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About Our Clinicians

Elsa Lee, Ph.D.

Licensed Psychologist

Dr. Lee has a uniquely integrative background in counseling and clinical neuropsychology. She has over a decade of clinical experience working in community mental health clinics, hospitals, and schools in NYC. She completed an internship in clinical psychology at New York University Langone Medical Center Rusk Rehabilitation Institute. She then pursued a postdoctoral fellowship in clinical neuropsychology and rehabilitation research at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, specializing in the evaluation and neurorehabilitation of individuals diagnosed with neurological disorders. Dr. Lee adopts a lifespan approach (ages 5+) in her practice, and conducts neuropsychological and psychoeducational assessments, cognitive remediation, and psychotherapy. She is an adjunct faculty at New York University and the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. 


Dr. Lee is also fluent in Chinese (Mandarin and Cantonese) and is adept at providing culturally-appropriate interventions.


Ph.D. New York University

M.A. Teachers College, Columbia University

Ed.M. Teachers College, Columbia University

B.A. University of Virginia

Maram Alshanbari

Counseling Associate

Ms. Alshanbari is a masters-level counseling associate who works closely with Dr. Lee. Ms. Alshanbari has experience working with children, family and adults presenting with a wide range of clinical and neurodevelopmental disorders. She is committed to providing evidence-based treatment such as Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy. She specializes in treatment for anxiety, depression, and substance use. She is bilingual and has professional proficiency in Arabic.


M.Sc. Long Island University

Jenny Park
Counseling Intern

Ms. Park is a masters-level counseling intern who has experience working with clients who are 4 and above. She has been trained to conduct both brief and long-term psychotherapy. Her primary treatment approach is Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy. She is bilingual and has professional proficiency in Korean and has conversational fluency in American Sign Language. At her free time, she actively volunteers at camps and had served in leadership position at the Global Medical Missions Alliance.


M.Sc. (in progress) Long Island University

B.Sc. Binghamton University

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