Dr. Angela Lee Psy.D.
I am a licensed clinical psychologist with licenses in Texas and Georgia. I primarily see adults (ages 18+) for individual therapy treating a wide range of concerns: trauma, grief & loss, mood disorders, depression, anxiety, life transitions, relational difficulties, women’s issues, stress management, and identity formation. I have experience working in different clinical settings, including private practice, community mental health clinics, university counseling centers, forensic treatment programs, and school-based systems.
I also provide comprehensive psychological evaluations and diagnostic assessments for individuals across the lifespan (ages 6+) clarifying questions related to attention (i.e., ADHD), learning/academic difficulties, executive function, personality, and emotional challenges.
*I am currently not providing any ADHD and academic evaluations at this time.*
Languages: English and Korean
I believe that we are made to be relational beings longing to be understood, known, and
accepted. I still remember what one of my supervisors had said during graduate school: “If every person in this world had at least one person to deeply talk to, depression would not exist.”
Though there are many nuances to depression, I still hold onto this insight that relationships are so important to our physical, emotional, psychological, and spiritual health. Therefore, I conceptualize from a relational approach where the therapeutic relationship is a part of the healing process.
Though we may share similar experiences with others, I also believe that each person is made to be different from every other person on this earth. My philosophy for caring for my clients is that they each bring a unique set of beliefs, values, and perspectives that may reflect the way that they navigate the workplace, community, and home. For this reason, I strive to employ my clinical decisions based on individual needs and backgrounds. In practice, I utilize a client- centered approach combined with other evidence-based interventions stemming from solution-focused, CBT, DBT, ACT, mindfulness, psychodynamic, and attachment-based orientations.
$150-$175 per 50-minute therapy session
$500-$2000 per psychological evaluation (depending on the case)
I currently do not take any insurance. I will provide any necessary documents for insurance claims submissions. Please check your out-of-network reimbursement benefits.
B.A., Human Development at University of California, San Diego
M.A., Clinical Psychology at Rosemead School of Psychology (Biola University)
Psy.D., Clinical Psychology at Rosemead School of Psychology (Biola University)
Psychology Internship at San Bernardino County Department of Behavioral Health
Postdoctoral Residency at Lakewood Wellness Partners (Private Practice)
Psychology Licenses: Texas and Georgia
American Psychological Association (APA)