Suellen Nadeau
Suellen NadeauAssistant Professor, Sport and Exercise Science, Nursing Department, Health and Wellness Promotion
APRN, BC, American Nurses Credentialing Center
MSN, Oregon Health Sciences University
BSN, University of Maryland
Certificate in Neuroscience Informed Therapies
Certificate in Mindfulness
Certified Wellness Practitioner

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Mercy Hall 304 | 207-893-7961 |

Suellen Nadeau is an interdisciplinary Assistant Professor in Saint Joseph’s Health and Wellness Promotion Program. She teaches undergraduate and graduate students the skills to attain their highest level of biological, psychological , sociological and spiritual Wellness. She  has practiced as a Psychiatric Mental Health Clinical Nurse Specialist providing Mental Health Therapy services and Psycho-Education for the past 26 years.She is a Certified Wellness Practitioner, a Certified Mental Health Integration Medicine Provider and a Registered Yoga Teacher specializing in  Trauma -Sensitive Mindfulness and Therapeutic Yoga. She blends the best of the science and art of Western and Eastern Medicine into her practice of Integrative Health Care.


Member, Saint Joseph’s College Health and Wellness Promotion Advisory Board
Yoga and NIA practice (personal practice of dance, martial arts and healing arts)
CPR Certified by American Heart Association


Jan. 2015, Stress Management: Creating Balance and Well-Being (Keynote speaker), Maine Savings Wellness Retreat

Sept. 2014, Stress Management: Creating Balance and Well-Being, Maine Wellness & Leadership Summit

Oct. 2011, Energy Works: The Art and Science of Reiki and other Eastern Energy Medicine Healing Modalities, Saint Joseph’s College Foundation of Nursing students

Feb. 2011, Play Therapy: The Language of Children; The Work of Children; How to Use in a Therapeutic Setting, Counseling Services, Inc. supervision group

May 2010, Play Therapy: The Language of Children; The Work of Children; How to Use in a Therapeutic Setting, University of Southern Maine Nursing Faculty


Recognized as an inspirational person by St. Joseph’s Class of 2016

Pedogogical Methods

Use many hands on learning opportunities and creates assessment/implementation and evaluation educational opportunities in which students learn about themselves and can make healthy behavioral changes.