Klein, Kelly

June 19, 2018 by

Kelly is a rising fourth year student at the Pennsylvania State University. She is pursuing a B.S degree in Psychology with a Focus in the Life Sciences, as well as a minor in Rehabilitation and Human Services (RHS). She was born and raised in Great Falls, Virginia (right outside of D.C), she is ecstatic about the Caps becoming the Stanley Cup champions! After returning from a Spring semester study abroad program in Florence, Italy she began interning at the Center for Behavioral Health and Technology for the Summer of 2018.

Having had experience working as a teacher’s assistant in a Social Psychology course, as well as experience working as a research assistant in a Social Psychology research lab, she intends to narrow down her interests and shift to a more refined focus in Clinical Psychology. She is excited to explore new research opportunities and projects here, at CBHT, while gaining experience in patient interaction, internet intervention technologies, and literature review research. Outside of CBHT, Kelly serves as the Public Relations Vice President of the Psi Chi National Honor Society chapter at Penn State University. Also, in the upcoming Fall semester she will begin working as a research assistant in a lab focused in personality, psychopathology, and psychotherapy research. In the approaching months, she will be working through and completing her applications for graduate school programs in the field of Clinical Psychology.