Ph.D. – University of Houston, Counseling Psychology
M.S. – Georgia State University, Community Counseling
B.A. – Georgia State University, English
Post-doctoral Fellowship in Psychology – Georgia Institute of Technology
Doctoral Internship in Psychology – University of Georgia
Theoretical Orientation: Relational Cultural
Clinical and research interests: Cross-cultural counseling, trauma, university mental health
Jill Lee-Barber is the associate vice president for Student Health and Wellness, providing leadership for integrated health services which includes the Counseling Center, Access and Accommodations Center, the Student Health Clinics, Student Health Promotion, Student Nutrition, Student Victim Assistance and Recreational Services. Dr. Barber is passionate about health equity and making high-quality services accessible and relevant to a diverse population of university students.
During her tenure, Dr. Barber has increased the availability of health and counseling services by innovating data-driven service delivery models. Dr. Barber has held a number of leadership roles nationally, including American Psychological Association Division 17 vice-president for professional practice, chair for the section for University Counseling Centers, chair for the section for LGBTI, as well as co-chair for the 2019 National Multicultural Summit.
Dr. Barber’s professional roles have included: associate director at Georgia Tech Counseling Center, assistant director at University of Georgia CAPS and senior director of Psychological and Health Services at Georgia State University.