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Joseph Lee, Psy.D., Clinical Director
Dr. Joseph Lee, a licensed clinical psychologist, with over a decade of experience treating OCD and Anxiety Disorders. He is passionate about learning the story of each of his clients and offers a warm invitation and connection to enrich a shared sense of purpose while collaboratively strategizing solutions to overcome challenges. An ardent believer in mindfulness, Dr. Lee frequently engages in activities that promote self-awareness of the present moment.


Dr. Lee received specialized post-graduate training treating complex cases at the Westwood Institute for Anxiety Disorders. His previous clinical settings include an integrated community health center, medical centers, schools, specialty treatment centers, and private practices. His areas of expertise include severe anxiety disorders, obsessive-compulsive disorders, social anxiety, mental and performance coaching, trauma, depression, substance use disorders, interpersonal growth, stress management, and collaborative primary care.


Dr. Lee earned his Doctorate and Master’s degrees in Psychology as well as his Master's of Divinity degree at Fuller Theological Seminary in Pasadena, CA, and his Bachelor's degree from Wheaton College in Wheaton, IL.


Kelly, Clinical Administrator

Kelly has a background in health care, teaching, research, and non-profit work. She currently sees patients of her own part-time and enjoys helping Dr. Lee with administrative tasks in her spare time. In the past, she has taught graduate students at UC Berkeley, conducted research for Google and Verily, and ran a missionary non-profit that provides free health care in third world countries and domestically.


She enjoys working with patient of all ages, but especially children who are struggling with anxiety or who are on the autistic spectrum. For that reason, she is in the process of training Mandu, pictured to the left.


Mandu, dumpling in Korean, is a young pup that was recently adopted and is still learning how to get over his own social anxiety. The goal is for him to become a service dog for patients that struggle with any forms of anxiety, stress, or depression.

Mandu can't wait to meet you and be of service!

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