Dr. Yu Lee is the founder of Concierge Mental Health, a practice which provides direct support and connections to a local network of highly skilled mental health providers who offer evidence-based services including individual and couples therapy, neuropsychological assessments, creative workshops, and educational seminars. This practice serves individuals, groups, and organizations with tools for facilitating individual, relational, familial, and communal healing, growth, and wellbeing. Dr. Yu Lee draws from over 20 years of international public health research and university teaching experience to support adult individuals and couples experiencing a wide range of cognitive, emotional, behavioral, and relational concerns. Her education and training are in multicultural counseling, public health, and biostatistics, and her professional experience spans the fields of journalism, counseling, residential care management, health promotion, and undergraduate/graduate instruction, with contributions including the planning, delivering, and evaluation of workshops, health initiatives, group activities, and interventions for individuals and groups disadvantaged by poverty, domestic violence, physical/psychological abuse, disability, isolation, and homelessness. While her academic scholarship has primarily focused on multicultural perceptions and treatment of stigmatized health behaviors, she has also produced research on human emotions, eating behaviors, obesity, substance use, cognitive health, memory, and statistical science. Her publications have appeared in journals of public health, social and behavioral health, and statistical education, as well as a reference text on substance and behavioral addictions published by the Cambridge University Press. On the subjects of her publications, she has presented to academic, clinical, and industry audiences in multiple countries in North America, Western Europe, East Asia, and the Middle East.