Dr. Muller is an Associate Professor of Counseling in the Department of Educational Foundations and Counseling Programs at Hunter College. She serves as the Program Leader/Coordinator for the Mental Health Counseling Program. Professor Muller received her master’s degree in rehabilitation counseling from Hunter College and her Ph.D. in rehabilitation psychology from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She has a variety of clinical experience working with individuals with multiple disabilities, including people with substance abuse and dependence, severe mental illnesses as well as diverse mental health disorders.
Professor Muller’s teaching responsibilities have been at the master’s level with an emphasis on clinical and didactic coursework in Interviewing and Counseling Techniques, Group Counseling, Practicum, Individual Supervision, Internships and Independent Studies. In 2016, Dr. Muller was honored with the Hunter College School of Education Ladas Award for Exemplary Teaching.
Dr. Muller research interests are in the areas of psychiatric rehabilitation, psychosocial adjustment to disability, fibromyalgia, quality of life, multicultural issues, and evidence-based practice. She has published extensively in these areas and has presented her research work in national and international conferences. She has received several PSC-CUNY research awards.