Grace Lee, LSWAIC

Description of Counselor/Practice

My practice is rooted in social justice principles, acknowledging how different oppressive systems and “-isms” impact your mental health and wellness. I work from a client-centered and strength-based framework and believe that you are the expert in your own journey. My role as a therapist is to walk alongside you in this journey and to provide you with tools to work towards your goals for our time together. I hope to build a collaborative, trusting and gentle space where you feel safe and free to be your most authentic self. My approach to clinical practice is eclectic, drawing from different modalities that sparks curiosity and connection while fitting your needs and how you process. I have experience and enjoy working with teens (16+) and young adults, folx who identify as Asian American or folx from an immigrant background. I also have experience and enjoy working with individuals around Racial & Ethnic Identity Development, Stress & Anxiety during Life Transitions, Trauma or issues arising from your family of origin, Healing from Intergenerational and historical trauma and Kinship care, caring for younger family members & parentification




Ethnicities Counselor Identifies As
(or has Ethnic Minority Mental Health Specialist designation in)


Languages Counseling Provided In
(in addition to English)


(trained in / integrates into counseling)


Client Types


Client Ages

Adults Age:19-64
Teens Age:13-18

Insurance Accepted



None listed

Organization: Paradox Therapy

College: University of Washington

Degree: Master of Social Work

Year Graduated: 2022

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