|Evelyn A. Hunter, PhD
Dr. Hunter is a Licensed Counseling Psychologist and Assistant Professor at Auburn University. Her research aim is to shift paradigms of understanding toward equity and justice. She primarily investigates the ways in which multicultural characteristics intersect with mental health and behavioral constructs, such as health disparities in Multiple Sclerosis. Dr. Hunter owns a group psychology practice, Auburn Psychological Wellness Center, in which she works primarily with patients and caregivers impacted by Multiple Sclerosis and other autoimmune conditions. She also has a passion for teaching, and enjoys encouraging students to think critically about who we are and how our cultural experiences shape our mental and physical health behaviors. In free time, she loves to laugh and play with her husband (Julius), three children (Micah-6, Mason-4, and Madi-7mon), and 2 dogs (Shuga and Spyce).