Kellie Mullin earned her BS in Cognitive Science at UCLA. While in college, she gained experience providing one-on-one support in a variety of contexts. As a peer mentor in Wazo Connect and at Jazz Hands for Autism, Kellie provided a safe space for individuals to discuss obstacles they were facing, and use the SMART system to achieve goals. As a Resilience Peer with the STAND Program, Kellie had the opportunity to help individuals with depression and anxiety integrate CBT skills into their daily lives. Seeing her peers use evidence-based methods to improve their mental health, and benefitting from implementing CBT skills in her own life, solidified Kellie’s desire to pursue a career in mental health. She finds helping people problem-solve on their journey to improved mental health to be uniquely fulfilling, and is dedicated to assisting RFC’s patients as they work through their anxiety. Kellie is supervised by Dr. Jennifer Lynch, Psy.D. (PSY30626).