Beth Kebschull, LCSW is assistant director of counseling and mental health directing crisis services and clinical assistant professor of psychiatry and the behavioral sciences at Keck School of Medicine. Kebschull earned her Master of Social Work degree at California State University, Long Beach. She joined USC Student Health in 2007.
As a therapist, Kebschull specializes in crisis intervention, traumatic event postvention, threat assessment, personality disorders, treatment of anxiety and depression, and issues of identity, with a particular interest in Dialectical Behavioral Therapy and short-term dynamic therapies. She is a member of the National Association of Social Work and the American College Health Association.
Her pronouns are she, her, hers.