Dr. Erin Mueller, Professor of Psychology, joined the faculty at Concordia University in 2007. She received her Ph.D. from Brigham Young University in 1997, and then she completed a clinical residency and research fellowship at Oregon Health & Science University (OHSU). Prior to coming to Concordia, she served as an Assistant Professor in the Child Development Rehabilitation Center at OHSU. She is a licensed psychologist in the State of Oregon, and she has worked in hospital and school settings, as well as in applied research.
Erin is a native Iowan, but has lived in the Portland area since 1996. She and her husband, Reed (also a psychologist), have two children. In addition to teaching, Erin's service passions are global justice issues, including poverty, hunger, and HIV/AIDS. As part of this ministry, she has traveled to Mhlosheni, Swaziland several times, and she recently designed a study abroad program in Cape Town, South Africa, for Concordia students.