MY QUALIFICATIONS

Education and Experience

Board Certification/Special Training:


Licensed Clinical Pediatric Psychologist (CO4500)


Board Certified Pediatric Biofeedback Provider (B6570)


Completed advanced training in Pediatric Hypnosis at National Pediatric Hypnosis Training Institute (NPHTI)


Education: 

Post graduate program: Fairleigh Dickinson University, Clinical Psychopharmacology, MS (APA-Accredited)


Pepperdine University, Clinical Psychology, Psy.D. (APA-Accredited)


Pepperdine University, Clinical psychology, MA


University of California Los Angeles, Psychology, BA 


Clinical Experiences:

Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children, Rocky Mountain Pediatric OrthoONE Center for Concussion, Pediatric Concussion Psychologist


Presbyterian St. Luke’s Hospital, Colorado Blood Cancer Institute, Oncology Psychologist


Didi Hirsch Community Mental Health Center - Suicide Prevention Center, Clinical Supervisor


Clinical Training:

Children’s Hospital Colorado, Pediatric Hematology/Oncology/Bone Marrow Transplant, Post-doctoral Fellowship


Children’s Hospital Colorado, Pediatric Rehabilitation Psychology, Pre-doctoral Internship


Loma Linda University Medical Center, Pediatric Inpatient Consultation/Liaison and Neuropsychological Evaluation, Clinical Extern


Children’s Hospital Orange County, Pediatric Inpatient Feeding Disorder Program, Clinical Extern


Children’s Hospital Orange County, Pediatric Neuropsychological Testing, Clinical Extern


University of California Irvine, Pediatric Neuropsychological Testing, Clinical Extern



Publications:


Lee, J., Szabo, M., Supree, A., & Yen, H. (2019). Digestive/excretion system. In A. Wachholtz (Ed.), Clinical health psychology: Integrating medical information for improved treatment outcomes (pp. 55-76). San Diego, CA: Cognella.


Lee, J., Wachholtz, A., Shieh, B. S., & Tees, M. (2019). Cancer-related pain. In A. K. Maikovich-Fong (Ed.), Handbook of psychosocial interventions for chronic pain: An evidence-based guide (pp. 216-238). New York, NY: Routledge.  


Lee, J., DeBruhl, P., McCall, J., Deaton, J., & Murray, I. (2018). CLIMB parent group treatment manual. Denver, CO: The Children’s Treehouse Foundation.


Lee, J., Vincent, N., & Zeltzer, L. (2014). Integrative medicine strategies in treating long-term cancer survivors. In G. Mucci & L. Torno (Eds.), Handbook of long term care of the childhood cancer survivor, (pp 419-466). Los Angeles, CA: Springer.


Lee, J. (2013). Japanese Expatriate Youth and Developing Peer Relationships in the U.S. Schools. ProQuest, Dissertations Publishing.

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