Student Counseling Center: Staff
Robin Keillor, Ph.D., Director, Psychologist
Robin is a licensed psychologist, holding a Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology from Arizona State University. Robin’s areas of specialization include trauma resolution and multi-cultural/cross-cultural counseling. In addition to her specializations, Robin has many years of experience working with university students who are exploring a wide range of personal identity, social, emotional, career, and educational concerns. Robin has been employed at Pacific University since 2002.
Sandra Doan, Psy.D., Staff Psychologist
Sandra is a licensed psychologist, holding a Psy.D. in Clinical Psychology from the Pacific University School of Professional Psychology. Sandra did her undergraduate work at the University of Hawaii and earned Bachelor's degrees in both Psychology and Philosophy. She has a special interest in the intersection of Eastern and existential philosophy in psychotherapy with a focus on life transitions/adaptations and multi-cultural/cross-cultural counseling. Sandra has found her passion working with university students who are exploring a wide range of personal identity, social, emotional, career, and educational concerns.
Joselyne Perry, Ph.D., Staff Psychologist
Joselyne holds a PhD in Counseling Psychology from the University of California, Santa Barbara. She is honored to work with students as they take the time to examine their lives, feelings, relationships, and selves more deeply through therapy. She enjoys working with college students, and has specific expertise in the areas of sexual assault, trauma, and disordered eating. As a therapist, Joselyne works to maintain a warm, caring environment in which clients feel safe enough to take positive steps toward healthy change.
Forrest Merrill , Psy.D., Post-Doctoral Psychology Resident
Forrest holds a Psy.D. in Clinical Psychology from the Pacific University School of Professional Psychology. As a transfer student he did his last two years of undergraduate work at Pacific University and majored in psychology and social work. As a therapist, he works to build collaborative and supportive relationships to assist individuals in their own process of development, growth, and exploration. He greatly enjoys working with university students and considers himself very privileged to work at his alma mater. Forrest has many clinical interests. Some of these include relationship concerns, complex trauma, multicultural/cross cultural counseling, gender and sexuality identity development, LGBTQ issues, couple’s therapy, and family of origin work. In his personal life, Forrest has a passion for cooking, exercise, nutrition, reading, creative writing, and enjoys board games.
(Susie) Elisabeth Musch, Ph.D., Post-Doctoral Psychology Resident
Susie holds a Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology and School Psychology from Florida State University. She enjoys working with clients to build greater awareness of thoughts, feelings, and behaviors; enhance understanding of how these may be influenced by past and present experiences; and support or develop the skills necessary to begin making desired changes. Susie’s clinical interests include anxiety and depression, body image and disordered eating, career development, group therapy, interpersonal relationship concerns, mindfulness, and trauma and recovery. In her personal life, she is an avid reader, runner, knitter, hiker, and explorer of Portland and its surrounding areas.
Kristin Nick, MS, Staff Counselor, Practicum II
Kristin is a doctoral student in the School of Professional Psychology at Pacific University. She did her undergraduate work in psychology at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay and earned a master’s degree in clinical psychology at Pacific University. Kristin strives to create a therapeutic environment where her clients feel supported and validated while dealing with difficult situations. Some areas of clinical interest are ways to cope with anxiety/depression, trauma resolution, life transitions, and grief and loss. Outside of work, she enjoys hiking, reading, crafting, and watching football.
Hundley Suber, MS, Staff Counselor, Practicum II
Hundley is a doctoral candidate at the School of Professional Psychology at Pacific University. Her undergraduate degree in psychology was earned at Florida State University. Her research and clinical interests include building healthy relationships, change and life transitions, eating disorders and body image, anxiety and depression, and self-esteem. Hundley's therapeutic approach includes attending to feelings, family history, life experiences, and current stressors - and how each of these contributes to the issues bringing one to counseling.
Trisha Doan, Clinic Coordinator
Trisha joined the staff of the Counseling Center in June 2006. She holds a Bachelors of Art degree in Psychology from Linfield College. Trisha has extensive experience in both human resources and customer service and enjoys working with both the students and staff here at Pacific University.