Lee Robertson, BA

Lee Robertson, BA


PhD Student

Lee Robertson is a 2nd year clinical psychology PhD student at Florida State University (FSU). They study suicide, minority stress and resilience, treatment outcome disparities, and measure development, with specific focuses on LGBTQ+ individuals, people of color, and incarcerated individuals. Lee has presented their research on transgender mental health at several national conferences. They have also volunteered as a lobbyist with Equality Florida at the Florida state legislature, represented graduate students internally on the FSU Psychology Department’s Diversity Committee and the Committee for Diversity in Clinical Science, and worked on the executive board for the graduate assistant labor union at FSU. Prior to graduate school, Lee studied psychology and philosophy at Vanderbilt University, where they graduated as one of the 2021 recipients of the Vanderbilt Office of LGBTQI Life's Advocate of the Year Award. Lee can be contacted at [email protected].

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