Jeff A. Lee, PhD is a licensed clinical and forensic psychologist in Washington (PY 60229346) and Oregon (2242).
I am trained in both scientist-practitioner and scholar-practitioner models from which I provide empirically and theoretically informed assessments, consultation, and psychotherapy. My primary focus is forensic evaluations including violence risk, sex offender, parenting capacity, competency, insanity, and mental state evaluations for both adolescents and adults. I adhere to national, state, and empirical literature guidelines when conducting, conceptualizing, writing, and testifying. I began conducting sex offender evaluations during my second semester in graduate school, my dissertation addresses when to trust self-reported symptoms from the severely mentally ill and my graduate internship specialized in parental risk assessments and the treatment thereof. My background consists of both treatment and assessment of infants, children, adolescents, and adults in individual, family, couple, and group treatment modalities. Although I have experience in treating many different psychological concerns, I have specialized training and experience in group therapy, sex offender treatment (adult/adolescent), and substance addiction treatment (adult/adolescent). I work closely with community services such as judges, attorneys, probation officers, DSHS/DHS case workers, school administrators, physicians, teachers, mental health professionals, and clergy.
Areas of forensic specialties include the assessment of violent offenders, sex offenders (incest, rape, pedophilia, child pornography, treatment completion, and variance of risk), severely mentally ill, parental risk, substance abuse, and domestic violence. He is certified in administering the Static-99R, Stable-2007, and Acute-2007 and utilizes the PPG when appropriate.