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Kel Lee Cutrell, Psy.D.

Title: Associate Director Counseling Services
Phone: 678-717-3660

Office: Student Center 115, Gainesville
Areas of Expertise: Suicide prevention and Interpersonal Neurobiology


Dr. Cutrell joined the University of North Georgia in September 2012 and became the Associate Director of Student Counseling on the Gainesville campus in August of 2014. She has an additional 10 years of college counseling experience prior to UNG and she worked in community mental health and mental health hospitals for 10 years prior to that.  She earned her Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Applied Psychology from Georgia College. Dr. Cutrell earned her Doctorate of Psychology from Southern California University. She is also an alumnus of Gainesville College and is a published author. Dr. Cutrell is a Certified Interpersonal Neurobiologist, College and University Suicide Prevention Specialist, is Certified in Animal Assisted Psychotherapy, and is a Certified Biofeedback Practitioner. Dr. Cutrell works from an Interpersonal Neurobiological perspective. Although Dr. Cutrell enjoys working with a wide variety of client problems, her main areas of interest include relationship concerns, suicidology, and mood disorders. 

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