Health Services offers health education programs in coordination with other divisions such as Mental Health Services, Office of Student Life, Offices of Student Affairs and Office of Residence Life. The goal of health education is to give students the tools needed to make positive health choices by providing up-to-date health information.

We also offer individual and group health programs in the office and residence halls. Regis Community Health Services offers literature and other resources to help assist in learning about a variety of health topics. Some of the topics include women’s health, nutrition, eating disorders, anxiety, stress, sexuality, tobacco, alcohol and drug use.

We are routinely updating our list of health related issues that provide you with the latest information on specific health topics. The following are links to other web sites with health related topics. This information should not be used to diagnose or treat your health problem. It is meant to provide you with up-to-date health related information.

For more information


Mayo Clinic: Nutrition and healthy eating
Go Ask Alice: Fitness & Nutrition
The Vegetarian Resource Group

Eating Disorders

Mass. General Hospital: Harris Center
National Eating Disorders Association
Walden Behavioral Care: Eating Disorder Hospital


Health Central: Stress Information

Mental Health

The Anxiety Disorders Association of America
The National Institute of Mental Health: Anxiety Disorders
American Academy of Child Adolescent Psychiatry

Healthcare Services

Ground floor of Maria Hall

Dianna Jones, DNP, APRN-BC, FNP

Associate Dean and Medical Director of Regis Community Health Services
Family Nurse Practitioner

Counseling Services


Gail Hanson-Mayer, CNS

Certified Psychiatric Clinical
Nurse Specialist

Kathryn Klickstein, LICSW

Licensed Social Worker


Regis College Healthcare Services: Education
health, education, learning, Office of Student Life
Healthcare education provided by Regis College Healthcare Services