- Master of Science, Occupational Therapy.University of Cumbria UK, 2014
- Sensory Integration Post Graduate Certificate. University of Southern California 2018
Lee has been working as a pediatric occupational therapist since 2015. Her strong desire to do meaningful work and passion for working with children led her to pursue clinical studies in Occupational Therapy after initially working as a biomedical scientist in the field of developmental biology. Based on her knowledge of neurobiology, she firmly believes in the power of early intervention to help children with learning and developmental needs to overcome their challenges and reach their fullest potential.
Lee has experience working with children with varied needs in both clinic and school settings. She believes in creating a fun and motivating environment for the child because they learn best when they are engaged and enjoying the learning process. She also believes in working in close partnership with parents, caregivers, teachers, and other professionals to support the child because we are all important members of the team around the child.
As an advocate of lifelong learning (both professionally and personally), Lee seeks opportunities to upgrade her skills and knowledge through professional development courses and training. Outside of work, she enjoys reading, exploring nature, and learning new things. She is currently learning to play the guitar.