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Therapy & Counseling | North Station, Boston, MA
Dr. Anna Yerang Lee provides individual and group therapy to adolescents, emerging adults, and adults. Her treatment approach is integrative which includes cognitive behavioral, humanistic, and feminist theories. Her focus on building a safe, trusting, and collaborative therapeutic relationship can help establish treatment plans and goals that feel authentic, meaningful, and empowering for you.
Dr. Lee will work with you by exploring your intersecting identities and your past/current familial and interpersonal relationships, practicing coping skills (e.g., cognitive behavioral and dialectical behavioral skills), and deepening an understanding of your thoughts, feelings, needs, and authentic self. She has special interest in working with adolescents, emerging adults, and adults with marginalized identities including race, ethnicity, abilities/disabilities, gender, sexuality, religion, and socioeconomic status. She is Korean and can speak Korean with clients who prefer to speak the language.
Dr. Lee received her doctoral degree in Counseling Psychology from Boston University and her master’s degree in Mental Health Counseling from Boston College. She completed her APA-accredited internship at Counseling, Health, & Wellness at Suffolk University and postdoctoral fellowship at University Counseling Services at Boston College. Dr. Lee has clinical experience in various places, such as college counseling, school-based services, a specialized clinic for anxiety and related disorders, community mental health, and inpatient settings.