Lee has been working in the field of mental health and addiction since 2006. He completed a BA Honours degree in Psychology, followed by a Masters degree in Addiction Psychology and Counselling in London. He supports clients with mental health and addiction challenges as a therapist, recovery coach, sober companion and live-in counsellor.
Lee has many years of international experience working with individuals and facilitating therapy and psycho-educational groups across a variety of treatment and therapeutic settings in Europe, Africa and Asia. Lee’s extensive experience has influenced his philosophy and approach to work with others which are based on four pillars: honesty, compassion, hope and action. With these in place, clients are able to identify their issues, move through their blocks and achieve their personal and professional goals. Lee is passionate about working collaboratively with people with addiction and mental health challenges, empowering them to gain their freedom and enhance their well-being.