Lee Bard II

MS, LPC Counselor

Lee Bard II

MS, LPC Counselor

Identities & Language

  • Cis Man
  • Gay
  • Queer
  • Demisexual
  • White
  • Spiritual
  • Language: English

Education & License

Lee earned his bachelors in Psychological Science from Ball State University and a masters in Counseling from Villanova University. Since his time at BSU, Lee has worked in various capacities within collegiate mental health and views it as an area of specialty. Lee is currently licensed as an LPC in Pennsylvania and is awaiting independent licensure in Arizona.

CAPS Service Teams

  • Counseling

Role at CAPS

Lee is a general counselor at CAPS providing primarily individual counseling and outreach. In addition to this, Lee is identified as a staff member who will provide gender affirming care services and other GSRM/LGBTQ+ identity based care.

Specialty Populations

  • LGBTQIAAP+
  • QT+BIPOC

Specialty Areas

  • Academic Concerns
  • Anxiety
  • Career Counseling
  • Codependency
  • Coping Skills
  • Depression
  • Emotional Disturbance
  • Family Conflict/Family of Origin
  • Gender Identity concerns or Gender Dysphoria
  • Grief
  • Life Transitions
  • Men's Issues
  • Peer Relationships
  • Performance and Test Anxiety
  • Poly/Kink/Sex Work
  • Racial Identity
  • Relationship Issues
  • Self-Esteem
  • Sexual Orientation Concerns
  • Sleep or Insomnia
  • Social Anxiety
  • Stress

    Treatment Approach

    • Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)
    • Attachment-Based
    • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
    • Compassion-Based
    • Dialectical Behavior Therapy
    • Eclectic
    • Emotion-Focused
    • Existential
    • Feminist Therapy
    • Humanistic
    • Interpersonal 
    • Mindfulness
    • Motivational Interviewing
    • Narrative
    • Positive Psychology
    • Psychodynamic
    • Reality Therapy
    • Relational-Cultural Therapy
    • Solution-Focused
    • Somatic
    • Strengths-Based

      Payment & Insurance Options

      • Fee for Service
      • Campus Care
      • United Student Health Insurance

      Professional Interests

      Lee currently serves as the secretary of the American College Counseling Association (ACCA) and considers collegiate counseling an area of specialization and acknowledges the unique challenges of this stage of life. As a queer mental health professional, Lee is committed to providing affirming and informed care and creating space for individuals who identify on the LGBTQ+/GSRM spectrums to receive the highest quality of care.

      Lee believes in an integrated care approach that emphasizes holistic wellness in an effort to improve mental health. Lee believes in examining the larger systems that affect us as individuals and using the relationship he creates with his clients as a mechanism for success.

      Personal Interests

      Lee is a certified spin instructor and enjoys teaching cycling, spending time with friends and family, and is either making a mess in his kitchen trying new recipes or finding new restaurants to enjoy.


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