Dr Jamie Lee graduated with a Doctor of Psychology (Clinical) and Bachelor of Psychology (Honours Class I). She is a member of the Singapore Psychological Society, the Australian Psychological Society and is on the Singapore Register of Psychologists.
Dr Lee conducts psychological assessments and therapy in both English and Mandarin. Prior to working in private practice, she had trained and worked at various hospitals, family service centres and voluntary welfare organisations. She employs a range of evidence-based interventions that draw on cognitive-behavioural, psychodynamic, and family systems theories. She has also pursued further training in schema therapy and emotion-focused therapy.
In sum, her clinical interests and experience lie in:
- Child and adolescent psychology
- Mood and anxiety disorders
- Grief and bereavement
- Trauma and stress-related disorders
- Management of chronic pain and health issues (e.g., IBS, fibromyalgia)
Besides clinical work, Dr Lee is involved in research and has published in the areas of dementia screening, caregiver burden and cognitive psychology. She enjoys teaching Psychology subjects at the undergraduate level and providing clinical supervision to other mental health professionals. In her spare time, she engages in community work with children and adolescents.