Heather Lee is a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker in Providence, RI specializing in anxiety, depression, trauma, relationships, and stress management. As a per diem therapist at Brown University Counseling and Psychological Services, she has extensive knowledge of the challenges of finding independence in emerging adulthood. She supports adolescents and young adults as they navigate identity formation, heal past traumas, and transition to adult relationships with family members and peers. She also has expertise in helping clients recover from developmental or complex childhood trauma.
Heather highly values a holistic, mind-body approach to therapy, incorporating mindfulness, exercise, and diet for optimal personal and physical well-being. She also draws from skills-based approaches including Cognitive Behavioral therapy (CBT) and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), and offers a trauma-informed approach to care.
Heather sees individuals over the age of 13 including families and parents. She is committed to providing a warm and welcoming environment to help her clients feel more present and make healthier, more productive choices.