Services offered by Dr. Lee
Lee Psychological Services assist clients with issues ranging from chemical dependency to mood disorders and HIV. Clients come to LPS for professional and compassionate guidance in creating the most appropriate treatment plan for their success.
We specialize in Family Violence Counseling, Trauma Services, and Sex and Relationship Addiction.
Chemical Dependency Treatment
The substance abuse treatment program, has been designed to treat substance as a disease of a chronic, relapsing nature. Although this disease cannot not be cured, we teach that it can be controlled, and that abstinence from alcohol and drug use is basic to maintaining recovery.
Lee Psychological Services emphasizes the client's overall responsibility for recovery. Through the consistent use of cognitive-behavioral therapy, relapse prevention techniques,and 12-step support groups, the client is able to make healthy decisions and regain control of his or her life.
Family Violence Counseling
moMENtum provides primary treatment (education/counseling services) for male individuals who have admitted to committing acts of domestic violence or have been convicted of criminal offenses against a current or former adult family member or intimate partner.
Sex Addiction Recovery Program
At Lee Psychological Services, we believe that sex addiction must be addressed within the context of the individual’s total spiritual, emotional, psychological and physiological well being. The clinical picture is often complicated by mood or anxiety disorders, trauma, grief and loss, substance dependence, or eating disorders.
Our Sex Addiction Recovery Program ( S.A.R.P.) creates treatment plans addressing all the relevant needs and personal goals.
What Is Sex Addiction?
People addicted to sex get a sense of euphoria from it that seems to go beyond that reported by most people. The sexual experience is not about intimacy. Addicts use sexual activity to seek pleasure, avoid unpleasant feelings or respond to outside stressors. This is similar to how an alcoholic uses alcohol. In both instances, any reward gained from the experience soon gives way to guilt, shame, remorse and promises to change.