Erin Hanks-Moehr, M.A.

General Mental Health Psychology Intern

Erin earned her undergraduate degrees in English Literature and Psychology, and a graduate degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Northern Arizona University (NAU). She is currently completing her Ph.D., in NAU’s Combined Counseling/School Psychology program. Erin’s experience has included working in multiple settings across rural Northern Arizona such as; community mental health programs/organizations, domestic violence shelters, hospitals, and providing psycho-education/assessment services to communities on the reservation.  She has been involved in many research efforts, including topics of friendships and relationships, narrative therapy, and counselor/psychologist resilience and well-being training in graduate programs. She is currently working on her dissertation, which explores the counseling supervision relationship in a cross-cultural context.  Erin continues to have evolving interests in assessment, severe mental illness, supervision, integrated care, and advocacy.  She remains passionate about helping her community; through her work in the Social Justice Action Committee, she has been involved in multiple projects, such as rural women’s health awareness/supplies, training in politics and psychology, supporting hospitalized children, and suicide prevention efforts. She is a native of Flagstaff, Arizona and in her free time, she enjoys spending time with her family and friends, hiking, reading, painting, playing piano, and caring for her animals.