Kevin Tarlow Bio
As an A&M doctoral candidate and Aggie graduate (Class of ’09), it is my privilege to help students achieve their personal and academic goals by providing mental health support through counseling. When I’m not enjoying my professional work, I enjoy running, baking, and spending time with friends and family.
PhD Candidate, Counseling Psychology, Texas A&M University
EdM, Counseling Psychology, Columbia University (2011)
MA, Counseling Psychology, Columbia University (2011)
BS, Psychology, Texas A&M University (2009)
Student Counseling Service, Texas A&M University
Areas of Special Interest:
Men and masculinity, gender identity, racial/cultural identity, relationship concerns, psychological change processes, teaching and training
Psychological researchers have found that disruptions to our relationships with others often cause more distress than other types of concerns. For this reason, I often take an interpersonal-process approach to therapy. This means that I may ask you questions about how your counseling-related concerns (stress, anxiety, depression, etc.) impact your current relationships, and we may even talk about how those concerns affect the counseling process. I have found this approach to therapy often leads clients to powerful insights about themselves and how they relate to others.