Kelly Perline, (She/Her) M.Ed., CAGS., CAIP-ED, EOLD
Reflective Partner / Therapeutic Educator / Grief & Death Doula
Tending to grief and joy while being stretched large by both is my natural home base. I enter spaces facing adversity and overwhelm to hold pain with love and unconditional compassionate regard within the framework of reflective partnership. My career has had a solid foundation in integrating alternative healing modalities, mental health, and education for over 30 years. Currently, I provide in-person and remote sessions with folks of all ages and provide courses, workshops, and retreats with groups, schools, community programs, and agencies. I focus on providing an empathic break from day-to-day stressors, infusing compassion, empathy, and supportive mindsets, tending to the heart and spirit while providing opportunities for healing expression.
Dr. Shannon O’Neill, Ph.D. is an experienced higher education innovator and program developer. She has a Ph.D. in Social Psychology from SUNY Albany and a diploma in Executive Coaching from the Academy of Executive Coaching in London. She has served both sides of the house in the last 30 years, working in both Student Affairs and Academic Affairs. She moved to Vermont with her family in 2021 and landed in Randolph settling into an 1836 schoolhouse.
Gail Regan, Ph.D., MPH, M.S., P.T., is a professor in Castleton’s Department of Health and Exercise Sciences. She teaches a variety of courses including Motor Learning, Introduction to Community and Public Health, and Practicum in Exercise Leadership. She facilitates the Community Adult Physical Activity Program to which local adults with chronic diseases are referred and works with junior and senior CU students who design, demonstrate, and monitor the effectiveness of personally tailored exercise plans.
She has coached a Girls on the Run team of 8-10-year-olds at the Fair Haven Grade School since 2007, and involves Castleton students as volunteer Assistant Coaches with that program. Away from school, she and her husband are volunteer ski instructors at Sugarbush with Vermont Adaptive Ski and Sports.