Meet the Staff
Peg Gregory, MSW. LICSW, Director
Peg completed her bachelor's degree in psychology at SUNY Geneseo, earned her master of social work (MSW) from Simmons College, and is a licensed as an independent clinical social worker. She began her clinical career as a behavior technician at the Brattleboro Retreat and joined the United Counseling Service in Bennington County as an outpatient clinician in 1989. She was promoted to program manager in 2003 and then appointed as the director of Outpatient Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services in 2013. Peg has supervised doctoral level therapist in their psychotherapy practices and worked as a field instructor for SUNY Albany's master's degree program in social work. She was also closely involved in the state of Vermont's Blueprint for Health Project. Her areas of expertise include stress management and treating anxiety and mood disorders.
Gwen Koenig, LCMHC, LADC, Counselor
Gwen has outstanding credentials as a licensed clinical mental health counselor, licensed alcohol and drug counselor, and certified school counselor. She received her BA degree from Gustavus Adolphus College and her masters in counseling from Michigan State University. Most recently she worked at Rutland Mental Health as a school clinician and substance abuse clinician.
Lisa Perry, Administrative Assistant
Lisa is a graduate of Green Mountain College who resides in Hampton, NY. During her tenure as a student here, Lisa was a member of the first class to see the College turn co-ed and become a four year College. Seventeen years after graduation, Lisa returned to GMC as an employee. Serving the college in a variety of ways, Lisa has worked for Student Life and the Wellness Center for the past thirteen years. Lisa has many fond years of her time as a student at GMC. Lisa enjoys spending time with her family and grandkids, flower gardening, reading, and kayaking.
Shirley Oskamp, Campus Chaplain
Rev. Shirley Oskamp has been a United Methodist pastor for more than 25 years, and a seeker of God in all things for her whole life. She brings an open mind and heart to the work of helping students and the campus community in general make connections between their inner and outer life, between spirituality and material life. Although she has roots in the Christian tradition, Shirley is a support to students, faculty, and staff of all religious backgrounds and spiritual traditions.
Wellness Center staff can be reached at 802-287-8376.