UH PhD Student
Sana Flynn (they/them/theirs) is a 5th year student in the Counseling Psychology PhD program at the University of Houston and member of the Exploring Non-binary Barriers to Intervention and Enhancing Services (ENBIES) lab within CORE. Their research focus is non-binary people, identity concealment, and gender minority stress. Their clinical work is centered on college students and LGBTQ mental health. In their free time, Sana enjoys spending time with their spouse and dogs, and doing art projects.