Are you feeling overwhelmed and anxious? Are you beginning to see relationship patterns in your life that are not what you expected? Are you coping with stress in unhealthy ways? I help overwhelmed couples and individuals who find themselves experiencing pain and oppression in their relationship and individual paths find understanding an a voice through empowerment and insight, bringing hope for change.
Sometimes, relational barriers can manifest in dysfunctional ways, such as depression, anxiety, shame or addiction. As your therapist, we can work together to find your voice by learning the language of boundaries and connection and unraveling the relational dynamics around you so you can truly see others and be seen.
I understand the issues of culture, and what it feels like to feel “other” than those around you. In my past as a domestic violence social worker and in ministry also understand the complexities power and relationships. I am passionate about working with clients who want to explore their story and walk toward greater life change. As I meet my clients, I aspire to bring all of myself into the therapy room, as I create a safe environment for clients to come just as they are. I value how our experiences and environment has shaped us, as hope to foster healthier patterns of relating and being.
Eunice Lee received her MS in Marriage and Family Therapy from Fuller Theological Seminary. She has worked with a variety of populations, including survivors of trauma and domestic violence, those struggling with substance abuse, and adolescents in the court system. Together with her husband, Eunice also partners with organizations ministering to the Asian-American community, providing education on the intersection of mental/emotional health, faith and culture, along with addressing issues such as family of origin, co-dependency, and maladaptive coping.
Eunice is a Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, IMF82177, under the supervision of Curtis Miller, PsyD, DMin, MFT MFC 31636.