KaLynn Terrell, M.A., Practicum Intern

KaLynn (she/her) earned her Master’s of Art in Counseling Psychology from Texas Woman’s University. Currently, KaLynn is pursuing a Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology from Texas Woman’s University.

KaLynn has experience providing group and individual therapy to emerging adulthood, graduate level, and veteran student populations within a university counseling setting. When working with clients, KaLynn uses relational-cultural and person-centered theoretical approaches rooted in a feminist-multicultural framework.

KaLynn believes the therapeutic relationship should be safe, affirming, and collaborative. KaLynn aims to provide a tailored therapeutic experience to each client to honor the client’s context, goals, and intersectional experiences. KaLynn believes that centering the client’s experience is of utmost importance and works to empower clients to live authentically, advocate for themselves, and to express their needs.

KaLynn is passionate about working with Black women, students, and folx experiencing anxiety or going through life transitions.

Outside of her clinical work, you can find KaLynn trying new recipes, plant shopping, or completing a new DIY project. KaLynn is eager to work with new clients and help them meet their goals!

Supervised by Dr. Karen McDowell.