Brittany Lee, M.S., LPC-Intern

Therapeutic Coach, Transition Services Program


Brittany is a Licensed Professional Counselor Intern. She earned a Masters of Arts degree in Clinical Psychology from Texas Southern University in 2014 and was issued her clinical intern license in May 2017 after two years of practicum supervision and examination.

During her tenure with Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) and Richmond State Supported Living Center (RSSLC) Brittany gained invaluable experience working with young adults and families to provide them with a variety of services such as: therapeutic counseling, case management, grief and bereavement therapy, psychosocial skills training/development, collaborative therapeutic planning, relationships and communication education, anger management interventions, and vocational coaching and assessment.

In her free time, Brittany enjoys spending time with family and friends, traveling, and playing Uno! She is excited to begin her professional journey with The Monarch School as a member of the Interdisciplinary Learning Practice Team because of the school’s dedication to providing students with neurological differences with an innovative, therapeutic educational environment. Brittany is eager to bring an effective blend of experience, expertise, clarity, concern and action to the therapeutic process in order to maximize outcomes and provide genuine healing and wholeness to the students and their families.