug and Alcohol Counselor since 1986.

Katherine Keiser, MS, LMHP

Katherine joined the Counseling Center in 2012. She received her Master’s degree in Community Counseling from UNO in 2010 and is a Provisionally Licensed Mental Health Practitioner. Katherine previously worked for two years as a graduate assistant in the Counseling Center, presenting on such topics as campus involvement and healthy relationships. Katherine’s experience includes an internship at the Offutt Air Force Base Mental Health Clinic where she provided counseling for active military members and their families. In addition to counseling, Katherine is an academic advisor in University Division and teaches First Year Experience courses.