Erin Haugen, PhD, LP, CMPC, is a licensed clinical psychologist and sport psychologist in Grand Forks, ND. She is passionate about sport performance, athlete mental health, interprofessional practice, and professional well-being. Her enthusiastic, approachable, and practical style are assets when helping others.
Dr. Haugen has a PhD in clinical psychology and is a Certified Mental Performance Consultant (CMPC) through the Association for Applied Sport Psychology. She completed her pre-doctoral internship at River Valley Services/Connecticut Valley Hospital in Middletown, CT and post-doctoral residency at the University of California, Davis Medical Center in Sacramento, CA. She works with athletes from over 20 different sports from recreational to elite (Olympic and professional) levels and specializes in working with collegiate student-athletes.
Dr. Haugen is employed at Assessment and Therapy Associates of Grand Forks (ATAGF), PLLC. She is also an adjunct faculty member in the Department of Psychology at the University of North Dakota and faculty member at Altru Family Medicine Residency. She teaches sports medicine fellows from family medicine and physical therapy as well as athletic training students. She provides consultation and mentorship for individuals interested in enhancing their work with athletes or pursuing the CMPC credential. She is also past-president of the North Dakota State Board of Psychologist Examiners (NDSBPE).
Dr. Haugen writes about clinical and sport psychology frequently. She authored 5 peer-reviewed research publications, 2 book chapters, and over 25 national and international conference presentations. Her commentary has been featured in Bustle, Reader's Digest, Triathlete, and Runner's World.
Sub-specialties: Sport psychology, athlete mental health, women in sports, female athletes
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Runner's World [01-27-17]