Counseling Liaisons to Colleges
College of Engineering, Mathematics, and Science
Jason Artz earned his Bachelor of Science in both criminal justice and psychology
from UW-Platteville in 2004. In 2005, he returned to UW-Platteville to pursue a
Master of Science in Education in Counselor Education, which he earned in 2007.
Artz has provided in-home counseling services to families and children before
returning to UW-Platteville in 2012 to join University Counseling Services. An
area of special interest for him is incorporating mindfulness and meditation into
the counseling process. In his spare time, he enjoys camping with his family,
motorcycling, and watching programs on restoring old houses. He looks forward
to working with the College of Engineering, Mathematics and Science, especially
providing continued academic and emotional support for the students.
College of Business, Industry, Life Science, and Agriculture
Teresa Miller completed a bachelor's degree in sociology with a minor in psychology at
Illinois State University in Normal, Illinois. In 2009, she completed a Master of Social Work
degree at the University of Chicago School of Social Service Administration. While studying for
her M.S.W., Miller focused on academic environments and how to involve community supports
to improve student achievement. Teresa joined University Counseling Services as a Licensed
Clinical Social Worker in the spring of 2013. One thing Teresa would like to help students in
the College of Business, Industry, Life Science and Agriculture accomplish is feeling confident
about their ability to solve problems. "University Counseling Services is here for all students. No
one should hesitate to seek out counseling, as it can offer growth and tools to care for ourselves.
Seeking out counseling oftentimes is one of the most honest and brave things because it allows
you to focus on making positive changes in life." In her spare time, Miller enjoys spending time
outdoors climbing, hiking, cross country skiing, and running the trails around campus.
College of Liberal Arts and Education
Jodi Moen, M.S.E., L.P.C., has been working as an Associate Counselor at University
Counseling Services since January 2016. She earned both her bachelor’s and
master’s degrees from UW-Platteville in psychology and counseling psychology,
respectively. Moen has professional experience providing individual, family, and
couples therapy to people of all ages and in various settings, including schools,
inpatient and outpatient facilities, and a crisis center. She has special interests in
multicultural counseling and working with student veterans. Moen has received
training in motivational interviewing, applied suicide intervention skills training, and
trauma focused cognitive behavioral therapy. Through her client-centered, strengthbased
approach, Moen strives to empower students to achieve the goals they have
set for themselves. In Moen's free time, she enjoys partaking in and observing the
production of many wonderful musicals, plays, and vocal music performances.