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Spencer Lee, LCSWA

Spencer Lee, LCSWA

Hello, I’m so glad you’re here!

My name is Spencer.

Someone once described the therapy process as walking into a hall of mirrors; you start to see different angles of yourself that you never have before, and it can be scary at times! You might see parts of yourself that you really like and want to strengthen. You might also see parts of yourself that you want to change. I believe that knowledge is power and the more we learn about ourselves, the more capable we are of making positive changes that not only benefit us but our relationships too. My approach is to empower you to work through the angles of yourself and create a life that fulfills you.

I work with clients struggling with anxiety, self-esteem, and relationship issues. I also have experience working with clients with depression, life transitions, and feelings of guilt and shame. My goal is to help you gain insight into your unique experience so that we can find solutions that work for you. I firmly stand by the belief that you have the power to overcome any challenges you face.

While working together, I provide a judgment-free, relaxed atmosphere while incorporating some humor too. Although I am trained in various therapeutic approaches, I abide by feedback-informed treatment which means I follow your lead. As I learn more about you, I find a therapeutic approach I believe will be effective; however, I believe you are the expert of your life meaning you have the ultimate say in how we work together.

Book Recommendations:

‘Saving Normal: An insider’s revolt against out-of-control psychiatric diagnosis, DSM-5, big pharma, and the medicalization of ordinary life’ by Allen Frances

‘Why Buddhism Is True’ by Robert Wright


Spencer earned her Bachelor’s degree in psychology from the University of North Carolina Wilmington in 2020. While in undergrad, Spencer gained experience working as a mental health technician at Carolina Dunes and interning with New Hanover County’s Domestic Violence Shelter. She then continued at UNCW to receive her Master’s in social work in 2022. Throughout the social work program, Spencer was an intern with Stillpoint Counseling and Wellness working with both teens and adults. She is trained in person-centered therapy, narrative therapy, and CBT. She also uses solution-focused brief therapy, solution-oriented therapy, motivational interviewing, and structural family therapy. In her free time, Spencer enjoys going to the beach, playing tennis, and watching the Great British Baking Show.

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