D. John Lee, Ph.D., recently joined Our Lady of Peace clinical team in Lewiston. He provides behavior health support to the residents with a focus on improving quality of life while utilizing organic interventions.
Lee is a licensed psychologist working for CHE Behavioral Health Services. CHE provides psychological services to residents of a variety of assisted-living and residential care facilities.
Lee has served as senior psychologist and employee assistance program coordinator at New Mexico State University’s Aggie Health and Wellness Center, and the coordinator of the Multi-Ethnic Counseling Center Alliance (MECCA) at Michigan State University’s Counseling Center. Lee provided crisis intervention, individual and group therapy, supervision, consultation, psychoeducation, outreach to marginalized populations. He also facilitated doctoral seminars on culturally competent and racially responsive assessment and treatment for the centers’ APA-approved internships in professional and integrated health service psychology. He has worked in private practice, outpatient clinics and university counseling centers for 22 years.
Lee has degrees from the University of British Columbia, Western Washington University, and Kansas State University. He has edited five books and contributed several articles to professional and scholarly journals.
Lee was born and raised in Vancouver, Canada and now lives in Buffalo.
“Dr. Lee is the missing piece to our Behavioral Health Services,” said Jonathan Hart, executive director. “We are excited to have him join the Our Lady of Peace team. His experiences assisting seniors on their journey toward wellness and addressing multicultural concerns will benefit our community!”