Jocelyn Lee is a Mental Health Counselor and graduate of Columbia University. She holds double master’s degrees in Mental Health Counseling and Clinical Psychology, with a concentration in Spirituality, Mind, and Body practices. Jocelyn specializes in holistic approaches to healing.
Having grown up in multiple countries in Asia before moving to the United States, Jocelyn is well-acquainted with the challenges associated with Cultural Identity, Relationship Issues, and Family Conflict. She offers culturally sensitive psychotherapy to Children, Adolescents, Adults, Couples, and Families. Jocelyn also has experience working with individuals from diverse ages and backgrounds, addressing challenges like Anxiety, Trauma, Depression, Body Image Concerns, Stress, Self-Esteem Issues, Relationship Issues, Cultural Identity, Eating Disorders, Family Issues, Phobias, and ADHD.
Jocelyn personalizes her treatment plans based on individual needs, values, and experiences to support her clients through their healing, personal growth, and life goals. While utilizing holistic modalities such as meditation and breathwork, Jocelyn integrates multiple evidence-based modalities, such as Person-Centered, Mindfulness, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy (REBT), Psychodynamic, and Positive Psychology. She is passionate about empowering you to be an active agent in understanding yourself better and having the capacity for self-discovery and change.
- Permit: New York
- Treats: Individuals, Couples, Families
- Ages: 5 yrs old & above
- Languages: English & Mandarin
- Rate: $150 per Individual session, $175 per Couples session, $175 per Family session