Erin Kaszynski
Assistant Professor of Counselor Education

Gerber 221



Dr. Erin Kaszynski, LPC, received a Ph.D. in Counselor Education and Supervision from Texas A&M University-Commerce with an emphasis on multicultural counseling (2021); a Masters of Education in Counseling with a focus on Community Counseling from the University of North Texas (2014); and a Bachelor of Arts in Art from Austin College in Sherman, Texas (2002). She is a licensed professional counselor in Texas. 

She has experience in community agencies as a clinician, clinical supervisor, and administrator. She has also worked as a counselor and clinical helper in residential inpatient and outpatient, field-based, higher education, private practice, and middle/high school settings. She has served as a mental health educator and trainer across the North Texas region to increase mental health awareness and strengthen intervention skills of clinical and non-clinical individuals. She also has engaged in advocacy for marginalized populations.


Research Interests

Clinical supervision

Trauma-informed practice and organizations

Pedagogy in counselor education

Ethical issues in counseling

Multicultural competency

Mental health concerns in emerging adulthood


Professional Organizations

American Counseling Association

Association of Counseling Education and Supervision

Texas Counseling Association


Personal Interests

Dr. Kaszynski likes to spend her free time playing with her dogs, painting and art-making, watching movies and documentaries, practicing mindfulness, enjoying food with friends and family, attending comedy shows and live music, and traveling.