Kerry C. Kelso

Kerry C. Kelso

Kerry C. Kelso

Graduate Research Assistant

Clinical Psychology

Kerry is a first-year graduate student in Dr. Todd Kashdan's Well-Being Lab. Prior to attending George Mason University, she earned a Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology at Appalachian State University, where she primarily focused on intervention research targeting anxiety vulnerabilities including anxiety sensitivity, distress tolerance, and experiential avoidance. Further, she has a background in Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) which has informed both her research and clinical work. Presently, she is interested in the intersection of anxiety and ACT-relevant constructs such as experiential avoidance, psychological flexibility, meaning in life, and purpose in life.