Yunjin Lee, Psy.D.
- Postdoctoral Fellowship, The University of Rhode Island, Counseling Center
- Predoctoral Internship, Virginia Tech, Cook Counseling Center
- Psy.D. in Counseling Psychology, Springfield College
- M.S. in Art Therapy, Springfield College
- B.A. in Christian Counseling, Korean Baptist Theological University
Areas of Interest:
I am clinically interested in working with students with a wide variety of clinical concerns and am particularly interested in helping students who struggle with depression, anxiety, interpersonal issue, stress management, and adjustments and transitions, and in understanding how experiences of marginalization and intercultural experiences impact identity formation and mental health among emerging adults as well as international students. In the therapy room, I strive to create a multiculturally inclusive, collaborative, and empowering relationship. My approach to treatment is integrative, informed by interpersonal, psychodynamic, cognitive-behavioral theoretical perspectives, and mindfulness.
Regarding multicultural interests, I am committed to diversity, multicultural issues, and social justice especially associated with privilege, race, power, and racial identities. I am also interested in working with international students with various concerns such as transitions, psychosocial adjustments, culture and reverse culture shock, intercultural sensitivity. I have challenged myself to provide a space where my racial and ethnic majority clients could also engage in such discussion when necessary. Further, I take a similar approach when working with other domains of diversity such as religion and spirituality. I am fluent in English and Korean and experienced in providing bi-lingual and Korean counseling.
If you could say it in words, there would be no reason to paint. -Edward Hopper
Rejoice with those who rejoice, weep with those who weep. -Romans 12:15 ESV
At Baylor Since: August 2021