Welcome to the

SI Wellness Department

SI Wellness Team

Nick Calabrese, MFT

Counseling Director

Nicholas Calabrese began his Jesuit education at Jesuit High School in Carmichael, CA. He then attended Santa Clara University to obtain a Bachelors in Psychology, and completed a Masters in Clinical Psychology at Notre Dame de Namur in Belmont. He is licensed as a Marriage and Family Therapist and has provided psychotherapy and clinical support at both public and private schools as well as non-profit organizations. He also maintains a small private practice on the peninsula, working primarily with adolescents and their families. Mr. Calabrese will be serving as the Wellness Coordinator to continue to develop the Sophomore Wellness Seminar and provide support to students through the Wellness Program

Pam Spaulding, MFT

Wellness Counselor

Pam Spaulding returns to SI for her 7th year as a Wellness Counselor. She holds a Bachelor's in Psychology from UMASS, a Master's Degree in Clinical Psychology and a CA Marriage and Family Therapy License. Pam has worked in the mental health field for more than 20 years with adults, teens and families in community-based, non-profit mental health agencies and as a School Counselor for grades K-12 in both private and public school settings. She is a wife of an SI alumni and mother of two daughters, ages 14 and 11. Currently, she also has a small private psychotherapy practice in Burlingame. Pam will continue to make herself available to students and their families for their social and emotional needs.

Terri Driscoll Law, MFT

Wellness Counselor

Terri Driscoll Law, MFT is in her first year as a Wellness Counselor but has been part of the SI community for the past ten years. She has provided maternity coverage for various Personal and Academic Counselors over the years and worked as a permanent Personal & Academic Counselor for the last two years at SI. Terri graduated from UCSB with a B.A. in Sociology and graduated from University of San Francisco with an M.A. in Counseling Psychology. She has been a licensed Marriage Family Therapist since 2008. In addition to her fifteen years of school counseling in high schools, she is a certified Supervisor and has mentored MFT and Social Workers in training for licensure for ten years. She has worked in private practice mostly serving teens and families. Terri is a proud mom to two boys ages 11 and 7 years old. She truly enjoys working with our students at SI.

Angelica D. Barron, MS

Wellness Counselor

This is Angelica Barron's first year as a Wellness Counselor at SI. She holds a BA at San Francisco State University in Psychology and a minor in counseling, as well as a Master's of Science in Clinical Psychology from Bethany University. Ms. Barron has worked in the mental health field for over 9 years working in a private practice setting as well as community-based. She has worked with children ages 4-18, families, and individuals. She worked in Bremerton, Washington from 2016-2018 working with high risk teens, military families, and minorities while her husband of 5 years served in the Navy. She is a biracial woman of color who is half Mexican and half African American who speaks spanish, and looks forward to helping the BIPOC community at SI. Ms. Barron is excited to be a part of the SI community this year.

We are together during an unprecedented time. Our students and parents are being asked to manage a lot. You may be feeling anxious, stressed, lonely, or overwhelmed. All your feelings are valid.

This site introduces topics and tools for the issues we have noticed students struggling most with during distant learning- Anxiety, Depression and Grief. We offer a few coping mechanisms here but would love to hear from you about your individual struggle and how we may be able to help.

Please contact a Wellness Counselor if you need support for these or other social, emotional or mental health needs. We can offer you support, coping tools, or resources in your community.

Click on a name above to email an individual Wellness Counselor.

Click HERE to contact the Department.