Dr. Yuen is a Licensed Psychologist and Clinical Director at Lonestar Psychological Services and provides psychological evaluations and psychotherapeutic services to all age groups. Dr. Yuen specializes in the areas of: abuse, trauma, death and dying, chronic pain and disease, aging, and identity issues. He works with children, adolescents, adults and seniors in a variety of treatment settings including crisis shelters, penitentiaries, hospitals, residential treatment centers, assisted living facilities, and nursing homes. Dr. Yuen strongly believes in a multidisciplinary, integrative approach to evaluation and treatment, in order to tailor these services to the individual and to maximize the effectiveness of any intervention. Dr. Yuen has an extensive history of doing research, working with, and advocating for traditionally marginalized, disadvantaged and underserved peoples of all ages in his clinical work as a psychologist. Dr. Yuen also applies his strong level of cultural competency at the public policy level. Dr. Yuen currently serves the community as a City Commissioner for the City of Austin on the Asian American Quality of Life Advisory Commission, a KLRU-TV Community Advisory Board Member, Travis County Model Court on Disproportionality Lead Member, and a County Commissioner for the Travis County Central Health Board of Managers. Dr. Yuen is also an active Professor of Psychology at the collegiate level and an active conference speaker on issues of mental health, diversity, identity and bullying. Over the years, Dr. Yuen's excellence in scholarship has earned him a number of prestigious awards, including the Manuel Teurel Award, Heckler Fellowship, Dana Award, Okada Memorial Prize, Tanaka Fellowship, ACM Research Scholarship and a Ford-Mellon Foundation Fellowship. Dr. Yuen has also taught and guest lectured at numerous colleges and universities, including the Carleton College, Southern Illinois University and the Loyola University. Dr. Yuen is a Licensed Psychologist in the State of Texas. He graduated cum laude from Carleton College with a B.A. in Psychology, his M.A. in Clinical Psychology from Southern Illinois University, graduating Phi Beta Kappa, and his Ph.D. in Applied Psychology from Loyola University in Chicago.