Meet the UI Employee Assistance Staff

Maggie Moore, M.S.W., L.I.S.W.

Maggie Moore

Maggie (Betty Marguerite) Moore is a licensed independent social worker who received her graduate degree from the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign in 1983 with dual concentrations in Clinical Mental Health and Policy, Planning and Administration. Since that time, she has worked in a variety of settings to include the Department of Psychiatry and Employee Assistance Program (EAP). Ms. Moore is also an Adjunct Instructor in the Carver College of Medicine’s Department of Psychiatry and provides ongoing psychotherapy supervision to Child Psychiatry Fellows as well as family therapy coursework for first and second year Child Fellows. She is experienced in working with a broad range of populations and sees individuals, couples and families. Ms. Moore is trained in a variety of treatment modalities, with a special emphasis on cognitive behavioral, brief and family therapy, and works well assessing or treating people who are experiencing anxiety, depression, grief, eating disorders, marital discord or work stress. She is an active member of the National Association of Social Workers 

Bronwyn Threlkeld-Wiegand, M.S.W., L.I.S.W

Bronwyn, UI EAP Counselor

Bronwyn has a Bachelor’s Degree in Music Therapy from the University of Iowa and a Master’s Degree in Social Work from the University of Texas at Austin. She has over 20 years of experience providing counseling/therapy to individuals (kids/teens, adults) and families. She has worked at the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics with inpatient child psychiatry, the partial hospital program for Eating Disorders, in the school system and in private practice. Bronwyn has a strong interest in cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) which helps people to look at how their thoughts affect moods and behavior. Bronwyn sees individuals, couples, children and families.

Carman Walsh

Carman, EAP secretary

Carman started her career at the University of Iowa in August of 2000 working at the College of Engineering, in the Department of Mechanical Engineering. She has also worked in the College of Public Health, Institute for Quality Health Care and the Institute for Public Health Practice.

Carman is the secretary for the UI Employee Assistance Program (UI EAP) where she is at the front desk and schedules Employee Assistance Program (EAP) appointments. She serves as secretary to the director and counselors of EAP.

Diane Baumbach, M.S.W., ACSW, LISW

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Diane earned her graduate degree in Social Work at the U of Iowa in 1974. Since that time she has worked with families and individuals, providing mental health services to children and adults. Her approach tends to be eclectic, drawing from a wide range of theoretical techniques, including cognitive behavioral, family systems, and problem solving. She has specialized training under the federal guidelines for substance abuse assessment. Early in her career, she worked in child welfare, with adoption, crisis management and family development. Diane opened a private office with a colleague in 1988 and provides counseling services to individuals, couples and families. She is active in her profession, the National Association of Social Workers, where she has held a variety of positions and was nominated Social Worker of the Year in Iowa in 2004. She joined the UI EAP in 2009, where her expertise in employee related issues are appreciated.

Vicki Osland, LISW, CADC

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Vicki Osland is a certified alcohol and drug counselor who became a Licensed Masters of Social Work in 2005. She came to the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics in 2008 to work on the outpatient behavioral health unit as a substance abuse counselor and therapist. Vicki currently divides her time between UIHC Chemical Dependency Services and the University of Iowa Employee Assistance Program. She describes her approach to therapy as strengths based and person centered. Certified as a poetry therapist, Vicki utilizes creative approaches with those who are interested in using writing and reading as a way to cope and gain greater insight into themselves. She also draws on cognitive behavioral and mindfulness techniques to problem solving and working through emotionally charged situations. Vicki’s office is conveniently located on 5 Boyd Tower near elevator A on the north end of the University Hospital.