Lee is an Associate Licensed Counselor (#C3910A) and is currently working toward obtaining his LPC under the supervision of Lynne Kilgore (#2005). He obtained his Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Birmingham-Southern College and his Master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Jacksonville State University.
Lee has experience working with teens with substance use issues, as well as children and adolescents from ages 3-16. He has experience working with children with ADHD and behavioral issues and loves working with those who are on the spectrum of Autism, having a brother on the spectrum himself. He loves incorporating play therapy with children and young people, as well as utilizing elements from cognitive-behavioral therapy, person-centered therapy, and using positive and strength-based therapy. Lee believes that there are no “bad kids” and that every person has unique trauma and experiences that contribute to a variety of issues like anxiety, depression, anger, and aggression. Lee strives to create an accepting and safe atmosphere to help clients and parents problem solve and make meaningful change that brings about wellness. His hobbies include playing tennis, spending time with friends, traveling, playing video games, and watching scary movies.