Mina Driver-Nguyen, PhD

(Psychologist, National Facilitator Team)

Dr. Nguyen-Driver is a licensed psychologist and has been practicing for over 18 years. She currently works at the Oregon Health & Science University in the Hemophilia Center as the child and family psychologist. Dr. Nguyen-Driver consults, diagnoses, case manages, and treats psychological and psychosocial issues that results from living with a bleeding disorder. In addition, she has been part of the PEP program for the past 8 years. Most notably, Dr. Nguyen-Driver spearheaded the development of PEP2, a program designed for parents with adolescent young adults. Dr. Nguyen-Driver is passionate about the PEP program because she has seen caregivers transform into confident, engaging, and supportive families.