Kyung Hee "Kelly" Lee, LPC Associate
Supervised by Kathleen Mills, LPC-S, CEAP

A Word From Kelly

In Korean

In English

Working With Associates

In Korean

In English

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My name is Kyung Hee Lee but most of my friends, family, and clients call me "Kelly". (You may call me Kyung Hee if you prefer!) I have a special place in my heart for the Korean and Korean-American communities but please know that I also see clients from all ethnic walks of life. I see men, women and older adolescents with a special focus on the women and their children, but regardless of the road you've travelled I'd be honored to have the opportunity to see you.

I was born in S. Korea and lived there until I finished my undergrad degree in Science Education and married my husband. He was invited to pastor a church in Florida so we moved to America where I would eventually finish my advanced degree in Science and Biblical Counseling at the Dallas Theological Seminary.

My Kids Are My Focus

We have two children. My son is well into his college days at Rice University. My daughter is currently in elementary school so I'm re-learning how to parent all over again and focus my attention and family-time on her.

My Transition to Counselor

As a pastor's wife for 20 years, people came to me with their problems, their relationships, their work, and I listened. I didn't know how to help them, so I felt in the corner of my heart that this was not enough. I would pray for them, but I felt that I needed to do more to help in a more tangible and immediate way. Prayer is a powerful tool, but I wanted a more practical way to help them.

A few years ago we moved to Dallas to plant our own church which proved more difficult in the Korean community than we had anticipated. With God's grace and my family's full support and urging I've made the transition to full-time, fully credentialed counselor. I am so thrilled to now be able to "do more" for people that need help, especially my Korean and Korean-American communities!

It's Not Easy

Having marital problems, or boundary concerns with your parents? Or maybe we need to work on communication skills between you and your spouse? Children always seem to suffer the most in those situations and it may be a good idea to let them talk, too. If you've recently immigrated from Korea, getting used to the American culture and reconnecting with a new network of people that gives your life a real purpose can be overwhelming. I think I can help you with that, too. Because of my background in the church as a pastor's wife, my service for ministers and their families is especially close to my heart.  

So, whether you prefer to speak Korean or English during our time together I am happy to accommodate so you feel comfortable. I grew up in the S. Korean culture and I've spent the last 12 years learning the American way of doing things, so we can be very comfortable together no matter your background.

We Can Do This Together

I counsel from a position of weakness. I am imperfect and have my own fears but I depend totally upon God for strength and the wisdom to do this. I believe this is what he wants me to do.

And I think the three of us will do very well together. Give me a call.

Years In Practice

1

Populations Served

Adolescents (14-19)

Adults (20-65)

  • Asian-Americans
  • Korean

Languages Spoken

  • Korean
  • English

Treatments Offered

  • Christian Counseling For:
    • Individuals
    • Pastors and their Families
    • Other Church Leadership Positions
    • Missionaries and their Families
  • Anxiety/Depression
  • Life Transitions
  • Boundary Issues
  • Trauma
  • Marital Issues
  • Pre-Marital
  • Life Coach Trained

Formal Education

Bachelors of Science in Science Education, Ewha Womans University

Master of Art  in Biblical Counseling, Dallas Theological Seminary

Licensed Professional Counselor Associate

When Kelly is Available

Mondays (10AM-6PM)
Fridays (10AM-5PM)

Office Visits, $65 (50 minutes)
Virtual Visits, $90 (50 minutes)

Accepts:

  • Aetna Insurance
  • Cigna EAP
  • Cigna Insurance
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Need a Counseling Related Speaker at Your Church?

Kelly is available for presentations and meetings within the church community, especially the Korean community. For information about scheduling Kelly to speak to your church group please contact her directly at either 972-234-6634 x 324 or email her directly at kelly@LifeTreeCounseling.com. You'll be glad you did!

Schedule An Appointment

Kelly Lee sees clients at Life Tree Counseling on Mondays from 10AM until 6PM and Fridays between 10AM and 5PM. All of her appts are scheduled by contacting her directly at 972-234-6634 x324. If she doesn't pick up that means she's in session with another client. Please leave your name, a contact phone# that you check frequently, and how she can best serve you and she will call back within just a couple of hours to take care of you.

Please arrive 15 minutes early to your appointment to sign additional forms and/or, if you did not have chance to fill out the Life Tree Intake Packet. Just grab the clipboard at the window, complete the intake packet and I will be with you shortly.

Life Tree accepts cash, check, HSA cards, and all other major credit cards for these services.

Cancellation Policy

Our business is run on a finite number of business hours scheduled. We recognize that things sometime happen and you may need to cancel or reschedule an appointment. If so, please call at least 24 hrs in advance (no emails, please) and give us an opportunity to help someone else in that time slot.

Failure to cancel (24 hrs in advance) or show up for your scheduled session will constitute permission to bill you $75 for the time you scheduled.