Dr. Margaret Lee is a licensed clinical psychologist with more than 20 years of clinical experience, most recently at UC Davis, as the embedded psychologist at the School of Law. She earned a Psy.D degree in Clinical Psychology from AIU/San Diego in 2001 and has been licensed in California since 2005. Dr. Lee has worked in community mental health, where she was a Program Supervisor for the Union of Pan Asian Communities, and Clinical Director for Survivors of Torture, International in San Diego. She has also served as a Clinical Supervisor for more than 40 mental health trainees in both inpatient and outpatient facilities of Community Research Foundation, and taught muliticultural counseling as an adjunct instructor at AIU/San Diego from 2005 to 2013. She specializes in trauma/anxiety, adult ADHD, and working with diverse client populations, including immigrants, refugees, and asylum seekers from around the world, as well as BIPOC, LGBTQIA+, and first-generation college students at the University of California (San Diego and Davis). In her private practice, she provided psychological evaluations for immigration cases, served as an expert witness in immigration court and trained other mental health practitioners in providing these services.
Dr. Lee has served on the California Psychological Association’s Immigration Task Force, as well as the Board of Directors for the Sacramento Valley Psychological Association and San Diego Psychological Association. She identifies as Asian American, an immigrant and a first-generation college graduate. She is a mindfulness meditation practitioner, a fiber artist, and animal lover, and enjoys food and travel.
- Immigrant families
- Psy.D. in Clinical Psychology, Alliant International University, San Diego, 2001