NOK FUNG (TIGER) LEE (he/him/his)
Registered Mental Health Counselor Intern
I believe in the power of change and you should too! A person’s life is like a journey; our past experiences, current struggles, and future endeavors shape us as who we are. At times it is often helpful to reflect on our life choices and coping skills to determine the best path for ourselves. Though we are responsible for our decisions, whether they be healthy or unhealthy, we must also honor our own achievements. Together we can work towards meaningful and rewarding goals, a positive sense of self, and strong connections with whom we love.
I received my Master’s degree in Rehabilitation and Mental Health Counseling at the University of South Florida, Tampa. Additionally, I have also completed a graduate certificate in Marriage and Family Therapy. My professional experience includes working with adults in individual, couples, and group sessions. I have worked in various settings, including vocational rehabilitation, residential substance abuse treatment facilities, and homeless shelters. I utilize a combination of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), solution-focused approaches and strength-based techniques to serve a variety of clients. I strive to continually provide a safe, welcoming, and non-judgmental environment for clients of all ethnic, cultural, religious, and sexual orientations/identities.
Specializations: Men’s issues, Asian/Asian-American’s issues, self-esteem, life transitions, career exploration, addiction recovery, stress management.