Colleen Mullen is a mental health services professional working in the field of psychology, and marriage and family therapy since 2002. She has been a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist since 2006 and earned her Doctorate degree in 2009. During those years, Mullen had great opportunities to help my clients meet or surpass their own expectations. She particularly like the coaching aspect of her work because she tend to be assertive and direct. Mullen likes to think that she can see the bigger picture, she lets her clients fill in the details they want in that picture. She wants to help clients get moving towards their stated change quickly. She will do her part to be supportive, clear and understanding. She expects clients to be honest through the process.
Mullen holds a PsyD in Marriage and Family Therapy from Alliant International University and MA in Marriage and Family Therapy from the United States International University.
Her publication and conference presentation are as follows:
Rivers, P.C., Mullen, C.J., & Malakoff, M. (2010). Substance Abuse & Psychopathology: Dually Diagnosed Patients, In G.W. & A.W. Lawson (Eds.) Alcoholism and Substance Abuse in Diverse Populations (2nd ed), (p. 47-74). Austin, TX: Pro-Ed.
The Annual Conference of the Society for Chaos Theory in Psychology and Life Sciences , Milwaukee July 2009. An Ecosystemic Integration of Chaos, General Systems and Family Systems and Family Systems Theories Applied to Therapist Anxiety and Trauma During Individual and Family Life Discontinuous Transitions.
Credits: Coaching through Chaos
Published: 06 November 2015
Last update: 24 August 2016