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I’m Dr. Kylin Lee (she/hers), a Licensed Psychologist based in Austin, TX. I have 15 years of experience in a variety of settings including community mental health, the VA, and college counseling centers.

For the past 11 years, I have been working in a college counseling center. This means that I provided individual and group therapy to a diverse population. The strength of working in college counseling is that I provided therapy to a wide variety of people, but I was also able to create systems and programming to increase the mental health and well-being of the students. I created support groups, changed procedures, and led mindfulness and psycho-educational workshops.  I began and directed a training program for Ph.D. and masters level graduate students, regularly consulted with faculty and staff, and led my team in weekly discussions of identity, inclusion, and diversity.  My time in college counseling means I am well versed in counseling the young adult, as well as competent in a variety of presenting issues including depression, anxiety, trauma, interpersonal concerns, and adjustment. 

When you work with me, you will find the space warm, collaborative, and challenging (in a good way!). I really enjoy therapy and am honored to do this work.

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I am a Licensed Psychologist (Tx# 36005) I have a Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology and a Master's in Education Psychology from Texas A&M University, I completed my internship at Colorado State University, and graduated Summa Cum Laude with a BA in Behavioral Sciences from Concordia University Texas.


It is important to me to stay current regarding counseling psychology research, social justice issues, and neurobiology. I am an LGBTQIA+ and BIPOC Ally and work hard in session to meet my clients where they are so we can create meaningful change together.
In session, you will find me warm, funny, collaborative, and gently challenging. I value the therapeutic relationship and work to earn your trust. It is from this place that we can engage in deep and transformational work.


I live in Austin with my partner and two young children. This means that a good portion of my time is spent figuring out what to have for dinner and wondering how the house is so messy. I also do non-gender stereotype things like mow the lawn.
I am active in my community, connected to my extended family and friends, and enjoy being in nature. My delight in the world and people around me shows up in my interactions, both professional and personal.

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TSBEP's guidelines on telepsychology include Board rule 465.7 requiring licensees who provide psychological services through the internet or other remote or electronic means to provide written notification of their license number and instructions on how to verify the status of a license when obtaining informed consent which can be verified using this link.

Additionally, Board rule 469.2 requires licensees providing psychological services through the internet to display an image of the Board's complaint notices in a prominent and easily accessible location on the licensee's website. The instructions about filing a complaint can be found here.

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