Faculty Profile

Mandy Morrill, Ed.D.

Assistant Professor, Clinical Training Coordinator

Dickmeyer Hall, 207
(219) 464-6764


Dr. Morrill joined the faculty in 2010, and serves as an assistant professor of Psychology.  Some of her primary interests include counselor training and developing counselor identity as well as supervision.  Dr. Morrill’s primary research interest involves examining long-term consequences of sibling relationships, in particular abusive sibling relationships.   Additionally, she has engaged in research related to the impact of family violence on interpersonal competencies and self-esteem.  Her current course offerings are Community and Health Counseling, Counseling Theories, Counseling Practicum, and Counseling Internship.  Outside of the classroom, Dr. Morrill enjoys spending time outdoors with her dog Jersey and traveling to new places.


Ed.D. - University of Memphis 2009
M.A. - The College of New Jersey 2005
B.A. - State University of New York at Binghamton 1997