About Us

Susie Lee, LMFT

*Accepting Select Health, EMI Health and Private Pay

I am dedicated to helping others overcome challenges in their lives and improve their overall health. I know that as individuals are given the opportunity to discover who they are and what they believe as a separate, individual self, and are able to be true to that self while still maintaining a sense of togetherness with others, they can make powerful changes to their thoughts, behaviors, and relationships. This balance of maintaining both a sense of togetherness with others and autonomy, resorts to a more healthy, balanced individual who is better equipped to handle anything life throws at them.

I use a client centered approach to build an authentic relationship in which I help you find the tools that are right for you to make the progress you want and need. I strive to focus on the needs of each individual client as there is not one single approach that works for everyone. I want to collaborate with my clients throughout treatment to ensure that therapy is moving in the direction they need. I believe that we all have the power within ourselves to heal and grow.

I’ve worked in the mental health field since 2016 and have experience with diverse populations of all ages struggling with severe and persistent mental illness, trauma, burnout, medical trauma, and grief. I use cognitive behavioral therapy,  acceptance and commitment therapy, client centered therapy, grief work and EMDR in my practice. 

As a marriage and family therapist I enjoy working with couples and families using an emotionally focused approach, as well as Bowenian therapy and Gottman therapy. Before starting my work as a therapist I worked for many years in healthcare settings, as a CNA, MA, and LPN and I find this background assists me in taking a holistic approach to healing. I am excited to be a part of the Utah Excel Psychology team and am looking forward to working with clients on their mental health.

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