Pei-Yi Lin

Associate Director for Training and Psychologist

LU 320  Phone: 765-285-1736  

Counseling Center

Pei-Yi Lin, PhD, is a staff psychologist, originally from Taiwan. She earned her doctorate in Counseling Psychology from the University of Kentucky in 2009, after completing her internship training at the Ball State University Counseling Center, Her theoretical orientation is primarily a feminist-social justice perspective with experiential interventions (e.g., expressive art therapy and psychodrama). She also has gained about 700 hours in psychodrama training and studied expressive art therapy. Her clinical interests include sexual assault trauma, violence against women, international students' issues, eating disorders, gender/women's issues and social justice interventions. She also provides training and supervision in the areas of diversity/social justice-oriented outreach, direct services, expressive art therapy, and psychodramatic interventions.