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Evelyn Hunter

Evelyn Hunter, Ph.D.

  • Associate Professor

Phone: 334-844-7608
Campus Mail: 2084 Haley Center
Office Location: Haley 2064
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Academic Areas

Counseling Psychology

Short Bio

Evelyn Hunter, PhD, is a Licensed Psychologist and an Associate Professor in Counseling Psychology at Auburn University. Dr. Hunter’s research investigates the impact of multicultural and diversity characteristics on mental health and behavioral constructs, including health disparities in mental and physical wellness constructs (e.g., Multiple Sclerosis) and the development of psychology trainee competencies. Dr. Hunter is the current Chair of the American Psychological Association Ethics Committee and works extensively with the National Multiple Sclerosis Society (NMSS) as a an NMSS Partner in MS Care and member of the Southeast Healthcare Provider Council.

Professional & Educational Experience

2013: Doctor of Philosophy, Auburn University (APA-Accredited), Auburn, Alabama Major: Counseling Psychology

Internship (APA-Accredited): Georgia Institute of Technology Counseling Center Track: General Psychotherapy; Primary Rotation: Multicultural Counseling Minor Rotation: Alcohol and Other Drug

Postdoctoral Fellowship: Health Psychology; North Main Counseling & Wellness/Premier Neurology

2006: Bachelor of Arts, Emory University, Atlanta, GA Major: Psychology

2014 - Present Licensed Psychologist, State of Alabama #1964

Research Interests

  • Mental and physiologic health disparities in autoimmune conditions

  • Mental and physical wellness constructs

  • Development of psychology trainee competencies

  • Multicultural ethics and professional competency domains