Linda Hatzenbhuler

Member - at - large

I retired from Idaho State University (ISU) three years ago following a forty-year career there. For thirty of those years, I served as an administrator of the health-related programs. I began as Dean of Health-Related Professions in 1986 and retired as Associate Vice-president of Health Sciences in December 2016. During my career at ISU there was exceptional growth in the number of health-related professional programs offered and the programs were expanded to a campus in the Boise area (Meridian). 

Since retiring from ISU, I have continued to practice my profession, Clinical Psychology. The focus of my practice is in Forensics. I conduct various types of evaluations on individuals who are involved in some type of legal situation, usually criminal. I am board certified in forensic psychology by the American Board of Professional Psychology (ABPP).  In addition to my practice, I am active on several community boards and committees. I am the current chair of the Idaho Council on Suicide Prevention, and I am a member of the Department of Health and Welfare Board and the local, Region VI Behavioral Health Board. I also serve on the JRM Foundation Board and the Idaho Hometown Hero selection committee.

My husband of fifty years and I have three children and three grandchildren.  In my spare time, I enjoy doing creative things, especially renovating old, badly kept houses!