Eunwoo Lee, LMSW,
Ph.D. Candidate

“My goal is that everyone who works with me leaves feeling freer to chart their own course and transform.”
Therapist Eunwoo Lee
Professional Biography

Specialize in Depression, Anxiety, PTSD, Bereavement

  • Ph.D., (ABD) University at Albany – SUNY
  • M.S.W., University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
  • B.A., Chungbuk National University
  • Eunwoo is a licensed social worker, and a supervisor at the Albany office. She received her Master’s in
    Social Work from University of Michigan, Ann Arbor with a concentration of interpersonal practice and mental health. As a part of the MSW program, she earned her clinical training at the Women’s Center of
    Southeastern Michigan. Eunwoo is currently pursuing a doctoral degree in social work at University at Albany, SUNY. She is fluent in Korean and English.

    Orientation/clinical interests/specialties

    Eunwoo has experiences working with individuals who suffer from depression, anxiety, PTSD, bereavement, and relationship issues. She uses Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), motivational interviewing, relaxation techniques, and crisis intervention depending on the client’s needs and goals. Impacted by social work values and philosophies, Eunwoo’s approaches to counseling is based on person-in-environment perspectives, in which a therapist understands the client’s problems holistically in the light of their cultural and environmental contexts. She also uses a strength-based approach, collaborating with clients and empowering them to acknowledge their internal strengths and resilience to get through their difficulties.

    Personal Interests

    When she’s not working, Eunwoo enjoys listening to music. She would choose any genre depending on her mood of the day, but her favorites are old K-pop and original soundtracks of movies or TV shows. She also loves to be in nature, so she would spend some weekends hiking/ trekking in mountains or going to watch the sunset.

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    What to expect on a first session

    • Confidentiality Discussion: The therapist will explain the principles of confidentiality, ensuring you understand the limits and exceptions to privacy in therapy.
    • Background Information: Expect to share some background information, including your reasons for seeking therapy, relevant personal history, and any immediate concerns or challenges.
    • Therapist’s Approach: The therapist will discuss their therapeutic approach and methods, providing you with an understanding of how they work and what to expect from the process.
    • Goal Setting: Together with the therapist, you will explore and set realistic goals for therapy, outlining what you hope to achieve or work on during your sessions.
    • Discussion of Expectations: There will be an opportunity for you to discuss your expectations for therapy, including frequency of sessions, preferred communication styles, and any concerns you may have.
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