Psy.D., Clinical Psychology, Biola University

M.A., Clinical Psychology, Biola University

B.A., Philosophy/Theology, Point Loma University

Hired in 2017

Dr. Kristen White is a clinical psychologist. She has worked in a variety of settings, including community mental health, a college counseling center, and private practice. She enjoys working with adults related to personal growth, mood disorders, and spiritual issues on an individual level. She has worked with all ages for one-on-one, couples, family, and group counseling. She identifies as an assimilative integrationist with a psychodynamic backbone. Kristen has taught at three other Christian universities in Southern California and was previously the Director of Clinical Training at one of them. She is passionate about spreading therapeutic tools and information beyond the therapy office and classroom. Kristen loves the authentic, deep-thinking, family-oriented, and Christ-following faculty along with the engaged, hard-working, fun, and capable students at Multnomah. She loves the deep commitment to Christ and his Word, balanced by a deep commitment to accepting a diversity of opinions and people.

Kristen is married with three young kids and she enjoys hiking, playing games, gardening, and reading books.


Faculty Headshot Kristen White

Selected Publications

  • Frederick, T., & White, K. M. (2015). Mindfulness, Christian devotion meditation, surrender, and worry. Mental Health, Religion, and Culture, 18(10), 850-858. doi:10.1080/13674676.2015.1107892
  • High Places Wellness, Inc. (Producer). (2013). Diet free forever [DVD].
  • White, K. M. (2011). R u red-e 4 conflict? Speaking human in the digital age. Orange, CA: Triumphant Heart International.
  • White, K. M. (2013). Diet free forever. Chino, CA: High Places Wellness, Inc.
  • White, K. M. (2013). Holistic success: How to dance through life with the abandon of a child and skill of a master. Newport Beach, CA: CreateSpace.