• Attachment Issues

  • Identity Development

  • Internalized Oppression

  • Multi-racial/cultural Identities

  • Trauma

Areas of Interest:

  • Anxiety

  • Depression

  • Family of Origin

  • Gender Identity

  • Grief & Loss

  • Interracial Relationships

  • Life Transitions

  • Sexual Orientation

  • Transplants


  • Individuals

  • Couples

Courtney Lee-Wolfe, MA, LMHCA

Mental Health Counselor


About Me

"be easy. take your time. you are coming home. to yourself." - naayirah waheed

Stories are powerful. From the time we are born, we instinctively learn how to make meaning from the stories and messages we’ve been given. Sometimes, we internalize narratives about who we are and where we are from or who our community is, that have profound impact on our mental health. Seeking therapy is a courageous step toward gaining language to tell these stories for ourselves. It would be an honor to enter with you into your story and work together to reclaim truth.

Our work together will be collaborative, nonjudgmental and spacious in holding all parts of you. Anything you bring to therapy is open for exploration. Together, my hope is to explore what has shaped you and how that has impacted the way you relate to others—what has hurt you, what breaks your heart, what amazes you and what gives you life. I believe that therapy should be a safe space for disruption, stirring and messiness to arise. With that said, our work together will not be easy, but it will be healing.

My approach to therapy is rooted in social justice and informed by relational psychodynamic work. I am also influenced by many other modalities such as attachment theory, multicultural counseling, family systems, narrative therapy, and mindfulness. I am interested in working with individuals and couples in a wide variety of areas including, but not limited to issues of oppression, identity development, interracial relationships, relational conflict, depression, anxiety, trauma, vocational discernment and major life transitions.

Education and Training

I graduated with a Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology at The Seattle School of Theology and Psychology in April 2019. In this program, I have attained 300+ hours of practicum and supervision experience. In addition, I have completed an internship and worked at Mend Seattle, gaining 1000+ hours working with adults and couples from various backgrounds. I have been primarily trained in a relational psychodynamic approach and an intersectional feminist lens. I am a Licensed Mental Health Counselor Associate (#MC60949329).

Fees & Contact Info

Please call for more information about fees and to schedule an initial appointment.

p: 206.588.5323


Beacon Hill - 4501 15th Ave S Suite #102 Seattle, WA 98108