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Hyunji "Hannah" Lee Ed.M, Doctoral Candidate

I am passionate about servicing immigrant individuals and families, creating positive youth development, and empowering individuals and groups towards relational and psychological health. I am committed to seeing healing, restoration, and growth for my clients.

Languages: Korean and English

My Story

I am  currently pursuing a Ph.D in Counseling Psychology at Georgia State University and have a M.Ed in Prevention Science and Practice from the Harvard Graduate School of Education. I have completed practicum rotations at  the counseling centers of Georgia Tech  and Georgia State University, as well as the Atlanta VA Medical Center. I use both Korean and English to provide support for adult and students in a variety of settings such as on university campus, at church, and within the community. 

The following are topics that she addresses with clients:

  • Anxiety

  • Depression

  • Perfectionism

  • Stress related to transitioning to the US

  • Self-esteem and self-efficacy

  • Parent-child conflicts

  • Ethnic and cultural identity

  • Stress management

  • Relationship conflicts

  • Personal growth

  • Life Transitions


  • Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D Candidate) in Counseling Psychology: Georgia State
    University, GA

  •  Master of Education (M.Ed) in Prevention Science and Practice: Harvard University, MA

  •  Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in International Studies: University of Florida, FL



  • American Psychological Association

  • American Psychological Graduate Student Association

  •  Asian American Psychological Association

  •  Harvard Club of Georgia


I look forward to working with you. 

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