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Libby Lee

Libby Lee


10 years of experience
Solution oriented

Hello! Thanks for visiting my profile. My name is Libby, and I'm a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist with over a decade of experience working with adolescents and adults representing some of the most vulnerable populations. Preference for individual/adults. As a Black female therapist, and on my mental wellness journey, I recognize the huge stigma connected to addressing mental health treatment in Black and Brown communities. Several barriers contribute to the gap in mental health care, including a lack of cultural representation among providers, an overwhelming sense of fear of sharing personal history with a stranger and being stigmatized by family or friends. The biggest obstacle is silence! Unfortunately, many are suffering alone, giving way to unhealthy generational patterns, like anxiety, depression, and PTSD (to name a few). My goal is to interrupt these negative patterns by creating space for healing and rewriting your story.

What can clients expect to take away from sessions with you?

Starting with a new therapist can be a bit anxiety provoking, if you are new to therapy or even if you have participated in therapy in the past.  I work to provide a safe and confidential space for you to speak openly about your challenges, to find clarity, and gain insight, so that you can make informed choices for your future.

Explain to clients what areas you feel are your biggest strengths.

I know that I am walking in my purpose as a therapist.

About Libby Lee

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My treatment methods

Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)

CBT is based on the concept that your thoughts, feelings, physical sensations and actions are interconnected, and that negative thoughts and feelings can trap you in a negative cycle.


Attachment based therapy aims to help people address and resolve past traumas and attachment wounds that stem from childhood.

Internal Family Systems (IFS)

IFS therapy focuses on enhancing ability to attend to difficult and distressing internal experiences (i.e. “vulnerable parts”) mindfully and with self-compassion (i.e. from the Self), in order to increase capacity to successfully “be with” or tolerate and process trauma.