different view points,
new perceptives
a new path to
old challenges.  
Eastern Psychological Services

Our psychologist Joseph Lee earned his Master of Art Degree in the
U.S. He has been licensed by the Board of Psychology of Minnesota
and practicing psychology in Minnesota since 1982. Through his thirty
plus years of practice he develops proficiency in many therapeutic
techniques, yet he does not lose his rich eastern heritages: eastern
philosophy, perspective of life, eastern holistic, dualistic style of
thinking, respect for equilibrium and, the natural force of healing
within the mental health system. Sometimes, his eastern prospective
bring a new horizon to his patients.
Joseph Lee thank you for visiting his web site, whether you come to
visit him or not, he wishes you well.


Preventing Burnout by Understanding and
Cultivating the Proper Use of Ki in the
Therapeutic Process
at The Conference: Bring Wisdom and Practice
to Life and Our Work : Application for us and
those we serve
 
on November 11-12 2005 at  Radisson Hotel and
Conference Center, Plymouth MN Sponsored by
Minnesota Psychological Association.

Developing Cultural Specificity in
Comprehensive Mental Health Assessments:
integrating Culture, Race and Ethnicity.
 
Sponsored by MN DHS-CMH, La Familia and
Specialty Providers Network at Wider
Foundation St. Paul MN on February 25, 2005

Providing Treatment to Diverse Populations
Practical and Ethical Issues
Panelist at the MPA President’s Conference
sponsored by Minnesota Psychological
Association on October 8, 2004 at Bloomington
MN ( Minnesota Psychological Association
annual conferene)

Cultural Competence in Correctional Settings
Mental Health in Correctional Environments
at 2004 Mental Health in Corrections
Consortium Symposium
at Kansas City on April
20 2004

Developing Cultural Competency Providers  At
the Training Institutes on Developing Local
System of Care through Family Involvement
and Cultural Competence
at Georgetown University  Child Development
Center, Washington D.C. from July 10-14, 2002

Cultural Competence in Children Mental
Health Care
 
A video conference at Department of Human
Services, St. Paul, MN in March ,2001

Mental Wellness and Mental Exercises: Mental
Wellness exercises: Muscle Relaxation, Yoga,
Tai Chi and Meditation
at Minnesota Correctional Facility at Oak Park
Height and Stillwater staff training department
for all staff. Sept.2000 to May 2001

Mental Health and Postures: Centering
At Navarro Chiropractic and Wieber Physical
therapy Clinic, Faribault MN on October 12,1999

Anger Management Program in Correctional
Settings:
presented at Sixth Annual Mental
Health in Corrections Symposium in Kansas
City, Missouri in 1996

Discipline:
at third Annual Statewide Children Mental Health
conference at Brooklyn Park MN on May 31,
1995 sponsored by Department of Human
Services MN

Culture Differences
presented at the Workshop on Culture Diversity  
at Correctional Facility at Stillwater, Stillwater,
MN on October 18, 1993 and January 11,1994

The use of Language and Tone: the
conference on Meeting Challenges in the 90's, at
Faribault Regional Treatment Center, Faribault,
MN on October 18,1991

Mental health and Tai Chi exercise; at Art
Center, Faribault MN Sept, 1989





Breathing and Depression June 6, 1990
Faribault Daily News        
Befriend with your symptoms. November
21,1991 Faribault Daily News


Identity Development of Immigrant Youth
at MACMH’s 2005 Child & Adolescent
Mental Health Conference at Duluth
Entertainment Convention Center, Duluth,
Minnesota on April 11, 2005 (MACMH
Minnesota Association for Children’s Mental
Health )

Developing Cultural Specificity in
Comprehensive Mental Health
Assessments: integrating Culture, Race and
Ethnicity.
 
Sponsored by MN Department of Human
Services,Children Mental Health Division, La
Familia and Specialty Providers Network at
Kelly Inn, St. Cloud on March 24, 2005 )

Assessing Domestic Abuse and Anger
Problems
at the Harvesting Opportunities creating
recipes for success:  Community Mental
Health Annual Conference Sponsored by MN
Association of Community Mental Health
Program, Inc. at Madden Resort and
Conference Center, Brainerd, MN on
September 29, 2004

Cross Cultural Encounter and ethnicity
identity Development at Mental Health of
Immigrants and Refugees:
 2004 ESL and
Bilingual Education Conference Sponsored
by MN Department of Education at Civil
Center St. Paul, MN on May 12 2004

Asian student in Academia
At the breaking Barriers III Conference
University of  St. Thomas, St Paul, MN on
1/23/2004

Cultural Competence
at Minnesota Psychological Association
Annual Conference 2002, St Paul, MN
Cultural Competence in Children Mental
Health Care at Department of Human
Services, Social Service training at Kelly Inn
St. Cloud on April 19,2001

Cultural Competence in Children Mental
Health Care
at Rice County Mental Health
Services, Faribault, MN at January 26,2001

The principles of Neutralizing Destructive
Forces: Physical and psychological forces
presented at Seventh Annual Mental Health in
Corrections Symposium in Kansas City,
Missouri in 1997

Anger Management Program in
Correctional Settings:
Presented at Minnesota Corrections
Association Fall Training Institute, Minnesota
in 1995

Mental health and Tai Chi exercise
MN correctional Facility at Stillwater MN,
1994

From Culture Shock to integration
at A Taste of Diversity conference; School
district in-service training at Faribault, MN,
on Feb 17, 1992

Adjustments and transition in life cycle
presented at Chinese Senior Citizens Society,
Minneapolis MN, Sept 14,1991



Transference and counter-transference
between teachers and students  in a prison
setting
Correction education Association Newsletter
Spring 1998

I was a regular contributor to a Wellness
newsletter while I was working Faribault
Regional Treatment Center.
Presentations and publications:
By
Joseph Lee, Master of Arts
Licensed Psychologist
Publication: