Dr. Felicia KS Lee
Psy.D. Clinical Psychologist
Felicia is a full member of the American Psychological Association. She has completed a Professional Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from the California School of Professional Psychology, Alliant International University.
She believes every individual has unique strengths and talents to overcome challenging issues and to flourish. She is committed to facilitating a nurturing environment for her clients and students where insight, healing and growth can take place.
Areas of Expertise
Counselling & Psychotherapy
Felicia leads the Dialectical Behavioral Therapy Skills Training program and specializes in the treatment of anxiety, panic attacks, depression, PTSD and borderline personality disorder. Integrating the mindfulness and emotion regulation aspects of DBT and the DBT Prolonged Exposure protocol, she has helped adults, adolescents to take control of their thoughts, emotions, and behavior and learn to live with and overcome the impact of traumatic experiences on their lives and reach their goals.
She has worked across a variety of settings including community health services, psychiatry clinic, universities, boarding school and corporate sectors. She has experience in working with clients across a wide range of issues including depression, anxiety disorders and personality issues, including children experiencing anxiety, attentional and behavioral challenges. She takes a compassion-focused and mindfulness-based approach and utilizes an integrative and holistic approach to therapy.
Felicia is a Certified Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) Master Coach and uses coaching for a variety of purposes with her clients, including short-term, focused support relating to career and life transition planning; specific leadership challenges; ongoing strategic leadership support and development.
Felicia's research interest is in the relationship between attention and mindfulness, the attention network, attention control and positive aspects of boredom, as well as intercultural psychology.
Felicia K.S. Lee, Diane C. Zelman (2018) Boredom proneness as a predictor of depression, anxiety and stress: The moderating effect of dispositional mindfulness, Personality and Individual Differences 146, 68-75. doi: 10.1016/j.paid.2019.04.001.
Psychotherapy & Coaching
Adult (Individual) Therapy
Felicia provides client-centered and evidenced based psychological therapies to clients for commonly experienced mental health issues including:
grief related conditions;
borderline personality disorder; and
life transition planning;
specific leadership challenges;
strategic leadership support and development.
For children and adolescents who may experience the following challenges, Felicia will work collaboratively with family members to gain a full understanding of the difficulties and determine the most effective childhood developmental and therapeutic interventions.
anxiety, including separation anxiety and OCD;
challenges with attention;
coping with family such as divorce and loss;
depression and mood difficulties; and
low self-esteem /self-confidence.
This may involve one-to-one sessions with children or adolescents; sessions where parents attend with their child; family sessions; or group sessions where children or adolescents and families with similar concerns work together to find the most appropriate and effective solutions.
Assessment & Diagnostic Services
Autistic Spectrum Disorders (ASD)
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
For those who wish to receive therapy and/or assessment and diagnostic services but have financial difficulties, we are willing to consider a reduction of fees on a sliding-scale.
Mindfulness Training for the Youth
This is an 8-10 week mindfulness training method specially designed to be used with children and adolescents at school, in private practices, in hospitals and clinics. It is an evidence-based course based on Dr. Jon Kabat-Zinn’s eight-week Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction program. The course is tailored to four different age groups from aged 5-18. Activities include breathing exercises, singing and story sharing as well as yoga postures.
Dialectic Behavioral Therapy Skills Training
12/F Wesleyan House, 271 Queen's Road East, Wan Chai, Hong Kong (Wanchai MTR Exit D)
Rm1702A, Causeway Bay Comm Bldg., 1-13 Sugar Street, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong.
Tel: 2520-4933 / 9225-3835