Dr. Waller is an associate clinical professor in the MU Department of Psychological Sciences participating in direct clinical care, clinical supervision, teaching, and department and community service. As such she provides evidence-based assessment and treatment for a wide-range of mental health concerns to clients of the MU Psychological Services Clinic, where she also provides supervision to clinical psychology doctoral students completing practicum. Additionally, Dr. Waller teaches clinically-relevant undergraduate and graduate courses at MU and is dedicated to supporting students at all levels of their training. She is actively involved in multiple department and community service roles, including serving on the Clinical Area's Diversity Enhancement Committee and Clinic Executive Committee as well as on the board of the Rainbow House Children's Emergency Shelter and Regional Child Advocacy Center.
Dr. Waller is strongly committed to the active pursuit of diversity and inclusion efforts and continuing education in each of these aspects of her professional identity. She affirms the rights of all individuals to live free of discrimination and to receive culturally-appropriate training and care, regardless of their age, culture, disability, gender, gender identity, military background, national origin, race/ethnicity, religious beliefs/affiliation, sexual orientation, socioeconomic status, and other diverse identities.