About Our Staff - Student Health Center

  • Sally Bratton, RN, FNP, PA-C, Life Coach
    - Director and Nurse Practitioner

    Sally has been the Director of the Ohlone Student Health Center since it opened in 1996. Besides her administrative duties, she also provides primary care to Ohlone's 12,000 students. She is a graduate of the UC Davis Nurse Practitioner / Physician Assistant Program and a certified smoking cessation counselor. She was instrumental in Ohlone becoming a smoke free campus. She is always striving to improve and expand health related programs for the Ohlone campus.

    Sally and Sang Leng Trieu co-authored this journal article with Becky Perelli: Examining Mental Health Data in California Community Colleges (PDF), ijournal.us, October 2008, Issue No. 20
    www.ijournal.us/issue_20/ij_20_07_trieu_bratton_perelli.html. Please visit ijournal.us to see other articles on services Community Colleges in California.

  • Rosemary O'Neill, MA, MFT, Professional Certified Life Coach (PCC)
    - Coordinator of Personal Counseling and Life Coaching Services

    Rosemary is a licensed marriage family therapist, and a certified life coach. A graduate of Humboldt State University, she received her MA in Counseling Psychology. Rosemary has had a private practice of psychotherapy and has worked in the counseling departments in both the California State University system and the California Community College system prior to coming to Ohlone College, where she has developed services for the mental health and wellbeing for Ohlone students. Committed to personal growth and expansion, Rosemary has a breadth of experience working with students who want to embark on a positive course of personal discovery, overcome blocks to achievement, realize visions and successfully navigate transitions and change.

    Life coach Rosemary is mentioned several times in Shape Magazine's Weight Loss Diary by Maureen Healy.

  • Jessica Lopez
    - Medical Assistant

    Jessica has been working at the Ohlone Student Health Center since September 2004. She received her medical assistance training at American Business College International. Jessica enjoys spending time with her family and friends and is a proud parent of one daughter.

  • Janet Quijas
    - Office Manager

    Janet has been working at the Student Health Center since 1998. She is part of the first graduating class of Evergreen Valley College in San Jose with a major in Speech Pathology. She is always here to lend a helping hand to all students and staff. Janet is a lovely wife and mother of five kids.

  • Sang Leng Trieu, Dr.PH, CHES
    - Health Education Coordinator

    Sang has been with the health center since 1999 as the Health Education Coordinator. She received her BA in Social Ecology from the University of California, Irvine, and her MPH in Health Education from Loma Linda University. Sang is currently a doctoral candidate – trying to finish her dissertation on Chinese/Chinese American college women and sexual health.

    Sang and Sally Bratton co-authored this journal article with Becky Perelli: Examining Mental Health Data in California Community Colleges (PDF), ijournal.us, October 2008, Issue No. 20, www.ijournal.us/issue_20/ij_20_07_trieu_bratton_perelli.html. Please visit ijournal.us to see other articles on services Community Colleges in California.

    Sang's article Taboo Talk about partner communication and HIV testing is featured in the December 2008 / January 2009 issue (page 44) of Audrey Magazine, an Asian American Women's Lifestyle publication. Read Taboo Talk (PDF scanned from magazine).

  • Sy Ulrike, Psy.D.
    - Deaf Mental Health Counselor

    Sy volunteers her time at the Student Health Center. She is working toward licensure as a psychologist. She earned her BA in psychology from the University of California, Los Angeles, and her doctorate (Psy.D.) from the California School of Professional Psychology in San Francisco. She completed her pre-doctoral and post-doctoral internships at San Jose State University, where she developed her passion for working with college students.

    Sy’s goal is to help Deaf, and Hard of Hearing students overcome obstacles to personal and academic success. She has experience working with a wide varieties of issues, including identity development, self esteem, stress, anxiety, depression, difficult adjustment (related to new school, new culture, new country, new language, etc.), family and relationship problems, communication barriers, social isolation, special issues of being lesbian, gay, bisexual, and/or transgender, and special issues of Deafness/Deafhood, or having a disability, among other things.

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