Uhler Hall, Room 221
Dr. Mills is working full-time
from home in concert with the community response to attempt to contain
the coronavirus. The best way to reach him is through email. He will
respond within a business day to an email. Suitable
follow-up will be arranged from there (email or Zoom).
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I think I was already trying to be a psychologist and musician by the time I was three years old. I don't know how much “deciding” there really was.
Dynamic psychotherapy, clinical supervision, and professional issues, shame and human attachment patterns, and executive function and habits, mindfulness, and attention in music.
I am always working on a clinical paper. These are areas in which undergraduate students are not prepared to contribute and graduate students must have special interest and focus. I am also working on a paper about how a student can learn to read a scholarly
My other projects are largely associated with the areas of interest noted above. Undergraduate students interested in working with me must either 1) identify a project of mine in which they have interest and is at a suitable stage of development and contact
me about working on the project, or 2) have a project concept that is closely linked to an on-going project. I am not currently available to direct projects that are not linked to my on-going efforts.
I serve in a number of service roles. In addition to service to my department, I am a site visitor for the Commission on Accreditation of the American Psychological Association, a work sample reviewer and examiner for the American Board of Professional
Psychology, a Board member of the Merican Board of Counseling Psychology, a member of PASSHE’s Academic Program Review Committee, and a consultant to Indiana County Children and Youth Services.